Friday, August 19, 2022
Bonnie Boswell
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 »
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 »
Democracy is not a Spectator Sport
June 30, 2022
Wandrea Moss and her mother, Ruby Freeman, were profiles in courage last Tuesday as they appeared before the January 6th committee. ... read more »
Fannie Lou Hamer Calls Us  
June 23, 2022
Whether it’s the mayoral race in 2022 or the presidential race in 2024, people need know their votes count - but only if they use it.      ... read more »
Healing Ourselves Communities and Country 
June 16, 2022
Those of us who believe a peaceful world is possible need to figure out how we can truly become “indivisible” as we vow in our pledge of allegiance.  ... read more »
Formerly Incarcerated Women Can Thrive Through ARC 
May 19, 2022
“I won him!”  Those were words shared with me by a young mother who had been fighting to regain custody of her son for four years.  ... read more »
Brilliant Corners Helps People Experiencing Homelessness 
May 12, 2022
Brilliant Corners is a housing agency in downtown Los Angeles that provides supportive services to people experiencing homelessness or coming out from institutionalization.    ... read more »
Helping Formerly Incarcerated Women 
May 5, 2022
Bonnie Boswell explores the many challenges facing formerly incarcerated women.   ... read more »
Focus on Youth Justice – From Incarceration to Care
April 27, 2022
On KCET’s series about youth justice, Kevin Rodas, a member of the Arts and Healing Justice Network (AHJN or The Network) in Los Angeles, said this about his job in delivery services, “I just go home feeling good about myself. I try to carry myself with the utmost respect.” ... read more »
The Heroes Among Us 
April 21, 2022
There are heroes among us.  Right now, I’m thinking of two people, Julian Harris and Fabian Debora. Both men work with youth at the Arts and Healing Justice Network (aka AHJN or The Network).   ... read more »
Art Helps Justice Impacted Youth 
April 14, 2022
The Arts and Healing Justice Network uses art to help youth impacted by the criminal justice system like 23-year-old Kevin Rodas.   ... read more »
PBS SoCal Premieres ‘Hollywood’s Architect: The Paul R. Williams Story’ Celebrating Life and Work of Iconic African American Architect
February 21, 2020
PBS SoCal, Southern California's home for the premieres of new PBS programs, hosted the world premiere of the new documentary Hollywood’s Architect: The Paul R. Williams Story on Feb. 3 at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles. Over 175 guests attended the red-carpet event and standing room only screening and panel discussion that included legendary music producer Quincy Jones, Disney CEO and Williams’ homeowner Robert Iger, as well as Williams’ grandchildren Paul Hudson, Gayle Harvey Beavers and Karen Hudson-Freeman. ... read more / view gallery »

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