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Lakers Youth Foundation Impacts Lives with Gym Renovation in Skid Row
November 8, 2018
Following the ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the renovated gym, children participated in the health and fitness clinic with instruction from Lakers’ trainers. ... read more »
Penda Diakité Showcases Her Art at the Substrate Gallery
November 8, 2018
A recipient of the Dean Collection grant, Diakité creates an art exhibition for the public. ... read more »
ComplexCon 2018 Fuses Sneaker Culture, Music, Art and Fashion  
November 8, 2018
The third annual ComplexCon brought together tens of thousands of people to Long Beach, Calif. for a weekend of retail pop-up shops with exclusive sneaker releases, in-depth moderated conversations, and musical performances.  ... read more »
African Americans Win Throughout California 
November 8, 2018
Dems took over the House, but not the Senate. California has a new governor, according to LA vote, as of press time, Tony Thurmond will lead public instruction and rent control laws will remain as they are:  just some of the highlights of the country’s midterm election November 6. ... read more »
AT&T Hello Lab Showcases at LACMA 
November 8, 2018
Filmmakers complete Hello Lab’s Mentorship Program and show their work to the public at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.  ... read more »
Price Invites Faith Groups to Help L.A.’s Housing Crisis
November 8, 2018
Exploring creative ways to address L.A.’s housing crisis, Councilmember Curren D. Price Jr. urged faith-based organizations (FBOs) to consider turning their properties into affordable, workforce, market-based housing.  ... read more »
Show of Solidarity in Aftermath of Hate 
November 8, 2018
In a moving and emphatic show of solidarity after the Tree of Life synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh, hundreds of people from across Los Angeles County gathered on Nov. 1, for an interfaith worship service at the First AME Church, and sang and prayed together for hope, healing, courage and perseverance.  ... read more »
Pan-African Studies at Cal State LA celebrates 50 years Ceremony honors Black leaders and their contributions to the community 
November 8, 2018
Pan-African Studies commemorated 50 years at Cal State LA with a ceremony honoring Black leaders and community members.  ... read more »
LATTC College Breaks Ground on a $48- million dollar Culinary Arts Building
November 8, 2018
One of the premier career education programs on the campus of Los Angeles Trade-Technical College soon will be housed in a new state-of-the-art learning center at its downtown LA campus. ... read more »
L.A. Council Seeks Solutions To Waze Traffic On Side Streets
November 8, 2018
Recently the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a proposal that will develop ways to curb apps from diverting drivers off of major thoroughfares ... read more »
Members of Inglewood Gang Targeted in Drugs, Weapons Crackdown
November 2, 2018
Over the course of its investigation, task force members working with the Inglewood Police Department executed controlled purchases through which they acquired firearms, cocaine, ecstasy and meth, according to prosecutors. ... read more »
Pan-African Studies at Cal State LA celebrates 50 years
November 2, 2018
More than 200 faculty, staff, students and supporters gathered in the Golden Eagle Ballroom on Oct. 29 for the Department of Pan-African Studies 5th Annual Black Community Honors Dinner, an evening that looked back on the department’s history and recognized the contributions of individuals who have committed their lives to the liberation and empowerment of the Black community. ... read more »
Fired Catholic School Teacher Awarded $3.57 Million
November 2, 2018
The Los Angeles Superior Court panel deliberated for less than a day before finding in favor of Kourtney Liggins, who was a science teacher at Transfiguration School, in her lawsuit that alleged wrongful termination in violation of public policy and intentional infliction of emotional distress. ... read more »
Holly Hancock For Superior Court Judge #60
November 1, 2018
The deputy public defender has her sights on the seat. ... read more »
Black Angelenos Likely to Respond to Improving Resources if They Believe Census
November 1, 2018
The 2020 Census will ensure there is an accurate count of California residents. A complete count would determine the number of U.S. House of Representatives seats California will receive. The Census is also used to distribute federal financial resources to local communities. According to the CA Census 2020 website, there are 70 CA federally-funded programs in the areas of education, health, and human services that will benefit from a complete count. ... read more »
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