Photo Gallery

April 11, 2022
With Athletic Director Mike Bohn and VP of University Government Relations and former CA State Senator Martha Escutia.

This morning the Senator took a tour of the USC campus and the USC Athletics facilities, led by Athletic Director Mike Bohn, VP of University Government Relations Martha Escutia, and SVP of University relations Sam Garrison. The tour started at Heritage Hall which houses the University’s athletic department. Next he visited the Little Galen Dining Hall where student athletes are able to receive 3 meals a day. Next door was the John McKay Center of Academic Services where they serve 600 students with their academic needs with over 80 tutors and advisors, and touted a 92% graduation rate.

March 27, 2022
Nancy Richardson, founder of Topsail Youth Program, who has sailed on every ocean in the world

The Los Angeles Maritime Institute held their 30th Anniversary ribbon cutting ceremony in San Pedro. Senator Bradford attended and addressed the attendees and presented a certificate to celebrate the momentous occasion. The event was hosted by the Institute i in conjunction with the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce. In attendance were staff of the museum along with San Pedro Chamber members and Nancy Richardson, founder of Topsail Youth Program, who has sailed on every ocean in the world.

March 26, 2022

El Camino College hosted a “Community Walk Against Hate” event at their campus this morning in response to the ongoing concerns about local racially-motivated hate crimes against the community, particularly AAPI. Senator Bradford gave welcoming remarks as well as presented a certificate to aging Lee, the founder of ‘Seniors Fight Back’. Unified by the motto “Hate Has No Home Here” Senator Bradford walked (and even led the charge) alongside elected officials Mayor Furey, Asm. Maratsuchi and Congress Waters, with trustee members, faculty, students, and community members.

February 26, 2022
Senator Bradford and Congresswoman Maxine Waters

Senator Bradford attended the 39th Annual MLK Parade hosted by the City of Gardena. This event was a combination of the City of Gardena’s 49th annual citywide essay contest, Black History Month Afternoon in the Park, 39th Annual MLK parade and the Battle of the Bands all combined in one eventful day. Senator Bradford served as the Keynote Speaker and spoke about the importance of acknowledging Black History Month and reflecting on the past to help us guide us to a better future.

November 24, 2021

Senator Steven Bradford partnered with the Los Angeles Southwest College Foundation and the Church of Latter-day Saints, distributed over one thousand turkeys, beef roasts, and gift cards to families in need.  Senator Bradford continued this annual tradition which he started in Gardena as a City Councilmember and then as a State Assemblymember.

October 27, 2021

SEIU Local 2015 hosted a luncheon to present information to Senator Bradford and other elected officials regarding the current situation of essential frontline healthcare workers in Los Angeles County. 

September 20, 2021

Senator Bradford joins Assemblymember Gipson and community members to spread the word about the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine in high-risk areas.

August 22, 2021

The City of Gardena hosted its 18th Annual Gardena Jazz Festival, continuing the legacy for almost two decades. Senator Bradford founded the Gardena Jazz Festival, and continues to Chair the Gardena Jazz Festival Committee responsible for putting this event together. This year's setlist includes Eric Benét, Norman Brown, Keiko Matsui, Mike Phillips, and the Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center Jazz Band. To highlight the importance of getting vaccinated against COVID-19, there was a Vaccination van available to vaccinate those who chose to get vaccinated.

May 02, 2021

Senator Bradford discusses SB 796 and returning Bruce's Beach, a beachfront property unjustly stolen over 100 years ago.

March 28, 2021

Senator Bradford and local leaders representing Carson, joined the Alliance Against Asian Hate for a vigil and rally condemning the growing hate and violence against the Asian American community.