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Councilmembers Harris-Dawson and Hutt Honor Mothers in the Community

The sunny day was a perfect backdrop for an early celebration to honor and appreciate the mothers who contribute to the betterment of their neighborhoods. On Thursday, May 11, Councilmembers Heather Hutt and Marqueece Harris-Dawson brought over 500 mothers together for an unforgettable afternoon luncheon filled with music and laughter. “Gathering as a community to honor and celebrate the incredible contributions of mothers is a powerful reminder of the strength and resilience that lies within us. When we honor our mothers, we honor ourselves. At the luncheon, we witnessed the true essence of South L.A.,” remarked Harris-Dawson. The luncheon, titled

Taste of Soul Is Here!

Excitement is building throughout L.A. as people anticipate the 17th Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival, set for Saturday, October 15, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Crenshaw Blvd., between Stocker St. and Obama Blvd.

Baptist Ministers Conference Protest CIM Purchase of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall

Baptist Ministers Conference of Los Angeles and Southern CaliforniaLeaders of the Baptist Ministers Conference (BMC) of Los Angeles, Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), National Action Network(NAN), Los Angeles and a coalition of community groups in South Los Angeles hosted a rally to oppose the proposal by CIM group to purchase the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall. This proposal adds no value to our community and we are formally launching our petition campaign against the CIM group.

New Book Released on Early Life of John Mack

Everyone agrees that John W. Mack made a lasting impact on the city, especially in South Los Angeles. His role in advancing civil rights, social justice and economic equity for African Americans is documented in print publications, Internet entries, TV news archives and several YouTube videos.

Banking on the Future? Start Saving Today.

The youngest American generations in or approaching adulthood –the Millennials (born 1981 to 1996) and Generation Z (born after 1996) — will have less wealth, less property, lower marriage rates, fewer children, and less savings compared to any generation born since the Great Depression, the Wall Street Journal just reported.

Quintin Primo, Owner of One of the Largest Black Private Equity Firms in the Country Talks Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Master Plan and Reaching Success 

This month, Primo spoke with the L.A. Sentinel to discuss the recent developments at his firm, Capri Investment Group, and how he continues to successfully run one of the largest Black private equity firms in the country!  

Dr. Payne’s House Calls

A Healthcare Informational Forum August 18, 2018 1pm-3pm Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall 3650 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90008 RSVP: (323)903-5452 House Calls Flyer