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A book for People Who Love People – new communication in the community
February 2, 2023
Multi-faceted artist, Oliver Lastname transforms communication through various mediums. Oliver created “For People who Love People,” allowing different point of views to be honored and compensated; emphasizing the need for a movement that represents the value of one’s perspective. ... read more »
L.A. Sentinel Goes One-On-One with U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona
January 26, 2023
Last Friday marked two years of the Biden administration.  ... read more »
CDU’s Master of Public Health Program Continues to Attract Students
January 26, 2023
The program continues to have an impact on Black health professionals in South LA. ... read more »
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Hair is NOT a Hustle
January 26, 2023
Sisters and DreamGirls cofounders Sharie Wilson and Tonya Thompson are on a mission to debunk the stereotypes that Black people often face in regard to their hair. ... read more »
Los Angeles Leaders Gather for Screening/Discussion of Black Maternal Health with Documentary, Birthing Justice
January 24, 2023
Special Call to Action from Cousin of April Valentine Who Recently Died During Childbirth at Centinela Hospital, Mykesha Mack, RN  The political battle over women’s bodies has intensified and for good reason.  ... read more »
From Lena Horne to Beyoncé, Universal College of Beauty School produces stylists to the stars
January 19, 2023
Celebrity hairstylist Tiffanie Dixon grew up mingling with young Hollywood while attending Beverly Hills High School, but for lessons in glamour, fashion and style, she drove to the Crenshaw District, ... read more »
L.A. County and Local Organizations Urge 10 Days of Mask-Wearing
January 13, 2023
After a jump in cases and hospitalizations following the holiday break, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is joining community-based organizations in asking county residents to temporarily wear a face covering for 10 days in indoor public places to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect their friends, family, and community from an impending surge in cases. ... read more »
Aeva Beauty – Haitian-American Owned Brand Carves a Place in the Beauty Game
January 12, 2023
Francisca Francois, the CEO and founder of Aeva Beauty — a Haitian-American cosmetologist and beauty enthusiast — stepped to the plate with a determination and style that should be admired. ... read more »
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Cervical Cancer is Highly Preventable Through Vaccination and Regular Screenings  
January 12, 2023
Each year, more than 12,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer. However, cervical cancer can be largely prevented and cured if diagnosed early. ... read more »
Tips for breaking the ice with fitness and wellness
January 12, 2023
Every year people across the world make a resolution to dedicate themselves to a healthier lifestyle. ... read more »
Lose Weight and Get Healthier in the New Year 
January 5, 2023
Think of weight loss as a lifestyle change and not as a new diet since fad diets don’t really work in the long run, according to dietician Roohe Ahmed.  ... read more »
‘Unforgettable’ Stage Play Focuses on Stigma of Alzheimer’s Disease
January 5, 2023
Gdavis Productions and Films, LLC and the Alzheimer’s Association bring a free production of “Unforgettable” to Los Angeles on Saturday, January 14 at 5 p.m., at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre. ... read more »
State Launches ‘Boost Up/Stay Well’ and ‘Boost Our Health’ COVID-19 Campaigns 
December 29, 2022
The state of California has launched two campaigns designed to engage the Black and African American community by providing information about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters and opportunities to get boosted through January 2023.    ... read more »
NBA Players Find Ways to Address Mental Health Issues
December 22, 2022
In recent years, NBA players have become more transparent with their mental health issues. They have been using their stories of pain and healing to help others. ... read more »
COVID-19 Update:  What California Seniors 50+ Need to Know About Latest Vaccine    
December 22, 2022
Physicians and public health officials are raising alarms about a “tripledemic” happening as the holiday travel season approaches.  ... read more »
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