Community members on Thursday will get to see a screening of “The Informal Economy,” a documentary that follows four California workers, including a Long Beach truck driver, on their quest to change policies and improve their communities.

The event will take place at the Museum of Latin American Art and is hosted by KCET-TV, Long Beach Forward, Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy and The California Endowment.

The documentary is the second season of KCET’s City Rising programming. The first season focused on housing and gentrification.

This season, the documentary features truck drivers fighting misclassification in the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, said James Suazo of Long Beach Forward.

It also follows a street vendor in Boyle Heights, a farm-working family in Coachella and an organizer in Oakland fighting for jobs for formerly incarcerated people.

The event will include opening remarks at 7:30 p.m., a screening at 7:45 p.m. and a panel discussion and audience Q&A at 8:30 p.m.

The panel will include Cal State Dominguez Hills professor Vivian Price. Amardeep Gill of Our People Our Port, Tony Damico of Long Beach Fresh and Long Beach Time Exchange and Pastor Stephe “Cue” Jn-Mari of The Row Church. It will be moderated by Victor Sanchez of the Long Beach Coalition for Good Jobs and a Healthy Community.

MOLAA is located at 628 Alamitos Ave. To register for the free event, click here.

Stephanie Rivera is the community engagement editor. Reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter at @StephRivera88.