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Charlene Muhammad
A Man Who Cares
May 21, 2020
Many may know about the Gang Reduction Youth Development Office (GRYD), established by the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office in 2007, to establish an office to coordinate comprehensive efforts to reduce gang violence, target specific areas that had the most gang violence, combine all the City’s programs within the Mayor’s Office, and to develop strong partnerships with City departments and community civic groups. ... read more »
Census 2020: “Making Black Count” During a Global Pandemic
April 30, 2020
Since then, all the major African-American community-based organizations, political leaders and other advocates in California — concerned that there may be an undercount of Black Californians during the 2020 census count — have found themselves grappling.   ... read more »
No War on Poverty: The King Holiday and American Hypocrisy
March 12, 2020
SCLC is planning a new Poor People’s Campaign focused on empowerment, education and food for those in poverty. ... read more »
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Los Angeles Sentinel Ride Along with Los Angeles County Fire Department Public Safety Officer Captain Brian Jordan
January 30, 2020
What started out as a desk video/audio interview to learn more about what goes into the day-to-day work of firefighters and paramedics for print and radio broadcasts turned into a ride-along with Los Angeles County Fire Department Public Safety Officer Captain Brian Jordan, and a front seat to one of the most publicized health crises to strike L.A. area schools in recent times. ... read more »
L.A. County Fire Chief Daryl Osby and Supervisor Janice Hahn seek Ethnic Media’s help to save lives!
January 30, 2020
Local voters will have to approve the six cents per square foot parcel tax with a 2/3rds vote. ... read more »
Black Leaders Confront LAPD Chief Moore, demand changes in the midst of gang database corruption scandal
January 23, 2020
Group wants changes in the midst of gang database corruption scandal ... read more »
“A King for the ages”
January 16, 2020
Tributes to the transformative life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... read more »
Rep. Waters and Bass play key role in impeachment of Donald Trump
December 26, 2019
In the aftermath of the United States House of Representatives’ approval of two articles of impeachment against Donald J. Trump, America’s 45th president, debates about the process wage on. ... read more »
California Census Chief: ‘Don’t Be Invisible. Counting Everyone Comes Down to Money and Power’
November 28, 2019
Even if you have people living with you who are not on your lease – or say your affordable housing application - you should still make sure they are counted during the 2020 Census, says Ditas Katague, director of the California Complete Count office. ... read more »
Family of a Comatose Black Man Files Multi-Million Claim Against LAPD 
February 14, 2019
The family of a Black man left in a coma after an alleged race-based attack by an off-duty officer has filed a $195 million claim against the Los Angeles Police Department.  ... read more »
Los Angeles County officials Host Immigrant News Briefing
January 31, 2019
Panelists were joined by Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Director, Department of Public Health, who outlined a handful of underutilized services and debunked false narratives around services. ... read more »
L.A. County Shows Off Stormwater Infrastructure for Safe Clean Water
July 12, 2018
Its plan is to use modern solutions to help address threats to water, such as pollutants, toxins, and extreme, severe weather ... read more »
Family Seeks Justice in Leimert Park Triple Homicide 
May 31, 2018
Nancy Amelia Jackson, a woman accused of killing a disabled acquaintance, his mother, and stepfather is facing the death penalty or life in state prison without parole if convicted.  ... read more »
Healthcare Workers in Watts Poised to Strike If Contract Negotiations Fail 
May 17, 2018
Workers at the Watts Health Center have authorized a strike if further negotiations with management fall through.  ... read more »
State of Black America 2018 
May 17, 2018
The National Urban League has released its 42nd annual report on the State of Black America themed, “Save our Cities:  Powering the Digital Revolution.”  ... read more »
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