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Senator Steve Bradford and Assemblymen Reggie Jones-Sawyer lead an Expedition to New Levels of Equality
January 14, 2021
Senator Steve Bradford and Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer led a joint press conference, fully addressing the inequalities festering in the pit of every community ... read more »
Woman-Owned Catering Business Has Made Long-Standing Memories in Every Dish for Over 20 Years
January 14, 2021
Daria shared her passion and how she came to be the most sought-after catering business in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Woman-Owned Local Business Adds Over 50 Flavors of Zest to an American Classic Refreshment
December 31, 2020
Found in the heart of Compton, CA, stands an oasis that provides a refreshing moment for the collective community. The Pucker Up Lemonade Company’s storefront sits happily alongside other small businesses, but there is something different about this community watering hole.  ... read more »
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The Life of Kamala Harris Represents Preliminary Steps for Change
December 31, 2020
Empowered by the jostle of her mother, Harris pushed through seemingly unbreakable boundaries. She holds the title as the first Black woman to have held district and general attorney roles in California’s history.  From 2004 to 2011, Harris had a meteoric effect on many communities as district attorney, finding her essence in the initiative that gives first-time drug offenders the chance to earn a high school diploma and find employment in California. ... read more »
Negative Affects of Virtual Learning: Multiple Factors Hurting the Future Generation
December 17, 2020
COVID-19 has exposed the world to preexisting problems that lived here before a global shutdown. ... read more »
Los Angeles Community Reflects on the Long-Lasting Imprints of Civic Leader Mark Ridley-Thomas as He Prepares to Embody the Title of City Councilmember
December 17, 2020
Los Angeles Public Officials must prove their loyalty and commitment every day they hold their position. Their oath includes preserving the health, safety, and protection of the lives of the community.  ... read more »
Entrepreneur and City Commissioner Karim Webb Sheds Light on Social Equity
December 17, 2020
Webb found his way to be an activist, by uplifting the confidence of the collective community ... read more »
Multi-Platinum Award-Winning Artist LaTocha Scott Shares Her Journey to Renewed Energy Through Her New Plant-Based Recipe Book
December 10, 2020
With her new plant-based cookbook, ”LaTocha’s Planted Lifestyle.” she explores the significance of cooking with soul and health in mind. ... read more »
 
Living Legend: Kamala Harris makes history as America’s First Black & Female Vice President
November 26, 2020
Madam Vice-President Kamala Harris is a living legend, her election marked a new day during a colossal shift in social awareness. As the first Black and South Asian woman to be listed on a major political ballot and the first woman to hold a seat as vice president, she has created a new wave of thought and possibility. It will continue to grow for women, as an increase in young girls will strive to be on that level of power. Delivering her candidacy on the day Martin Luther King Jr. declared a universal dream, more diversity will be a new normal as the whole world is changing into that vision.  ... read more »
Magic Johnson Partners with Cigna President Mike Triplett to Address Racial and Gender Disparities Among Small Businesses
October 29, 2020
Amid a wave of social awakenings, there has been an intersection of small business and racial disparities colliding into a bigger problem. ... read more »
Mayor Eric Garcetti launches Racial Equity & Newly Empowered Workplaces (RENEW) Task Force
October 5, 2020
Monday, October 5th, the City of Los Angeles received notification of the Racial Equity & Newly Empowered Workplaces (RENEW) Task Force launch; it looks to expand the reconstruction of diversity within the workforce and private sectors. ... read more »
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Newly Sworn in Chairwoman Gloria Gray Shares How Water Equates to Growth; Everyone deserves Safe Drinking Water
October 1, 2020
Where there is water, there is life. Since human civilization began, it has been within our instinct to build major capitals and cities around great bodies of water. That is why there is immense power in sitting as Chairwoman of the Board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California; it holds the key to the growth of the population for over 19 million people. ... read more »
Mel’s Fish Shack Captures Waves of Tradition in Savory Fried and Grilled Fish
September 24, 2020
The shack is a staple in the collective community ... read more »
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas Travels Across Second District to Distribute 10,000 Masks Throughout COVID-19 Impacted Communities
August 27, 2020
Due to the disproportionate effects of COVID-19, the need for assistance in Los Angeles has taken over certain communities. Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas answered the call for help; in the past several weeks, he’s been traveling and delivering PPE to essential workers within his district.   ... read more »
Members of St. Paul First Lutheran Church Reprimand A Black Woman for Sitting on their Lawn
July 30, 2020
They called security to handle “the problem” that quietly sat on their lawn with her laptop. Hired protection approached Marshall-Brown on their bikes to advise that it would be in her best interest to move, “they received a call from the church about her.” ... read more »
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