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Where to Take Mom for Mother’s Day: Black-Owned Dining Experiences for the Family to Enjoy 
May 6, 2021
Mother’s Day is a moment to appreciate women who delivered life and nourished those new souls to grow strong; she deserves the best. Los Angeles is filled with luxury dining to celebrate Mom and all that she does. ... read more / view gallery »
Cal Restaurants and Bars Can Apply for Aid From $28.6 Billion Relief Fund
May 6, 2021
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is currently accepting applications to provide emergency assistance to restaurants and bars. ... read more »
Join Black Californians in Fighting Climate Change
May 6, 2021
It goes without saying that 2020 was a difficult year for everyone, but especially Black communities across California. Our communities were disproportionately impacted by both the health and economic crises wrought by the coronavirus pandemic ... read more »
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LA County Library Continues Work Ready Program to Enhance Job-Readiness
May 6, 2021
LA County Library announces the continuation of its Work Ready series, a workforce development program launched in December, designed for Library customers who are looking to build job skills or discover new career opportunities, but who lack the device or internet connection to make it happen. ... read more »
L.A. Teen Donates Time and Talents to ‘Give Back’ to her Community
May 6, 2021
She’s a member of the school’s Viking Ambassadors, Associate Student Body, Black Student Union and yearbook staff.  She mentors middle school students by participating in TAKS Leadership group as well as teaching them math and science in her role as a Stem Summit Leader. For several years, Chloe has been a serious athlete, devoting time to soccer, volleyball and track and field. ... read more »
LOS ANGELES NATIVE & NEW ORLEANS MAYOR LATOYA CANTRELL PREPARES FOR RE-ELECTION WITH SUCCESSFUL FUNDRAISING EVENT
May 6, 2021
A child of Los Angeles County (Straight Out Of Compton), we salute Mayor LaToya Cantrell and heartily offer our endorsement and support of her re-election bid in October 2021. ... read more »
MAYOR ERIC GARCETTI – Leads Los Angeles Through the Pandemic and Strives to Build a Better and More Inclusionary City
May 6, 2021
As Los Angeles begins to recover from the devastation of the pandemic, Mayor Eric Garcetti took time out of his very busy schedule to sit down with the Los Angeles Sentinel to directly address those issues which are impacting the lives of African Americans, communities of color, and those most severely affected by COVID-19. ... read more »
Chauvin Is Guilty. Our Work Is Cut Out for Us.
May 6, 2021
Just a few days have passed since Derek Chauvin’s conviction in the murder of George Floyd. But the images from that moment are seared in our memories forever: the murderer, led away in handcuffs. ... read more »
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NAACP Joins National #Unityagainsthate Rally to Combat Increased Hate Attacks Against Asians Living And Born In America
May 6, 2021
Community Against Hate, a diverse coalition of community organizations and leaders have teamed up with the national civil rights organization NAACP in a clear stance to address hate directed toward Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.  In a direct response to the increased verbal and physical attacks against Asians living and born in America, the #UnityAgainstHate rally will be held on Saturday, May 15, at 11 a.m., in multiple cities across the nation. The rally will echo the voices of many who have experienced hate crimes against them based on their race, nationality and identity. ... read more »
Decline in COVID-19 Deaths Edge L.A. County Towards Yellow Tier, COVID-19 Related Illness in Children Rises
May 6, 2021
As of Monday, May 3, the L.A. County Dept. of Public Health confirmed no new deaths and 255 new cases of COVID-19. There were 390 people with symptoms of COVID-19 hospitalized with 18% testing positive.  ... read more »
The Lookout: Dems in Sacramento Take Steps to Make Voting Easier
May 6, 2021
Recently, in some states, most notoriously Georgia and Florida, lawmakers have taken steps to restrict voting access and rights for many Americans. But in California, policymakers and legislators are doing the opposite, making proposals to simplify the voting process and expand access to the polls. ... read more »
Decline in COVID-19 Deaths Edge L.A. County Towards Yellow Tier, COVID-19 Related Illness in Children Rises
May 6, 2021
Despite a slight rise in a COVID-19 related illness in children, L.A. County slowly enter the less restrictive tier. ... read more »
Celebration of Life: Opal Faye
May 6, 2021
Obituary of Opal Faye Johnson ... read more »
The Time has Come to Cast Your Vote for Heather Hutt
May 6, 2021
As Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Assembly candidate, Heather Hutt, walked the 54th Assembly District, the Congresswoman, who is never shy, lets everyone they come into contact with know, “It is time to cast your vote for Heather Hutt.”    ... read more »
Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Donates $51K In 1st Payout Of Season-Long Effort
May 4, 2021
Wrapping the first month of his season-long ``Ks for a Cause'' initiative, Dodger pitcher Trevor Bauer donated $51,000 to Think Together, a program that offers after-school STEM and robotics programs for middle school students in southeast Los Angeles ... read more »
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