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CSUDH President Willie J. Hagan: A Man on a Mission
September 21, 2016
Dr. Hagan is a man on a mission with a laser focus on providing educational opportunities for young minorities ... read more »
Navigating The Future: Taste of Soul Scholarship recipient Ashley Williams
September 21, 2016
College undergrad Ashley Williams talks about how the Taste of Soul scholarship has changed her life. ... read more »
CSULA’s Black Student Union, School Administrators Dispel ‘Segregated Housing’ Rumors
September 14, 2016
A week after the debut of black themed housing on Cal State L.A.’s campus drew viral criticism from conservative media, members of the Black Student Union and University officials continue to dispel rumors and defend the decision. ... read more »
California schools to ensure education for English learners
September 14, 2016
California schools agreed to ensure language education for 1.4 million students who are designated as English learners under a federal settlement announced Friday. ... read more »
Students in Inglewood Receive the Gift of a Garden 
September 7, 2016
Students at La Tijera Academy of Excellence Charter School in Inglewood returned to school this week to find a new learning opportunity on campus – a community garden. ... read more »
Georgetown to Give Slave Descendants Priority for Admission
September 7, 2016
The university also plans to establish an institute for the study of slavery, and to create a public memorial honoring slaves ... read more »
Cedars-Sinai Resident Neurosurgeon Accepted Into Prestigious White House Fellows Program
September 1, 2016
, Lindsey Ross will spend the next year in Washington working in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ... read more »
Cal State LA chemistry professor recognized as Minority Access National Role Model
September 1, 2016
Krishna Foster’s work to ensure student excellence in chemistry serves as an example for other professors ... read more »
Moving The Message To Manifestation 
August 31, 2016
For three years the Black Lives Matter movement has ignited a new generation of the civil rights advocacy while spotlighting racial justice and equality. ... read more »
A. Philip Randolph Institute 47th Annual National Education Conference
August 31, 2016
More than 500 labor and civil rights activists, including a delegation of youth activists ages 17-25 from across the U.S. took part in a broad range of activities and discussions ... read more »
Success on the Way: Update – Transgender LGBT Rights
August 25, 2016
Some weeks back I wrote to you regarding transgender (LGBT) rights in U.S. public schools. The way that came about was that President Obama administration issued a directive on transgender rights to public schools from the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice. ... read more »
Local Completes Basic Training at West Point
August 24, 2016
AnnaMaria Dear, 18, of Lawndale, has completed Cadet Basic Training (CBT) at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. ... read more »
Local Students Complete Architecture Summer Camp 
August 24, 2016
Held on four successive Saturdays in July, this year’s camp attracted some 60 students from around Southern California  ... read more »
The 10th Annual Leimert Park Village Book Fair Draws Thousands
August 24, 2016
More than 150 authors, writers, storytellers, poets, spoken word performers, vendors and exhibitors attended this year's fair ... read more »
BACK TO SCHOOL: Parents, Students, Educators Weigh in on Challenges, Educational Goals for New School Year
August 24, 2016
Parents, students, educators weigh in on challenges, educational goals for new school year ... read more »
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