The Museum of Social Justice is located inside the historic La Plaza United Methodist Church at the doorstep of Olvera Street. Rotating art exhibits are dedicated to telling the neglected stories of the diverse people of Los Angeles. By showcasing the history of social movements from the perspective of marginalized groups, the museum inspires visitors to engage with social justice principles and advocate for change. Check out their latest exhibit "One of Us: Portraits and Personal Stories" - A project by David Blumenkrantz exploring homelessness in Los Angeles.
115 Paseo de la Plaza, LA CA 90012. Open Thursday through Sunday, 10 am to 3 pm. Free admission.