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GLAAACC PRESENTS WOMEN IN THE C-SUITE
November 19, 2020
“What does it mean to have a seat at the table?” was the theme for The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce’s virtual Women in the C – Suite conference on November 4.  Décor Interior Design Chief Executive Officer Ronda Jackson moderated the hour-long discussion that centered on the topics of what it takes to maintain a successful career, open doors for other women and propel the next generation of women leaders. Panelists included Sydney Kamlager, Assemblywoman, 54th District; Kim Carter, partner, Kelley Drye, LLP; Christine Keith, resident, Elite Auto Network; Tameka Raymond, founder, Cult De Jour; and Halleemah Nash, founder, Rosecrans Ventures. ... read more / view gallery »
Gov. Newsom Appoints Drake Dillard to Calif. Commission on Disability Access
November 19, 2020
This position requires Senate confirmation and the compensation is $100 per diem. ... read more »
Local Photographer, Haleigh Nickerson Sues Diesel And Terry Richardson For Stealing Her Work
November 19, 2020
The lawsuit filed in federal court alleges willful copyright infringement. ... read more »
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Dulan’s Soul Food Recognized as Best Small Business by U.S. Chamber of Commerce
November 19, 2020
Dulan’s Soul Food kitchen runs like a well-oiled machine. From sunrise to sunset, there is an ongoing preparation assembly line generated for the daily demand for the award-winning comfort food this legendary, Black-owned family restaurant has built its reputation on for decades.  ... read more »
COVID-19 Worsens Debt Collector Harassment
November 12, 2020
As the final days of the 2020 election season drew to a close, major media across the nation focused on polls and prospects for the presidential candidates. At the same time, scant news coverage reported on a development affecting 68 million consumers: debt collection regulation.  ... read more »
LADWP Provides 100,000 Grants of $500 to Support Families Severely Impacted By COVID-19
November 12, 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the reality of life. However, the true pandemic is seeing the widening gap in the quality of life, throughout underserved communities. Many Angeleno households and communities across the globe have been left vulnerable during the largest health crisis the world has seen in present day. ... read more »
L.A. Metro CEO Will Lead Biden Transit Transition Team
November 12, 2020
The teams of volunteers are responsible for evaluating the operations of the federal agencies so that the incoming administration is prepared for its first day. ... read more »
Property Tax Increase Initiative Proposition 15 Defeated
November 12, 2020
Supporters conceded defeat of a union-backed initiative that would have resulted in higher property taxes for commercial and industrial property to provide additional funding for local governments, schools and community colleges. ... read more »
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Metropolitan Board Advances Major Recycled Water Project
November 12, 2020
The purified water would initially be used for groundwater replenishment and storage, and by industrial facilities. ... read more »
Historical Barriers and Structural Inequalities Still Account for Black-White Homeownership Gap
November 12, 2020
NAREB 2020 State of Housing in Black America (SHIBA) report shows how uneven mortgage lending practices, cumulative disadvantages and COVID-19 continue to obstruct growth of Black homeownership ... read more »
Military Veterans Find Plenty of Opportunities and Camaraderie at Wells Fargo
November 5, 2020
In a recent interview with BlackPressUSA, Le Nette Rutledge, the head of Military Talent Programs at Wells Fargo, shared her perspective about being a military veteran now serving in the ranks of corporate America. ... read more »
McDonald’s hires diversity chief amid corporate turmoil
November 5, 2020
Reginald Miller will become the company's global chief diversity equity and inclusion officer on Nov. 9. ... read more »
Black Employee Alleges Hospital Pays Her Less Than Men, Latinas
November 5, 2020
A Black employee at White Memorial Medical Center is suing her employer, alleging she has consistently been paid less for doing the same work as men and Latinas. ... read more »
Natacha Buchanan Applauds ONG Industry’s Outreach to Minorities
November 5, 2020
An analysis from the American Petroleum Institute (API) revealed a mostly positive outlook for African Americans and Hispanics in the oil and natural gas industry. The 2019 study noted that, with the right policies, African Americans and Hispanics could hold 166,000 of the new oil and natural gas jobs created by this year. That represents 31 percent of the projected 525,000 new job opportunities. ... read more »
LA County, Metro and the SEED School of Los Angeles Break Ground on Massive Vermont Manchester Development
October 29, 2020
Initial Project is an innovative school that will prepare at-risk youth for college & transportation careers as second phase of development includes affordable apartments, retail stores, and more. ... read more »
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