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Federal Regulators Approve Pfizer Vaccine for Children; Ages 5 to 11 Immediately Eligible for Shots
November 4, 2021
Children ages 5 to 11 can now receive vaccination against COVID-19. On Tuesday, November 2, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky signed off on a recommendation from the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. ... read more »
No Leads in Fatal Shooting of Compton Pastor
November 4, 2021
Pastor Reggie Moore, an associate minister at God of Christ Church in Compton, was fatally shot on October 24 near his church. According to the L.A. Sheriff’s Department, there are no suspects, motive, or vehicle description in the homicide. ... read more »
COVID-19: As Winter Approaches, Gov. Newsom Focuses on ‘Waning Immunity’
November 4, 2021
The governor encouraged eligible Californians to get their booster shots as well, warning that initial COVID-19 shots required to be designated “fully vaccinated” might not be enough to inoculate individuals who are at a higher risk of getting the disease. ... read more »
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CD-9 Welcomes Residents Applying for BIG:LEAP Program
November 4, 2021
South L.A. residents lined up on October 29, at the field office of Councilmember Curren Price, Jr. to apply for the BIG:LEAP - the Basic Income Guaranteed: Los Angeles Economic Assistance Program. The citywide program, which accepts applications until November 7, will provide 3,000 recipients with $1,000 per month for 12 months with no-strings-attached or conditions on how the funds must be spent. ... read more »
Cal DOJ: Look Out for Illegal Cannabis Edibles Mimicking Popular Snacks, Candy
November 4, 2021
Last week California Attorney General Rob Bonta issued a “consumer alert” warning Californians that cannabis-infused edibles are being packaged and sold as copycat versions of popular food and candy products.  ... read more »
Everyone Has A Story
November 4, 2021
Everyone Has a Story to Tell. Some have multiple stories about their lives and experiences and are only too happy to tell you all about them. There are other people who you have to coax every little thing out of them. They never share stories or talk about the past. But if you only knew the secrets locked up inside of them, about abuse, addiction, anger, abandonment, sexual violence, and the gut-wrenching pain of trauma, you would be amazed, scared, or give them the side-eye as you move far away as fast as you can.  ... read more »
Karly Katona Appointed “Caretaker” of the 10th Council District
November 4, 2021
Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez appointed the chief of staff for Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas as the “caretaker” for the 10th Council District on Monday, November 1, 2021. ... read more »
Crenshaw’s Orthodox L.A. Gallery Hosts Contemporary Art Exhibit
October 28, 2021
Orthodox L.A. hosts “What’s Your Vibe?” The interactive multi-media installation is on display until November 1 at the gallery, which is located in Los Angeles’ Crenshaw district on 54th Street near 4th Avenue. The exhibit is produced and curated by Shalandrea Houchen, known professionally as Shay Renee. ... read more »
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UCLA Study Shows Women Who Breastfeed Perform Better on Cognitive Tests
October 25, 2021
Women over 50 who breastfed their babies performed better on cognitive tests compared to women who never breastfed a new study led by researchers at UCLA Health revealed. ... read more »
LACMA Hosts Obama Portraits and Black Americans Exhibit
October 21, 2021
Los Angeles County Museum of Art will open “The Obama Portraits Tour” and “Black American Portraits” on November 7. The exhibits feature the “Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama” painting as created by Amy Sherald, the “Barack Obama” artwork as visualized by Kehinde Wiley and two centuries of Kehinde Wiley. ... read more »
Association of Black Women Physicians (ABWP) Presents 40th Annual Gala
October 21, 2021
ABWP is committed to the improvement of public health and welfare, through the advancement of knowledge concerning women and the community health. ... read more »
Research Exposes Continued Student Trauma As Schools Reopen
October 21, 2021
In California we had a crisis with lack of student mental health support long before the pandemic. Now it is even worse. It comes as no surprise that the pandemic has created more stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues for our children. ... read more »
Lee Headlines 10th District Health and Wellness Seminar
October 14, 2021
Dr. Cherilyn Lee, a certified natural healthcare professional, will headline the annual Health and Wellness Seminar hosted by the 10th Council District Women’s Steering Committee on Saturday, October 16, at 1 p.m. via Zoom. Lee will share techniques to prevent heart attacks and strokes, reduce the percentage of plaque in your body, understand your autonomic nervous system and more information to improve your health. ... read more »
Southwest Airlines Continues Scrubbing Flights, Citing Weather, Staffing
October 14, 2021
Hundreds of Southwest Airlines flights were canceled again recently, including about a dozen trips to and from Los Angeles International Airport, following a weekend of scrubbed flights the airline attributed to weather and other ``external constraints.'' ... read more »
Senator Kamlager-Dove’s C.R.I.S.E.S. Act, Supporting Local Solutions to Community Emergencies, Signed into Law by Governor Newsom
October 14, 2021
This week, Senator Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove’s (D - Los Angeles) bill, AB 118: CRISES Act: Community Response Initiative to Strengthen Emergency Systems was signed into law by Governor Newsom.  ... read more »
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