Becky Dennison

Los Angeles Community Action Network

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Co-Director of the Los Angeles Community Action Network, nonprofit group working to develop local leadership among low income and homeless

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For years, the powerful developer AEG has been working to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles with a  76,000-seat stadium  downtown.

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