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Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Physicians Make a Positive Impact on National Doctors’ Day
April 1, 2021
Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles physicians presented a $20,000 check to St. Margaret’s Center, a community center serving Inglewood and Lennox residents. Many tuned in virtually to watch the celebration. ... read more »
As L.A. County Moves Through Less Restrictions, Public Health Cautions Businesses
April 1, 2021
Businesses and worksites are being asked to follow all health guidelines to stop further transmission of COVID-19. ... read more »
Vaccinate, Wear a Mask and a Little More Social Distancing
April 1, 2021
As Los Angeles opens back up, experts warn not to get too comfortable in order to avoid a fourth surge There has been much debate within the African American community – vaccinate or don’t vaccinate?  Trust the science or don’t trust the science?  In fact, it really could simply be stated as trust Biden or don’t trust Trump? ... read more »
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The Virus, Vaccines and New Variants: Weighing the Threat of a Mutant COVID Strain
April 1, 2021
Health care specialists are keeping their eyes on coronavirus variants that could possibly undermine global efforts to vaccinate people and stem the global crisis ... read more »
L.A. City Council Selects Imagery from 10-Year-old Cartoonist  
April 1, 2021
Damahria Clark has an artistic gift; at ten years old, she has projected a keen sense of awareness that radiates off her artwork. Clark has illustrated the nation’s act of heroism during the relentless battle against COVID-19.   ... read more »
The American Rescue Plan Provides Relief for Small Businesses 
March 26, 2021
The American Rescue Plan will “devote $1 trillion toward building a bridge to economic recovery for working families, including those who work for small businesses; and provide critical support to communities that are struggling in the wake of the pandemic.”  ... read more »
Congress Members Urge Vaccination During Black Press Week 
March 26, 2021
“Protect your children and your grandchildren, protect those who you come in contact with,” Congressman Clyburn stated during the annual National Newspaper Publishers Association Fund’s (NNPAF) Black Press Week. “Take the shot. It’s safe to do,” the congressman declared during an interview with Real Times Media President and CEO Hiram Jackson.  ... read more »
American Rescue Plan Provides Big Savings if You Have Covered California Health Plans
March 26, 2021
More money for more people equals more and better health insurance coverage for millions of Californians and consumers nationwide -- especially vital during this age of COVID-19.  ... read more »
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Sesame Street Introduces Two New Black Characters and Discuss Melanin
March 26, 2021
Sesame Workshop recently produced content that brings awareness around race and ethnic backgrounds. “ABCs of Racial Literacy,” is looking to create an unbiased perspective on how to introduce the subject of race into a family household. ... read more »
Supt. Thurmond Deploys 3 Million COVID Tests to Speed Up Safe School Reopening
March 25, 2021
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond expanded an existing pilot testing program, adding 3 million free COVID-19 rapid antigen tests, as part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to accelerate the safe reopening of schools across California.   ... read more »
Young Black Female Pilot Flies First Plane by Herself at Age 16
March 25, 2021
L.A. native, Cailey Stewart, flew her first plane by herself at age 16 when she felt the rush of navigating a 172 aircraft across the sky and seeing the outline of the city through the haze of fluffy clouds. Stewart became addicted to the scene and adrenaline. Two years later, she is engulfed by the technicalities of aviation; with the support of her mother and mentors, the sky is the limit for Stewart. ... read more »
Cal Lawmakers Propose Process to Decertify Convicted Cops
March 25, 2021
Sen. Steven Bradford (D-Gardena), the chair of the California Legislative Black Caucus, and Senate President pro Tem Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) added language with some teeth to Senate Bill (SB) 2, the “Kenneth Ross Jr. Police Decertification Act of 2021.” ... read more »
How Cedars-Sinai Builds Community Trust in the Vaccine
March 25, 2021
Gena Smith-Woods, a registered nurse with Cedars-Sinai, worked as one of the front-line professionals administering the COVID-19 vaccine to healthcare staff and community members. She recalled how honored she was to take part in the Southern California non-profit hospital’s first drive-thru clinic at Beverly Grove, supporting the community vulnerable to the Coronavirus. ... read more »
WisePause Wellness –The World’s First Virtual Conference on Demystifying Menopause
March 25, 2021
Full day event features over 30 experts to discuss hormones, sexual health, stress, perimenopause and menopause to speak to 3500+ women globally ... read more »
Women Leading California’s COVID-19 Response
March 25, 2021
Surgeon General Nadine Burke Harris, Sec. of Gov. Ops Yolanda Richardson & Senior V.P. of External Affairs, Blue Shield of California Kimberley Goode ... read more »
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