Noah is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and has lived in his apartment in Los Angeles for the past five years. He is a lawyer, rabble rouser, and co-director at LA Center for Community Law and Action (LACCLA). Together with his partner Tyler Anderson, he has helped and inspired many people within the East Los Angeles community by defending those who would otherwise not have legal defense and helping organize tenants in supporting each other’s cases and community outreach. He enjoys running and exploring the different neighborhoods of LA while fighting for housing rights on behalf of tenants across the City and County.
A bit more about LACCLA: LACCLA organizes buildings and neighborhoods in Los Angeles County and beyond to push back against the displacement of low-income residents from their communities. They also provide free legal services where necessary in support of our organizing campaigns. They seek to create an environment where lawyers, organizers, and members of the public collaborate on coherent strategies to sustain healthy, affordable, and united neighborhoods.