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ESSA Law Must Provide Necessary Investments for Success, Educators Say
March 22, 2017
Some education advocates have said that the new law doesn’t go far enough to address long-standing racial discrimination that plays out in our education system ... read more »
Kappa Alpha Psi Southern California Celebrates 106 Years of Achievement
March 15, 2017
The evening was capped off with an inspiring keynote address from Kappa Alpha Psi Member and U.S. Army General Dennis L. Vie (retired). ... read more »
Women’s History Month Recognizes: Dr. Eva Michelle Wheeler
March 8, 2017
Beautiful. Dynamic. Driven. Accomplished. These are just some of the words that describe Dr. Eva Michelle Wheeler. ... read more »
Fowler Falls Short of LACCD Seat 4, Thanks Supporters
March 8, 2017
Dallas Fowler will not face her opponent Ernest Moreno in a May runoff. Although the March 7 elections ended in a close race for the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees, seat 4. Fowler’s 46 percent to Moreno’s 54 was not enough to continue. ... read more »
Foster Care Youth Need Volunteer Mentors
March 1, 2017
Two African Americans, Samuel Herod and Delphia Jones, shared positive comments about their experience as CASAs. ... read more »
Concerned LA Family Rallies Facebook to Bring Attention to Slavery Homework at Windsor Hills Elementary
February 28, 2017
Well- known DJ Fred Loc and his sister Regina Cameron made a post that startled friends and has now become a controversial national news story. ... read more »
El Camino College Seeks Nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Women’s Wall of Fame
February 27, 2017
The Women of Distinction Award recognizes outstanding women from the El Camino College area, honoring them for their contributions to the community. Honorees are selected by the committee each year during March – Women’s History Month. ... read more »
Mothers in Action Hosts Safety Week at Local School
February 16, 2017
Students had the opportunity to talk to some of the LAPD Cadets and have a Q&A. ... read more »
Taking The Lid Off Greatness 
February 15, 2017
 “I've made some of the same mistakes multiple times, but I never let my mistakes outnumber my attempts at a greater me.”  ... read more »
UCLA, LAUSD sign agreement for Horace Mann UCLA Community School
February 15, 2017
South Los Angeles school aims to repeat successes of previous partnership in Koreatown ... read more »
The Legacy of HBCUs Past and Present
February 15, 2017
Shaw University was the first HBCU in the South to be established after the American Civil War in 1865 ... read more »
African American Charter Public School Parents, Alumni, Teachers, Students and Leaders to Push Back Against NAACP’s Moratorium on Charter Schools
February 9, 2017
African American charter parents, alumni, teachers, leaders, students and community members will gather outside Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters for a press conference on Thursday  February 9, to tell the National Association of Colored People (NAACP) that charter schools are transforming lives in their neighborhoods. ... read more »
Bill Duke Youth Media Camp Accepting Applications
February 8, 2017
Duke Youth Media Camp has held its last two sessions on the campus of the New York Film Academy ... read more »
The State of U.S. Education  
February 8, 2017
Just an hour after Betsy DeVos' confirmation, a Republican congress member proposed a bill to get rid of her and the Department of Education.  ... read more »
University of South Carolina to erect statue of first African-American professor
February 1, 2017
The University of South Carolina wants to erect a statue in honor of the school's first African-American professor. ... read more »
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