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 This is That  What is “that?” Acts 2 and Joel 1:14-2:17 address “that.”  
August 11, 2022
  When the day of Pentecost came, different cultures spoke in varieties of languages. “And suddenly there came from heaven a noise like a violent rushing wind, ... read more »
The Challenges of Being a Young Black Boy 
August 11, 2022
My husband and I are the proud parents of three daughters and two sons and the even-prouder grandparents of two grandsons and three granddaughters. Thinking about our children and grandchildren made me come to a stark realization that our grandsons are growing up in a world that has challenges that no other group has to be concerned with.   ... read more »
Again, A Message From Watts:   Liberation Is Coming From A Black Thing 
August 11, 2022
The year 1965 began on an ominous and unsettling note — the assassination and martyrdom of Nana Malcolm X, the Fire Prophet. Even in the white and winter cold of February, it was a sign of the coming fire. Indeed, it pointed toward the fiery fulfillment of prophecy, which Nana Malcolm, himself, had predicted.   ... read more »
Provide Affordable and Safe Housing in South L.A.  
August 11, 2022
For decades now, Los Angeles has been experiencing annual population growth, adding nearly a quarter of a million residents in the last 10 years alone. Los Angeles represents one of the most important multicultural hubs of industry, art, and economy in the world, and the growth only continues. There is much to celebrate about our city and much of which residents should be proud.  ... read more »
Op-Ed: Gov. Newsom, State Legislators Must Act to Protect, Empower Fast Food Workers  
August 4, 2022
In January, Alejandro Garcia, a cashier, was shot and killed while working at a Taco Bell drive-thru in South L.A. He was working alongside his 19-year old son.  ... read more »
Black, Green and Me 
August 4, 2022
Scary wildfires, devastating floods, super-intense heat, and hurricanes are not just on the horizon, they are here.  So, we must find ways - big and small - to protect our planet so she can save us.   ... read more »
Welcoming August, Honoring Our Ancestors: Continuing, Intensifying and Expanding the Struggle 
August 4, 2022
Since the transforming struggles of the Sixties, it has been for us in the organization Us, both a reaffirmation of our commitment and a reenforcing reminder to begin our day with the centering thought and declaration: “it is a good day to struggle.”   ... read more »
Responding to the Call 
August 4, 2022
There are universal realities, regardless of our station in life.  Here are a few - nobody gets out alive, you reap what you sow, what goes up must come down, and sooner or later, you will need some help in life.   ... read more »
Ask Dr. Jeanette”™ Success On “The Way”    “Dominion” 
August 4, 2022
Ask Dr. Jeanette”™ Success On “The Way”    “Dominion”  Let’s define what we believe is commonly meant or understood as “dominion?” This word is stated in ... ... read more »
The Legacies of Nana Mary M. Bethune: Knowledge, Sacrifice, Service and Struggle
July 28, 2022
Certainly, practicing the morality of remembrance, we cannot pass the month of July without paying rightful homage to our foremother, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, born July 10, 1875, laying down in peace and rising up in radiance May 18, 1955.   ... read more »
Summertime and the Living Isn’t Easy 
July 28, 2022
Summertime has always been an interesting time for me.  When my children were little, they could not wait until school was out to enjoy the lazy days of summer. ... read more »
 Eye Of The Mind 
July 28, 2022
Right from the beginning, Jehovah, Jesus Christ, knew what was in man. He knew that man was classified to Him with disobedience even from his youth (Genesis 8:20-21). ... read more »
Kaiser Permanente Hospitals Rated Among the Nation’s Top Performers 
July 28, 2022
Kaiser Permanente hospitals are among the best in the nation for delivering high-quality care, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-23 “Best Hospitals” rankings released on July 26.  ... read more »
The ‘WOW’ Factor  
July 28, 2022
I’ve been refreshed by two recent experiences, that I now call the “wow” factor, to keep me going.    ... read more »
State Grants Help Preserve Homeownership in Socially Disadvantaged Communities
July 28, 2022
The California Mortgage Relief Program helps families impacted by COVID-19 save their home For many Californians of color, housing instability and inequity did not begin with the COVID-19 pandemic. ... read more »

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