Councilwoman Heather Hutt

Opinion: Black Women Are Running for Change  

This is a year of opportunity for Black women in Politics in California. Voters of all races across this state must collectively seize this moment to affect the kind of transformative change we are all hoping to see.

Councilwoman Heather Hutt Fights for Rights of Working Families in Campaign for Reelection

As a child, Heather Hutt spent most of her time in City Hall with her mother, who worked for a Los Angeles City Council member. Hutt’s upbringing in this environment instilled in her the desire for public and community servitude and foretold her incumbency as the first Councilwoman for the Los Angeles’ 10th District, which she intends to keep.

L.A. County Fed Summit Tackles Poverty and Homelessness

  2 –   3 –   4  –   5 –           California’s newest United States Senator Laphonza Butler made a surprise appearance at the L.A. County Labor Federation’s first-ever Summit on Poverty & Homelessness on Friday, Oct. 13. During the symposium held at IBEW Local 11 in commerce, Butler joined hundreds of labor, political and community leaders to call for real policy change to help working families tackle the affordability crisis head-on. Butler is a former vice chair of L.A. County Fed. L.A. County Labor Fed President Yvonne Wheeler hosted the event with guests

Ivie McNeil Wyatt Purcell and Diggs Host 80th Anniversary Celebration Among Distinguished Guests and Friends

Ivie McNeill Wyatt Purcell & Diggs, the largest African American owned law firm in California, celebrated a major milestone in the firm’s history on the evening of Saturday, August 19. The 80th year anniversary had been long awaited, and the celebration was meticulously planned, against the backdrop of eight decades of excellence.