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California Lawmakers Debate Universal Health Care Proposal
January 12, 2022
Frustrated with partisan stalemates in Washington, California's overwhelmingly Democratic Legislature on Tuesday will begin debating whether to create their own universal health care system _ a move that will test how far the state's progressive politicians are willing to go to fulfill their campaign promises. ... read more »
How to Avoid New Year’s Resolution Disappointment
January 6, 2022
As millions of Americans take part in the annual tradition of making New Year’s resolutions, many will be setting unrealistic goals that are hard to attain and will set them up for disappointment. ... read more »
Starbucks Says Employees Must Get Vaccine or Test Weekly
January 4, 2022
Starbucks says its U.S. workers must be fully vaccinated by Feb. 9 or face a weekly COVID testing requirement. ... read more »
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The Alzheimer’s Association Oversees Critical Research Focusing on Race and Alzheimer’s in America
December 23, 2021
The Los Angeles Sentinel had an exclusive interview with Carl V. Hill, Ph.D., MPH, and chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer for the Alzheimer’s Association. Dr. Hill considered the work behind the study of Black Americans experiencing Alzheimer’s diseases and disproportionate treatment in healthcare. ... read more »
Mothers In Action Spreads Christmas Joy Throughout South L.A.
December 23, 2021
Mothers In Action gave toys and gift cards to more than 450 young people in South L.A. through its Angel Tree Christmas Project. Also, three daycare facilities, several families and 100 homeless individuals received a range of much-needed supplies. ... read more »
CDC Reports Shocking Increase in Autism Rates
December 23, 2021
The CDC analyzed data from 2018 and found that an estimated one in 44 children aged eight years have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in the US. ... read more »
“Reclaiming My Time”: Ed Chief Thurmond Weighs Successes, Setbacks
December 23, 2021
When Tony Thurmond, State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SSPI) was elected in 2018, he became the second African American in the office since the 1849 California Constitution established it.  ... read more »
ChristianaCare announces $500,000 in scholarships for students pursuing health fields, in partnership with HBCU Week Foundation
December 23, 2021
To strengthen and diversify the health care workforce for years to come, ChristianaCare will provide $500,000 in scholarships to 10 students in Delaware who plan to pursue degrees in health care. Administered through the HBCU Week Foundation, each scholarship will provide $12,500 per year in financial support over four years and will include a paid internship at ChristianaCare. ... read more »
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President of USC Medical Group Jehni Robinson Strives for Excellence
December 20, 2021
Keck Medicine of USC tapped Jehni Robison, MD, to become president of USC Medical Group (USC care). The Los Angeles Sentinel had an exclusive interview with the newly appointed president to discuss her role and her responsibilities. As an empowered Black woman, Robinson provided words of wisdom for the next generation to adhere to.    ... read more »
Bella Luxe Loft Boutique Gathers Black Women in Elegance, Style, and Commerce
December 16, 2021
The Little Black Dress (LBD) affair was held at the Bella Luxe Loft on Center Drive, in Los Angeles on Saturday, December 11.  The Los Angeles Sentinel’s photojournalist, E. Mesiyah McGinnis, attended the illustrious boutique affair, a gathering of beautiful Black women in elegance, style, camaraderie, and commerce.  We asked the host, Barbara Mitchell-Goods her thoughts on the event and its importance in the Black community. ... read more »
Anxiety and Depression During This Holiday Season are More Common Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
December 16, 2021
Taking Care of Your Mental Health is Critically Important ... read more »
White House Announces the National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking
December 16, 2021
The updated National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking responds to this predatory behavior by addressing the needs of underserved individuals, families, and communities. As such, officials said it reflects the administration’s commitments to gender and racial equity by taking action against the systemic injustices that communities experience, including underserved populations. ... read more »
Illustrating a Beautiful Life with Robert ‘Bob’ Goe
December 16, 2021
Robert Goe externalized every emotion and taught the nation how to smile through the pain of racial adversity. ... read more / view cartoon »
Ring in the New Year with Health Care Savings
December 16, 2021
The New Year is right around the corner and it’s a time to set new goals. One opportunity that everyone should embrace is to make sure that you have access to quality health care in 2022. The COVID-19 pandemic and the new Omicron variant have highlighted the importance of our health, and now is the time to get comprehensive health coverage. ... read more »
Black Artists Matter at L.A. Comic Con
December 9, 2021
On Friday, Dec. 3 - Dec. 5, visual arts enthusiasts attended the Los Angeles Comic Con 2021 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, in Downtown L.A.  The convention is filled with artists and art fans for a one-of-a-kind experience where the primary focus is on comic books and the comic book culture. ... read more / view cartoon »
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