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LA County Federation of Labor Celebrates Second Chances
January 19, 2017
The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor kicked off Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend by celebrating 20 graduates from a reentry workforce program at their annual MLK Breakfast on Saturday, Jan 14. ... read more »
Obama, Spending Power Drives Consumer Confidence among Blacks
January 18, 2017
Despite a plethora of economic and social challenges, African-Americans remain among the most optimistic consumer groups in the nation’s economy. ... read more »
NAMAD, IHS Automotive Award Auto Brands Focused on Diversity
January 5, 2017
Anticipation Builds for Diversity Volume Leadership Awards ... read more »
Suite Four Wine Gives Millennial Women A Reason To Celebrate   
January 4, 2017
Suite Four Sparkling Wine Company Creates a Celebratory Drinking Experience for the Millennial Generation   ... read more »
 Ready…Set…Run Towards Your Dreams 
January 4, 2017
The face of ReebokONE, Andy Dooley, on the importance of writing down your goals in order to overcome setbacks and walk in your purpose.  ... read more »
Meet Kayla Griffin, Owner/Operator of the new Chick-Fil-A in Venice, CA
January 4, 2017
Growing up in Florida, Kayla Griffin was an athlete who aspired to have a career working within recreational or professional sports. ... read more »
Meet LA84 Foundation’s President/CEO Renata Simril 
January 4, 2017
LAS: With your extensive professional background throughout the civic, business, professional sports and political arenas, what interested you in leading the LA84 Foundation?  Renata Simril: I received a call from a recruiter after I resigned from the LA Times. ... read more »
South Los Angeles Supports Lucas Museum of Narrative Art
January 3, 2017
Earlier this year, Chicago snubbed the opportunity to become the home of the future Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, forcing the prolific movie director George Lucas and his wife Mellody Hobson to consider other locations, namely, Treasure Island in the Bay Area and Exposition Park in South LA. ... read more »
Junipero Serra High School Names Alumnus, Teacher, Austin Jackson ‘01, Interim Dean of Students 
January 2, 2017
Junipero Serra High School has announced that Austin Jackson ‘01 has been named Interim Dean of Students. ... read more »
Patricia Ann Talley to speak at 2017 Sun & Fun Event for Sustainable Tourism
December 29, 2016
Patricia Ann Talley, the Peace Representative in Mexico for the World Peace Prayer Society/ Peace Pals International, will be the keynote speaker at the “Sun & Fun” event for travel professionals ... read more »
Something to wine about: Ntsiki Biyela
December 29, 2016
As South Africa’s first Black female winemaker, Ntsiki Biyela is also a pioneer who continues to be inspired and to inspire others. ... read more »
Lemuel Plummer On The Major Keys To Being A Successful Young Executive 
December 28, 2016
If a TV network needs a hit show, their first call is probably to Lemuel Plummer. ... read more »
From Compton to Google Anthony Mays shares his story on how computers changed his life.
December 22, 2016
As a kid growing up in Compton, Anthony Mays thought that people like him couldn't get a job in computer science, but he is now a software engineer for the most visited site in the world, Google. ... read more »
Nursing Pioneer Linda Burnes Bolton  
December 21, 2016
Named Inaugural Recipient of James R. Klinenberg, MD, and Lynn Klinenberg Linkin Chair in Nursing  ... read more »
LAPD deputy chief William Scott named new San Francisco police chief
December 20, 2016
Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief William Scott has been named the new San Francisco police chief, officials have confirmed. ... read more »
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