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“Family Legacy: The Next Generation”
November 18, 2015
Following in the footsteps of one’s parents is not a new tradition, but it is becoming a lost art. For generations children have carried on the profession of their ancestors and did so with pride. ... read more »
“How Do Nonprofits Survive Today?”
November 12, 2015
Nonprofit organizations as we know them today are actually a relatively new concept. Most nonprofits grew out of grass root organizations that were fulfilling a specific need. ... read more »
Veteran’s Day for a Black Soldier
November 12, 2015
On November 11, we remember the Veterans who put their lives on the line serving our country and protecting the borders of our political interactions. Some carve the day out to barbecue and shake hands to say “thank you” to the men and women who served the country. ... read more »
Class-Action Settlement to Protect LAUSD and Compton Students from Being Assigned to `Fake’ Classes
November 12, 2015
The state Board of Education recently voted to approve a settlement in a class-action lawsuit brought on behalf of students who lost learning time because they were placed in so-called “fake” ... read more »
Afrolicious Hair Expo hits the Los Angeles Convention Center
November 11, 2015
All things afrolicious, from African hair scarves to organic beauty products, filled the room as hundreds of Black women came out the Los Angeles Convention Center to celebrate the fourth annual Afrolicious Hair Expo on Sunday, Nov. 8. ... read more »
Naturally Bare founder Deidre Gavin launches campaign to keep business alive
November 11, 2015
It’s evident that taking care of your skin is a major factor to looking healthy and refreshed. We see it all the time on television with creams and serums being used to vitalize our skin. That’s why it’s majorly important to know the ingredients in your skincare. ... read more »
“Land of Extremes”
November 5, 2015
Anyoung Haseyo which means hello in Korean. As many of you know I just returned from Korea and I had a fabulous time. Along with fourteen other colleagues, ... read more »
Summit on Educational Excellence for African Americans Held at Loyola Marymount University
November 5, 2015
President Obama’s recently approved Educational Excellence for African Americans Initiative held a summit on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at Loyola Marymount University to address issues impacting the academic success of African Americans. ... read more »
Lee, Dems Say Republican Spending Policy Unfairly Hurts Families of Color, Students
October 29, 2015
House Democrats, including California Congresswoman Barbara Lee, came to Howard University last Tuesday to dramatize how, they say, Republican-initiated federal funding policies are disproportionately hurting black and Hispanic college students, ... read more »
“Enough Is Enough Domestic Violence Must End!”
October 22, 2015
  During the month of October we acknowledge and bring awareness to several causes including Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence among others. Both of these issues hold a special place in my heart due to either personal experience and or someone close to me that has endured these trials and tribulations. ... read more »
“Passing The Torch”
October 15, 2015
We all know that death is part of life, but when it actually happens and hits our own family it can take our breath away. The older I get the more home goings I am experiencing and although I know transition comes for all of us it doesn’t make it easier. ... read more »
“It’s Good To Be A Girl: Healthy, Wealthy & Wise Conference”
October 1, 2015
Forgiving For Living, Inc., will host its 4th Annual “Healthy, Wealthy and Wise Conference,” on Saturday, October 3rd at the USC Radisson Hotel for girls between 13-18 years of age. ... read more »
“Living Victoriously: Mind, Body & Spirit”
September 25, 2015
Women Inspired Through Networking Elements Sister to Sister (W.I.T.N.E.S.S.) will host their 20th Anniversary Conference this coming Saturday at the USC Radisson Hotel. Several months back, ... read more »
September is Sickle Cell Disease Month: CDU’s Dr. Samuel Shacks Cautions Parents of Sufferers to Beat the Heat
September 18, 2015
This sweltering September heat has driven bedroom thermometers almost to 97 degrees, not to mention the humidity to 63%– numbers that Angelenos are struggling with. But what about the child with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) that is often outside playing in the sun or cooped up inside hot steamy rooms? ... read more »
“Shana Tovah: A Time For New Beginnings”
September 17, 2015
Having the opportunity to travel to Israel this past May heightened my awareness of the Jewish culture. I think it is wonderful to be exposed to other people and traditions. ... read more »
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