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December 13, 2014 - Los Angeles Sentinel
Court Is Now In Session Judge Mablean Ephriam shines light on the 2014 StarQuest Singing Competition and unjust grand jury rulings
December 13, 2014
This year’s 3rd Annual StarQuest Sing­ing Competition featured some highly respected industry judges that scored a wide array of talent. One of which was Judge Mablean Ephriam, ... read more »
Local substance abuse program has been fighting for the community for over three decades
November 13, 2014
The Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Program has waged a silent battle that has been effective in educating youth and keeping them from becoming statistics The Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Program (YSAPP) based in the Avalon Carver Community Center has been a bedrock institution fighting the war against drugs for decades. ... read more »
Community Coalition Secures $3 Million Dollars from CDC for South LA Residents
November 13, 2014
Martin Luther King Jr. Park, located at 39th Street and Western Avenue, is just a small representation of a neighborhood that has seen better days.  But on November 6, ... read more »
Reverend Jesse Jackson and Rainbow PUSH Coalition Expose Lack of Diversity on the Corporate Boards of Technology Companies
November 13, 2014
The Rainbow PUSH Coalition survey shows that there are just 3 Blacks and 1 Hispanic among the 189 total board members of the 20 technology companies surveyed.  ... read more »
Troubling, Misleading Leaks ‘Inflame’ Volatile Conditions in Ferguson, Mo.
November 13, 2014
Months after the killing of Black teen Mike Brown, protests and demands have continued. In Ferguson, Mo., where unarmed Black teenager Michael Brown was shot to death by White police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. ... read more »
Community celebrates Michael Dolphin
November 13, 2014
Please join us to celebrate Michael Dolphin’s legacy to Public Service Life presents us with two valuable gifts—one is time, the other, freedom of choice; the sovereignty to accept with your time, ... read more »
Black Pollster: ‘Democrats Got their [Butt] Whipped’
November 13, 2014
Cornell Belcher Even with overwhelming support from Black voters, Democrats still lost control of the United States Senate in the midterm elections and President Barack Obama will have to compromise with the GOP-controlled Congress in order to get anything done in his last two years. ... read more »
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr Pleased with Judge Rhodes’s Confirmation of City of Detroit’s Plan of Adjustment
November 13, 2014
Kevyn Orr, the Emergency Manager for the City of Detroit (“Detroit” or the“City”), released the following statement following the announcement today that Judge Steven Rhodes of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan (“Bankruptcy Court”) has confirmed the City’s Plan of Adjustment (“Plan”). ... read more »
Lincoln Awards Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity $25,000 as Part of Divine Nine Driven to Give
November 13, 2014
The Lincoln Motor Company recently concluded its first Divine Nine Driven to Give program, designed to support local communities while teaming up with historic African-American Greek-letter groups The Lincoln Motor Company recently presented Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity with a check for $25,000 as the luxury automaker wraps up its Divine Nine Driven to Give program. ... read more »
Inglewood Public Library Hosts Inglewood’s First Veterans’ Resource Fair
November 13, 2014
Along with the Veterans Resource Fair on November 15, California Reads will also sponsor “Service”, an exhibit by the Veterans’ Art Project on display in the Main Library through November 29, ... read more »
SoLa Food Co-Op Hosts A Free High Blood Pressure Awareness Workshop in South L.A.
November 13, 2014
This workshop will provide information on ways to use physical activity, proper screenings and healthy foods to support cardiovascular well-being.  Workshop includes healthy cooking demonstrations, yoga and free blood pressure screenings  Join the South Los Angeles Food Co-Op (SoLa) on Saturday, ... read more »
Board of Supervisors Supports City of LA in Supreme Court Case
November 13, 2014
Los Angeles County is backing the city of Los Angeles in its effort to crack down on motels and hotels that are magnets for criminal activity, ... read more »
Wesson Calls for Major Election Reform in LA
November 13, 2014
In the aftermath of City elections with an abysmal turnout, the Los Angeles City Council voted 13-1 to approve the ordinance that would change the City’s primary and general election date to be held on the same dates as Federal and State elections. ... read more »
“Honoring Our Past, Celebrates Our Future”
November 13, 2014
Mama Teaching   At Sable Images, Inc. mobile exhibits, there is a hidden treasure trove, which shows a reflection of the past.  Sable Images is described as an organization devoted to discovering and promoting American history, ... read more »
South LA to Host Its First-Ever CicLAvia on December 7
November 13, 2014
Food and Cultural Highlights Abound between Leimert Park and Historic Central Avenue CicLAvia – South LA for the first time will bring America’s premier car-free event into a part of Los Angeles on Sunday, ... read more »

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