(Sacramento) Isaac Bryan (D-Baldwin Hills) took the oath of office to serve as the Assemblymember for the 54th Assembly District following a special election. Bryan was sworn in by Speaker Anthony Rendon in a ceremony at the California State Capitol. The 54th Assembly District consists of Baldwin Hills, Cheviot Hills, the Crenshaw district, West Los Angeles, Century City, Culver City, Ladera Heights, Mar Vista, Palms, Rancho Park, Westwood and parts of South Los Angeles and Inglewood
“I’m honored to have been elected to serve the people of the 54th district in the State Assembly. I didn’t get here by myself. I carry with me the passion, the dreams and the hopes of an entire community. I am here to make our shared vision real - a world where justice is equal, where people always come first, where care is universal and small businesses thrive, a world where our planet is protected, our children have opportunity, and where nobody lives on the streets. Together, I know we can change the material conditions of life in our community.”
Bryan was the founding director of the UCLA Black Policy Project and is an organizer fighting for environmental, economic, and racial justice.
Bryan grew up as one of nine adopted children in a family of fifteen, earned a Master’s in Public Policy at UCLA and remains a proud Bruin. He lives in the Jefferson Park community of Los Angeles.