Mid-City Community Advocacy Network

Mid-City Community Advocacy Network is a community collaborative based in City Heights, a dense and diverse urban community of about 95,000 people living within a 6.5 square mile area of San Diego. Our mission is to create a safe, productive, and healthy community through collaboration, advocacy, and organizing.


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Healthier, Culturally Appropriate Food—a Crawford Celebration

Photos and story by Siham Ismail—Food and Social Justice Club and Mid-City CAN Youth Media Team “Be the change you want to see in the world.”- Mahatma Gandhi Students from the Food and Social Justice Club at Crawford High School take this phrase to heart when setting goals for the...

Sneak Peak: 2018 Boards & Commissions Training

“The training reinforces the need for low income communities of color to be on boards and commissions so issues of gentrification, affordable housing, unionized jobs, accessible healthcare don’t get lost in the developers’ agenda," commented Andrea Rocha on the upcoming Boards & Commissions Training, launching February 12th, 2018. The application...

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