Saturday, December 3, 2022
Improving Community Health Outcomes Through Community Health Workers
October 27, 2022
Community health workers (CHWs), known in Latino communities as promotoras, are community members who provide health education and linkage to health services in their communities. CHWs deliver these services through a cultural lens representative of their community. They help to bridge the gap between the medical providers and communities suffering from poor health outcomes.   ... read more »
TOS Feature: Divas In Power  
September 29, 2022
Divas In Power is one of the lovely organizations that you will find at this year’s Taste of Soul Family Festival ... read more »
TOS Feature: Lioness Publishing  
September 22, 2022
Latrice Slaughter is returning TOS vendor, who’s been a staple part of this community and family for the last six years.  ... read more »
Theodore L. Jackson, Jr. to be Honored with a Memorial Bench in his Name
September 8, 2022
The late Theodore L. Jackson, Jr., affectionately known as “Ted”, the son of the late Theodore L. Jackson, Sr., M.D. and Mrs. Gloria Washington Jackson and a great-grandson of Booker T. Washington, will be commemorated in an activity filled weekend celebration of his life. ... read more »
A Ray of Light, Love, and Laughter. Celebrating the Life of Teddy Ray
September 1, 2022
Los Angeles born-and-bred comedian, Teddy Ray (Theadore Brown), was a hilarious and beloved performer who filled many of our homes and hearts with laughter. Born on July 30, ... read more »
Aventiv Technologies and the Jenesse Center Present “Working Women: Life After Incarceration” Panel
August 18, 2022
On August 11 , Aventiv Technologies joined the Jenesse Center for a community discussion on how to best support a group that society often forgets—women who are formally incarcerated. ... read more »
The Getty Center Continues its 25th Anniversary Celebration on Crenshaw 
August 18, 2022
This weekend, August 13 and 14, the Getty center partnered with Crenshaw Creative for “Crenshaw Remembers” and to celebrate its 25th anniversary at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza. Crenshaw Remembers celebrated the “memories of the Crenshaw district.”  ... read more »
Drew CDC Celebrates Back2School Community Resources Event
August 11, 2022
On Saturday, August 6th, 2022, Drew Child Development Corporation (Drew CDC) celebrated the beginning of the school year through their 6th annual Back2School Community Resources Event. ... read more »
MIA Hosts 24th Annual Back To School Event August 13th  
August 11, 2022
On August 13th, Mothers In Action will be hosting their 24th annual Back-To-School at Exposition Park, 3998 Hoover St. Los Angeles, CA 90037).   ... read more »
WriteGirl Opens Applications for New Mentees and Mentors
August 11, 2022
WriteGirl is seeking woman and gender-expansive writers in all genres, including fiction, poetry, journalism, screenwriting, songwriting, copywriting, business writing and more to help mentor teens. ... read more »
Prosperity Market’s Second Annual Black Business Scavenger Hunt Returns in August
August 4, 2022
This August, Prosperity Market–a roving farmers market spotlighting Black farmers, food producers, and chefs–hosts a Black Business Scavenger Hunt that takes Angelenos on a journey across the city through Inglewood, Compton, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Pasadena, the Valley and more. ... read more »
Non-Profit Organization A Taste of Culture Slated to Host Recruitment Drive for Students Interested in HBCU Enrollment
August 4, 2022
In conjunction with A Taste of Culture, L.E.A.P is excited to announce its recruitment drive for West Coast students interested in enrolling in Philander Smith College, an HBCU. The event will be held on August 6, 2022, at 6pm during the Parks After Dark End of Summer Extravaganza at Loma Alta Park in Altadena. ... read more »
Alliance - All 12 Pro Sports Team United – Plans Student-Led Unity March & Dialogue
July 21, 2022
On July 24, in an annual event that celebrates the 12 pro sports teams of greater Los Angeles and Orange County coming together to use sports to drive social change, local youth, LAPD officers, community members and civic leaders, the public is encouraged to join the Alliance Unity March & Dialogue. Each year, the student-led march emphasizes what change we can make when we stand united and work together to end racial inequality. The event begins at 9am.  ... read more »
Thousands Attend Bill Pickett Rodeo
July 21, 2022
Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo (BPIR) and Toyota announced the Toyota BPIR “Greatest Show on Dirt” Traveling Museum. Alongside the BPIR 22 Tour, The Traveling Museum has toured the country to tell the stories of Black Cowboys and Cowgirls who traveled the U.S. with the world’s leading all-Black touring rodeo. ... read more »
UPDATE: ‘We Are The Hands, The Feet, and The Voice For Those Who Cannot Do For Themselves’
July 21, 2022
Dr. Belinda Allen is a dynamic woman who has dedicated her life to giving back to the City of Los Angeles, as well as the Black community. ... read more »

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