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Miss Compton 2017 Partners with House of Blues ‘Give Music’ Program  
November 16, 2017
Since 1993, the House of Blues Music Forward Foundation has worked to bridge the success for youth through music by providing workshops and showcases to kick-start the musical careers of tomorrow’s future music industry leaders.  ... read more »
#MeToo Founder Tarana Burke Leads Survivors’ March and Rally in Hollywood
November 16, 2017
Black women and other women of color represent at rally about sexual abuse and harassment. ... read more »
Democrats, Black Candidates Win Historic Victories on Election Night
November 16, 2017
Black Candidates Win Big on November 7 ... read more »
L.A. Philharmonic Selects Downtown Inglewood for Youth Orchestra Campus 
November 16, 2017
Last Thursday, internationally-renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel announced that the Los Angeles Philharmonic would be establishing a state-of-the art music and cultural campus in the heart of downtown Inglewood for his beloved Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA).  ... read more »
Noted Attorney and Community Activist Michael Lawson Named Interim President of Los Angeles Urban League 
November 16, 2017
The Los Angeles Urban League announced that noted attorney and civic leader Michael Lawson has accepted the position as Interim President and CEO of the famed civil rights organizations Los Angeles Branch.  ... read more »
The Shadow League and Buick Honors Three Sports Trailblazers  
November 16, 2017
The 4th Annual Shadow League Awards presented by Buick held on Wednesday, November 8th at ESPACE (New York City), was a huge success.  ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Khallifah Rosser
November 16, 2017
Whether he competes in indoor or outdoor track competitions, Cal State L.A. senior sprinter Khallifah Rosser has proven to be a top-notch competitor. ... read more »
LA High Centennial Huge Success At The Petersen
November 15, 2017
The event was an extravaganza of LA High talent with exceptional performances by the Jazz Band, Color Guard, Cheerleaders, Outkast Dance Academy and drama students. ... read more »
Smart Cooking is the Recipe to a Safer Thanksgiving
November 15, 2017
And turkey fryers? Not only does the fire association discourage them, UL still refuses to certify turkey fryers. ... read more »
Lane Reductions on North Sepulveda Boulevard in Los Angeles November 16
November 15, 2017
Lane Reductions on North Sepulveda Boulevard in Los Angeles November 16 ... read more »
AMA Continues Efforts to Prevent Tobacco Use
November 15, 2017
The American Medical Association (AMA) recently adopted new policy furthering its longtime support for anti-tobacco efforts aimed at improving public health. The new policy calls for educating the public and policymakers about several tobacco companies’ organized conspiracy to commit fraud and mislead consumers about the negative health effects of tobacco use. ... read more »
Poet Nikki Giovanni shares memories, tears in new collection
November 15, 2017
``I'm not needed,'' the beloved poet, drinking coffee at a hotel lounge in midtown Manhattan, insisted during a recent interview. ``I think I'm enjoyed. I enjoy my audience and I think my audience enjoys me. I've seen too many people who think they're needed and do you know how awful they are?'' ... read more »
Pharmaceutical Giant Eli Lilly Meets with Multicultural Groups
November 15, 2017
Nineteen leaders of select, national multicultural organizations visited the headquarters of Eli Lilly and Company, the global pharmaceutical maker, for an all-day “learning lab” about the pharmaceutical industry’s role in the healthcare system. Attendees heard from Lilly’s senior leadership team, as well as, individuals working in clinical trials, research, manufacturing and medicine. Attendees also toured a drug development lab, participated in informational sessions on healthcare topics, and learned about the variety of diversity and inclusion initiatives underway at Lilly. ... read more »
Sessions unfamiliar with FBI ‘black extremists’ report
November 15, 2017
The 12-page FBI intelligence assessment describes ``black identity extremist'' groups the FBI says are targeting law enforcement after police killings of black men. Foreign Policy first reported on the assessment, which drew outrage from some black lawmakers. ... read more »
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