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The Truth About 15-year-old Gun Violence Victim Hannah Bell
May 10, 2018
Samantha Mays was thankful for the financial donation she received from gang prevention advocates, but she appeared more grateful and relieved that she could speak the truth about her 15-year-old daughter gunned down right before her eyes.  ... read more »
Two African Americans appointed to the California Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census 
April 26, 2018
Two African-Americans have been appointed to the California Complete Count Committee for the 2020 federal census. ... read more »
What’s at risk for America’s ethnic communities with the 2020 Census? 
April 12, 2018
The biggest threat to a complete count in the 2020 Census, civil rights advocates agree, is public distrust of the government, fueled by the Trump administration's anti-immigrant policies, and the just announced decision by Commerce Dept. Secretary Wilbur Ross to include a question on citizenship status -- a question that hasn't been included since 1950.  ... read more »
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Black primary care and family care providers embrace online toolkit to help in early detection of dementia
November 2, 2017
Early detection for Black elders would mean curbing health care disparities in the community ... read more »
Online Search Engine Brings Black History to Light
November 2, 2017
An online search engine birthed by a small team of researchers at the University of Minnesota connects students, artists, scholars, educators, and the general public to the great history of Blacks in America. ... read more »
Juan King, brother of Rodney King, to walk for the homeless 
October 26, 2017
Juan King, the brother of the late Rodney King at the center of the 1992 L.A. Rebellion, is partnering with the United Way of Greater Los Angeles for its 11th Annual HomeWalk To End Homelessness in Los Angeles on November 18.  ... read more »
Covered California partners with Black media for open enrollment call 
October 26, 2017
 Executives with Covered California held an ethnic media roundtable to give an overview of its upcoming open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which opens on November 1 and closes on January 31.  ... read more »
‘Separation or Death,’ warned Minister Louis Farrakhan during 22nd Anniversary of the Million Man March keynote address 
October 19, 2017
On Sunday, October 15, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered the keynote address for the 22nd Anniversary of the Million Man March/Holy Day Atonement.  The title was "Separation Or Death".   ... read more »
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Celebration of Fannie Lou Hamer’s 100th Birthday
October 12, 2017
Crumble expressed that he was the first in his family to attend college; he was ready to give up in his first semester due to an unfriendly atmosphere and a feeling of disconnect, until an African Studies class in womanism introduced him to Hamer. ... read more »
United Hood Nation Marks One-Year Anniversary 
August 24, 2017
During a historic gang summit held in South L.A. last year, the community called for jobs, training and education, and organizers of the United Hood Nation delivered with a “Pathway to Prosperity” job fair on its one-year anniversary. ... read more »
L.A. County Supervisors Advance Plans for Permanent Housing
August 24, 2017
Los Angeles County Board Supervisor Chairman Mark Ridley-Thomas outlined the path for progress to ensure permanent housing for those who are experiencing homelessness, during a press conference on Tuesday, August 22. ... read more »
The Future of Health Care in California
August 17, 2017
Experts and health care providers briefed ethnic media about the future of healthcare in California ... read more »
LA Sheriffs Civilian Oversight Committee Holds Town Hall on immigration 
August 10, 2017
Respect for immigrants and protecting public safety by ending deportations were dominant public comment during the L.A. County Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission’s town hall meeting on immigration at the UCLA Labor Center on Aug. 7. ... read more »
Mother sues L.A. County and Sheriffs Department in son’s death 
August 3, 2017
The mother of a slain man who suffered from mental illness has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the L.A. Sheriffs Department and City of Los Angeles. ... read more »
The Right to Vote in a Hostile Climate
July 27, 2017
Their talk streamed live from the Advancement Project’s national office on Facebook July 18. ... read more »
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