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COMMENTARY: Collision Course (Part 2)
November 23, 2022
“Although I have no personal knowledge of when Dr. King died, I fully support the research of Dr. William Pepper, who has established that King's life was terminated at the hospital. His research came through a credible witness, Johnton Shelby, whose mother personally witnessed the event. According to these sources, King did not die immediately, but shortly after being shot and transported to the hospital, when he was smothered to death with a pillow by the head surgeon, Dr. Breen Bland.” — Phillip F. Nelson, author of “Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King,” in an interview with Our Weekly. ... read more »
Updated Booster is Here, Just in Time for the Holiday Season
November 17, 2022
Thanksgiving is next week, and Christmas is around the corner. The holiday season has officially arrived. Now that the updated booster authorized for individuals as young as five, we’re even closer to ensuring the whole family is protected during fall and winter when the spread of respiratory viruses is at its peak. ... read more »
Mother-Daughter Duo Releases Debut Book “Dancing on the Moon”
October 13, 2022
Mommy-Daughter duo, Mina and Maliyah London have published their debut children’s book, “Dancing On The Moon”, a story that instills children everywhere to dream big.  ... read more »
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Oral Health is Important for Young Children
July 14, 2022
Many parents believe that oral health and visiting a dentist is not needed in the first few years of life, especially since these are not your baby’s permanent teeth. Unfortunately, this is not true.   ... read more »
“Baby Drivers” Series Follows Troy Adams Coaching the Pro Drivers of the Future
June 16, 2022
The new Discovery+ series “Baby Drivers” shows the Black-owned Adams Motorsport Park cultivating young drivers with the hope of them becoming racing superstars. ... read more »
Allergies: What Are They and How Do They Affect My Child?
June 11, 2022
Picture this: it’s springtime and your child comes to you with sneezing, a stuffy or runny nose, itchy eyes, throat clearing, and possibly even a rash. What is going on? This is likely allergies. ... read more »
Five Ways to Support Your Child’s Mental Health
June 8, 2022
During the recent virtual town hall titled “Mental Wealth: COVID’s Impact on Mental Health in the Black Community,” a panel of trusted doctors discussed insights into how parents and caregivers can support their children’s mental health during the pandemic and beyond. ... read more »
New Study: COVID-19 Numbers Surged For Children
May 11, 2022
Through the winter, children and teenagers were affected tremendously by the omicron variant with antibodies detected in 75% of the largely unvaccinated population. ... read more »
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Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: ‘House Has Votes to Pass Reparations Bill’
March 17, 2022
“This has been a 30-plus year journey,” Congresswoman Jackson Lee declared. “We had to take a different approach. We had to go one by one to members explaining this does not generate a check.” Congresswoman Jackson Lee said this week that there’s now enough votes in the House for passage of the historic piece of legislation. ... read more »
Protecting Kids from COVID-19 Protects Us All
March 16, 2022
Children’s exposure to the COVID-19 virus in schools, social events, and in family settings puts them, their loved ones and communities at greater risk for infection, making their vaccination more important than ever. ... read more »
‘How High Is Heaven?’ – Discussing COVID, Loss, and Faith with Best-Selling Author, Linsey Davis
February 16, 2022
When Linsey Davis’ seven-year-old son came home in a huff, asking, “Why do my friends have two grandpas and two grandmas, and I don’t?” She knew she had some explaining to do. ... read more »
Kiesha Nix Makes History as First Black Woman VP in Laker Organization
October 28, 2021
Kiesha Nix has been entrusted with the responsibility to lead the Los Angeles Lakers in public service as the vice president of Charitable Affairs, making history as the first woman of color in a vice president position. ... read more »
After 13 Years, Black and Missing Foundation Still Searching for Thousands of Missing People of Color
October 7, 2021
The estimated number of missing persons is simultaneously incomplete and cringeworthy. One count suggests that of the more than 600,000 individuals currently reported missing, more than 200,000 are individuals of color. Still, Natalie Wilson and her sister-in-law Derrica Wilson founded the Black and Missing Foundation forge ahead to bring attention and closure to the ever-growing number of cases in minority communities. ... read more »
Children Can Receive Free Lunches at Select Los Angeles Parks Through Aug. 9
June 17, 2021
The Summer Food Service Program aims to ensure that children in Los Angeles have access to nutritious lunches when school is not in session. ... read more »
Harris touts child care funding and payments to families
June 13, 2021
Vice President Kamala Harris highlighted the Biden administration's efforts to expand child care and relieve the financial pressures of parenthood during a visit to a child care center on Friday. ... read more »
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