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Hire L.A,’s Youth Interns Honored At DPW Bureau Of Sanitation Ceremon
August 9, 2018
HIRE L.A.’s Youth program is a six-week program that allows participants to rotate through the Bureau’s various divisions. ... read more »
Local Specialist, Dr. Lorenzo Brown Makes Patient Care a Priority 
August 9, 2018
“I’ve worked especially hard to become a respected member of the medical community,” said otolaryngologist (or ear, nose and throat specialist) Dr. Lorenzo Brown.   ... read more »
Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald Celebrates Five Years 
August 9, 2018
Arnold Donald talks record breaking career highlights in the world’s largest leisure travel company   ... read more »
Black Female Pilot Makes History in Alabama National Guard
August 2, 2018
News outlets report that 2nd Lt. Kayla Freeman of Huntsville graduated from Fort Rucker's Army Aviation School last month, following her 2016 graduation from Tuskegee University where she was enrolled in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps.  ... read more »
Inglewood Looks to Revitalize Public Transportation to Meet the Needs of the Growing City
August 2, 2018
Inglewood hopes to create public transportation linking Metro Crenshaw/ LAX Line to its new Sports and Entertainment District. ... read more »
Cal Growers, SoCal Coalition Form Alliance Aimed at Strengthening Cannabis Industry
August 2, 2018
(CalGrowers) and Southern California Coalition (SoCal Coalition) recently joined forces. Small cannabis businesses in the state, say representatives from both entities, are facing obstacles to legitimacy due to inordinate amounts of paperwork, over-taxation and over-regulation.  But in the end, they say hurting the industry on the local level, prevents opportunities to help patients as well as build local economies. ... read more »
NABJ selects Drew Berry as Executive Director 
August 2, 2018
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is pleased to announce longtime member Drew Berry as its new Executive Director.  ... read more »
Black Workers Can Win, Despite the Supreme Court’s Follies 
August 2, 2018
It’s a challenging time in the fight for racial equity and justice for anyone paying attention to the status of Black workers in America right now. It’s tiring and depressing.  ... read more »
SoCalGas Completes Major Project to Modernize Natural Gas Pipeline in the L.A. Gateway Area
August 2, 2018
$100 million investment supports safe and reliable natural gas service for homes and businesses. Project is part of a multi-billion-dollar safety enhancement program. ... read more »
Kelli Bernard approved as LAHSA Commission Chair 
August 2, 2018
Kelli Bernard has been approved unanimously by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Commission to serve as commission chair for the upcoming fiscal year. Commissioner Sarah Dusseault has been approved as the commission’s vice chair.  ... read more »
  Los Angeles County Swears in New Health Officer 
August 2, 2018
A family medicine specialist who earned his medical degree from UCLA and practiced extensively in urban and rural primary care and urgent care clinics in Northern and Southern California was sworn in today as Los Angeles County's health officer.  ... read more »
Interview with James Spooner, Vegan and Dark Skin Tattoo Specialist
July 26, 2018
Dark-skinned people can and should get a tattoo they deserve. ... read more »
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