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Bernard Parks Brings Illustrious Career of Service to a Close
July 2, 2015
After over 60 years of service to the residents of Los Angeles, Current City Councilmember and former Police Chief Bernard Parks is finally ready to retire   ... read more »
Diane Watson Speaks Out against Domestic Violence
July 2, 2015
The luncheon kicked off the fundraiser to develop a device that has the potential to save lives of those in abusive situations ... read more »
UCLA held White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans
July 2, 2015
Recently, President Obama created the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans originally inspired by the Brown v Board of Education decision, helps Black students to improve reading and math proficiency, high school rates, and college completion. ... read more »
Signature Gathering Approved for Bottled Water Tax Initiative
July 2, 2015
Backers of an initiative that would tax bottled water containing any water collected in California have until Dec. 21 to gather enough signatures to qualify the measure for the ballot. ... read more »
City Dedicates Brad Pye Jr. Athletic Center
July 2, 2015
Legendary sports journalist and broadcaster Brad Pye, Jr., added another honor to his long list of achievements when the City of Los Angeles named the gymnasium at Saint Andrews Recreation Center the Brad Pye, Jr., Athletic Center. ... read more »
L.A. City Council ​Recognizes Tuskegee Airmen at L.A. City Hall
July 2, 2015
L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson recognized the Tuskegee Airmen of Los Angeles during a full presentation at a recent City Council meeting ... read more »
UCLA held White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans
July 1, 2015
Black students discuss ways to improve educational outcomes for Black student achievement ... read more »
The Fourth of “You Lie”
July 1, 2015
What, to African Americans, is the 4th of July? ... read more »
“Kill A Watt” brand electricity usage monitor
July 1, 2015
Los Angeles Public Library to Loan Energy Use Monitors Partnership with LADWP Enables Users to Measure and Reduce Power Consumption ... read more »
Chris Paul and The Los Angeles Clippers Assist Compton Community Center
July 1, 2015
The Chirs Paul Foundation and the Clippers Foundation collaborated to renovate a community center in Compton. The Salvation Army Compton Corp Community Center just had a grand opening of their Read to Achieve Live, Learn and Play Center. ... read more »
Three suspects Identified for murder of 19 year old Tavin Price
July 1, 2015
Three suspects have been identified in relation to the young man who was killed of wearing red shoes ... read more »
Black Music Month, Celebrating Musical Hymns to New School Rap
July 1, 2015
Neilsen research company finds innovative ways to preserve Black music ... read more »
Candlelight Vigil Held for Robert ‘Bojangles’ Hollis
June 25, 2015
Mayor James T. Butts Announces $50,000 Reward for Crime Information ... read more »
Carson Election Causes Friction
June 25, 2015
Carson City clerk Jim Dear states that Jawane Hilton’s election to councilman was illegal and allegedly uses N-Word ... read more »
Black Leadership Divided over Vaccination Issue
June 25, 2015
Leadership within the African American community is divided over the issue of required immunizations in the State of California ... read more »
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