Pioneering Black feminist Dorothy Pitman Hughes dies at 84

Dorothy Pitman Hughes, a pioneering Black feminist, child welfare advocate and lifelong community activist who toured the country speaking with Gloria Steinem in the 1970s and appears with her in one of the most iconic photos of the second-wave feminist movement, has died. She was 84.

The Brave New Normal

The virus called SARS-COV2, causes a disease known as COVID-19 which is having a historical and unprecedented impact across the globe. Because this transformative pandemic has touched or altered everyone in the world’s life or lifestyle the return to normalcy is but a faded memory.

Mayor Garcetti Confirms L.A. Will Not be on Lockdown for Three More Months Due to COVID-19

Wednesday, May 13, Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti clarified what the Safer at Home order Extension means for the livelihood of each Angeleno. Mayor Garcetti explained massive amounts of people reached out to him concerned about the initiative. Garcetti broke down the new directive to a digestible size and shared the data supporting the future movements in recovery for Los Angeles.

Mt. Sinai Opens Early Learning Center

     Dedication, ribbon-cutting and school tours planned for the Sept. 7 ceremony The Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church will open a new preschool — Mt. Sinai Early Learning Center — at a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 1 p.m., at 3717 W. 54th St., in Los Angeles. According to Pastor George E. Hurtt, the public is invited to participate in the celebration and tour the new school. “The toddler center provides a diverse educational experience and attentive childcare. Children, ages two through five, enjoy a rigorous and age-appropriate curriculum, patterning child growth and development practices,”