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U.S. Department of Labor Provides Continued Assistance to California Counties Recovering from 2017 Wildfires
December 11, 2018
The U.S. Department of Labor announced additional incremental funding for a Disaster Recovery National Dislocated Worker Grant (DWG) to the California Department of Employment Development to assess workforce needs in response to wildfires that affected the state in October and December 2017. ... read more »
Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners Approves Modernization of Los Angeles Airport Police’s Dispatch and Record-Keeping Systems
December 7, 2018
In accordance with LAWA's strategic goal of innovating for security, efficiency and effectiveness, the new CAD and RMS system will modernize APD's dispatching and records retrieval systems, allowing the division to respond rapidly to situations with a reliable and quick connection to intelligence information and other first-responder agencies. ... read more »
Archdiocese of Los Angeles Updates List of Accused Priests
December 7, 2018
Implementation of Strict Reporting and Prevention Policies and Programs Result in Decline in Incidents and Promote Reporting of Past Misconduct Year Over Year--Out of concern for victim-survivors of abuse and in continued commitment to transparency, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles released an update to the 2004 Report to the People of God list of the names of priests who were either publicly or credibly accused of misconduct with minors. ... read more »
A New Way of Life Reentry Project Honors Social Justice Champions
December 6, 2018
L.A. agency marks 20th anniversary of helping women rebuild lives after prison ... read more »
Black Historian and Archeologist Makes A First
December 6, 2018
Anthony Browder is the first African American to lead and fund an archeological excavation project in Egypt ... read more »
Black Women, Men and HIV/AIDS: Shared Responsibility in Love, Life and Struggle
December 6, 2018
This year as we again observe the days set aside to mark and remind us of both the tragic passing and praiseworthy endurance of victims of HIV/AIDS among us, we, of necessity, continue to search for solutions, i.e., how to increase prevention, ensure treatment and care, expand education, reduce and end high risk and reckless behavior, and encourage everyone to engage in practices to save lives, promote health and secure well-being and flourishing for us all. ... read more »
Oh, the places Kyle Clark will go in his brand-new Hyundai Kona
December 6, 2018
Thanks to Hyundai and Taste of Soul 2018, Kyle-Kyson Clark is one step closer to becoming the“modernday Dr. Seuss.” The 26-year-old Florida native and children’s book author is the 2018 winner of the 2nd annual Hyundai and Taste of Soul giveaway. Clark was selected out of over 100 video submissions. The requirement was a short video clip of contestants telling Hyundai how they make LA a better place. ... read more »
Sentinel Classifieds Specialist Iris Sanford Set to Retire 
December 6, 2018
Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper staff member Iris Sanford announced she is retiring at the end of 2018. Sanford serves as the Classifieds Specialist for the Sentinel and L.A. Watts Times Newspaper. ... read more »
Black AIDS Institute Names New President & Chief Executive Officer
December 6, 2018
Longtime staffer selected from among 20 candidates after national 10-month search ... read more »
Albirther “Bertha” Frazier Lewis Turns 85!
December 6, 2018
Albirther “Bertha” Frazier Lewis will be celebrating her 85th birthday! She was born on December 19, 1933 in Mount Vernon, Alabama, where she grew up as a child and later moved to Mobile, Alabama. ... read more »
Covered California’s Open Enrollment Is off to a Solid Start as the First Key Deadline Approaches
December 4, 2018
·       More than 90,500 new consumers selected a plan through Nov. 30. ·       While plan selections are ahead of the pace set in 2016, when Covered California also delayed its marketing until after Election Day, ... read more »
AIDS HealthCare Foundation Sends Sharp Rebuke of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for World’s Aids Day Messaging
December 1, 2018
Dec 1, 2018– ...  (AHF)  once again sharply criticized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (  ...  ) after it issued a World AIDS Day message promoting HIV prevention and treatment in an email to colleagues in the community. ... read more »
Innovating against the harmful intersection of homelessness and incarceration
November 29, 2018
Nonprofit organizations like Anti-Recidivism Coalition and The Midnight Mission stand out for their forward-thinking approach to service. ... read more »
Maxine Waters Talks Obamacare Open Enrollment and Plans for 2019 as Chair of the Financial House Committee
November 29, 2018
2019 means big changes for U.S. House of Representatives and member Maxine Waters stands to be a major part of that change. ... read more »
Jackson Limousine Turkey Giveaway Continues
November 29, 2018
TyRon Jackson continues the legacy of his late father, E.J. Jackson for the holidays. ... read more »
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