Monday, June 26, 2017
Charlene Muhammad
Families United 4 Justice
June 22, 2017
He’s particularly eager to develop the toolkit, especially for others yet to come into their unenviable family unexpectedly, he said. ... read more »
Hear My Voice report highlights academic challenges of California’s young men of color 
June 22, 2017
Young men of color face unique social and economic disadvantages that impact and are impacted by their educational access, according to a new report from the Education Trust-West. ... read more »
National Housing Wage
June 15, 2017
Fair market rent for a 1-bedroom is $1,261 a month, and $1,608 for a 2-bedroom, according to the report. ... read more »
Jordan Downs Redevelopment Signals a Renewed Watts 
June 8, 2017
Under the theme, “Watts is Worth It,” city officials, developers, residents, and activists broke ground on the new Jordan Downs public housing development on Monday. ... read more »
Intersection: Dementia, Poverty, Homelessness – Pt. 2 – Poverty 
May 11, 2017
How Three Key Social Ills Combine to Leave Elders with Skilled Care Needs Unmet  ... read more »
Prominent Civil and Human Rights Activist Sues L.A. and LAPD for False Arrest 
May 11, 2017
Gregory Akili, a prominent, long-time civil and human rights activist, has filed a $4 million dollar federal lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Police Department, and Police Commission Executive Director Richard Tefank for false arrest. ... read more »
Healthcare workers push for dialysis treatment regulations
May 11, 2017
Nurses, patients, and other health care workers outlined proposed legislation to regulate dialysis treatment during a briefing hosted by New America Media at SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West on May 4. ... read more »
Watts/L.A. Peace Treaty Marks 25th Anniversary
May 3, 2017
We just want to make it more contagious and get it out throughout our communities,” Rev. Owens said. ... read more »
ACLU sues LAPD for public records act violations
May 3, 2017
According to Winston, these devices have direct impact on Angelenos’ right to privacy that is guaranteed by the state constitution. ... read more »
State of Black America  
May 3, 2017
The National Urban League released its 2017 State of Black America report on May 2, during its annual Black America Empowerment Summit in Washington, D.C. ... read more »
Intersection: Dementia, Poverty, Homelessness 
May 3, 2017
This is the first in a three-part series on how three key ills combine to leave elders with skilled care needs unmet. Pt. 1 - Dementia ... read more »
Californians punished through pretrial detentions
May 2, 2017
It also indicated that those locked up before they even go to trial are overwhelmingly poor, working class, and from racial and ethnic minorities. ... read more »
What really is the new LAPD de-escalation ‘policy’
May 2, 2017
Some in the public seating area expressed outrage as the LAPD further reported. ... read more »
L.A. Care 20th Anniversary
April 27, 2017
The organization also celebrated by announcing special news of its new, five-year initiative to tackle the homelessness crisis in L.A. County. ... read more »
L.A. County recognizes mediators
April 27, 2017
“Intergroup Relations are strengthened when people are able to sit down face-to-face, have a chance to understand each other through the mediation process, and agree on the solutions. ... read more »



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