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Inglewood’s Learn4Life Center Provides Alternative Schooling for At-Risk Youth
May 21, 2020
In the center of a newly renovated strip mall in Inglewood, California, that houses a McDonald’s, a DD’s Discount and a beauty supply store, lies an inconspicuous office building, housing a remarkable resource center for students in pursuit of their high school diploma called Learn4Life. ... read more »
Baptist Ministers Conference Protest CIM Purchase of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall
May 14, 2020
Baptist Ministers Conference of Los Angeles and Southern CaliforniaLeaders of the Baptist Ministers Conference (BMC) of Los Angeles, Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), National Action Network(NAN), Los Angeles and a coalition of community groups in South Los Angeles hosted a rally to oppose the proposal by CIM group to purchase the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall. This proposal adds no value to our community and we are formally launching our petition campaign against the CIM group. ... read more »
Councilmember Harris Dawson Brings Successful Small Business Accelerator to South LA
May 14, 2020
South Los Angeles businesses are experiencing a renaissance. COVID-19 has presented obstacles and setbacks, however, our community is resilient and local leaders are leveraging every available resource to support entrepreneurs and ensure they can thrive despite this crisis. Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson has partnered with Grid110 to support emerging South LA entrepreneurs and businesses. Grid110 is an accelerator aimed at helping new entrepreneurs build and grow strong, sustainable businesses and established business owners take their ventures to the next level. ... read more »
CHANGE & SAVE WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAM SERVES MORE THAN 300 FAMILIES DURING COVID-19 SHUTDOWN
May 14, 2020
In February, West Basin Municipal Water District launched Change & Save, a water conservation program designed to assist communities in West Basin’s service area that have historically lower participation rates in water conservation programs. To date, the Change & Save program has served more than 300 households in Inglewood, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Gardena, Carson, and Lennox.  ... read more »
L.A. Metro to Require Use of Face Coverings on Metro Transit System Beginning May 11
May 7, 2020
Consistent with the countywide public health order requiring the use of face coverings in public places, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will require all transit riders to wear face coverings when using the Metro Bus and Rail system beginning Monday, May 11. ... read more »
Comerica Donates Funds to Support Brotherhood Crusade COVID-19 Outreach
May 7, 2020
These funds will directly assist with basic living, academic and household needs and assist students while they are away from their schools and the Brotherhood Crusade YouthSource Center. ... read more »
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza To Host Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Site Beginning May 6
May 7, 2020
As the City of Los Angeles expands its COVID-19 testing capacity, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza will serve as a drive-through COVID-19 testing site. ... read more »
Southwest LAPD Host Virtual Community-Police Advisory Board Meeting
May 7, 2020
Report SLO participation and Current Criminal Statistics. ... read more »
ICEF Schools Extend Meal Service to Students
April 30, 2020
Inner City Education Foundation (ICEF) Public Schools now offer free meals to children seven-days-a-week.    ... read more »
Bright Star Schools’ Stella Middle Charter Academy, with Brand-New Campus in Baldwin Village, Enrolling 5th Grade for Fall 2020 on a First-Come, First-Served Basis
April 30, 2020
Bright Star Schools, a network of nine high-performing, tuition-free charter public schools across three communities in Los Angeles — West Adams/Baldwin Village, Koreatown, and the San Fernando Valley — ... read more »
Mayor Garcetti acknowledges the disproportionate resources within underserved communities; Increased testing accessibility is the presented solution
April 29, 2020
Wednesday, April 29. The Los Angeles City Mayor reported the latest news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. The elected official acknowledged the rise in sexual violence on Denim Day; associated with that movement was the acknowledgement of growth within domestic violence cases. People are staying indoors and since then, there has been a rise in the act of domestic violence within the city. Mayor Garcetti shared the data surrounding the COVID-19 virus within the Los Angeles region. Eric Garcetti acknowledged this preexisting inequality that haunts underserved communities. These discrepancies have led to higher death rates within particular minority groups. The response presented is that the County of L.A. has ramped of testing capacity in high-density areas such as the Crenshaw Christian Center. However, the concern for future practices to close racial inequalities post pandemic continues to grow. ... read more »
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Sold; Residential Redevelopment Plan Scrapped
April 29, 2020
Developer/investment firm CIM Group announced today it has reached a deal to purchase Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza and will scrap a redevelopment plan that included a mix of residential and commercial space. ... read more »
Leimert Park Fire Damages Historic Vision Theatre
April 23, 2020
During the early morning hours on Tuesday April 21, firefighters from the Los Angeles Fire Department extinguished flames that damaged part of the historic Vision Theatre located in Leimert Park. ... read more »
Councilmember Harris Dawson Joins Labor Leaders and LA Regional Food Bank to Provide Groceries to 5,000 Families
April 23, 2020
COVID-19 has taken an immediate financial toll on the City of Los Angeles. Many families are looking for ways to make ends meet and keep food on the table. Local organizations and elected officials have hit the ground to help residents access the food and resources they need safely. Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson partnered with the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor and the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to host a drive-through food pantry for more than 5,000 South L.A. Families. ... read more »
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