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Entries Now Accepted for L.A.’s 2023 African American Heritage Guide
November 3, 2022
Our Authors Study Club, Inc. of Los Angeles (OASC) and Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) are planning for the 2023 African American Heritage Guide. ... read more »
Brother-Coach Duo Revamps Bellflower Football
October 4, 2022
Longtime high school football coach Jason Miller now is the head coach of the Bellflower high school football team. Miller has led the Bellflower Buccaneers to a 6-1 overall record during this season. ... read more »
Chancellor Reveals New and Expanded Financial Aid for Community College Students 
September 29, 2022
New and updated financial support for the state's community college attendees, including changes to the Cal Grant and expanded aid for new and returning students, has been announced by California Community Colleges Chancellor Dr. Daisy Gonzales. ... read more »
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Teacher Shortages are Real, But Not for the Reasons You Heard
September 15, 2022
Everywhere, it seems, back-to-school has been shadowed by worries of a teacher shortage. The U.S. education secretary has called for investment to keep teachers from quitting. ... read more »
EECI Business Seminars Make Last Stop at Roosevelt Park on August 6 By Sentinel News Service
August 4, 2022
The Entrepreneur Educational Center (EECI) is hosting the last stop on its free Open-to-the-Public business seminar series this Saturday, August 6th, at Franklin D. Rosevelt Park, 7600 Graham Avenue in East Los Angeles, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm. ... read more »
CSU Dominguez Hills Hosts CLBC’S African American Leaders Program
July 21, 2022
The African American Leaders for Tomorrow Program started on July 20 at California State University at Dominguez Hills. ... read more »
The Person Has Been Rated RESILIENT
July 14, 2022
Resilient Walker is the title of all things – Dr. Shree Walker’s book, the name of her company, as well as the word’s the educator, motivational speaker, and CEO lives by. ... read more »
Thurmond’s Equity Initiatives Gain National Recognition
July 14, 2022
Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond's Task Force on Closing the Achievement Gap has been the source of a number of recommendations advancing equity for all students. ... read more »
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Bill Calling for Targeted Funding for Low-Performing Black Students Moves Forward
July 7, 2022
A bill that would generate over $400 million for an estimated 785 public school districts across the state to provide critically needed academic support for Black students is on its way to the California Senate Committee on Appropriations. ... read more »
Reflecting on the Past, Looking Toward the Future
June 16, 2022
Standing on the word of God and His promises to me, I was able to be a 2021 High School Honors Graduate, as well as a 2022 Santa Monica College Honors Graduate, receiving an AA Degree at 17-years-old! ... read more »
Smith Joins Community Coalition as First Chief Strategy Officer
April 28, 2022
As Community Coalition’s inaugural chief strategy officer, Smith will develop initiatives to support South L.A. residents - especially Black and Brown Angelenos - in overcoming systemic and institutional barriers in education and other areas. He will also assist in guiding outreach efforts and launch the group’s new National Center for Community Organizing. ... read more »
Ballmer Group Grant to Crystal Stairs, Inc., Advances Equity and Economic Mobility for African American Child Care Providers
April 21, 2022
A $1,300,000 grant from the Ballmer Group to Crystal Stairs, Inc. (CSI) is lighting the path toward equity and economic mobility for African American child care providers in South Los Angeles and paving a bright future for Black children and families with increased quality of care and education. ... read more »
Deadline for Business Property Statements Fast Approaching 
March 31, 2022
There’s a deadline fast approaching that oftentimes is overlooked but is significant nevertheless — the Business Property Statements. And the deadline is here.  ... read more »
California Democratic Party Adopts Platform Language Prioritizing Black Student Achievement 
March 23, 2022
On March 6, the California Democratic Party (CDP) adopted language brought forth by the CDP Black Caucus into the 2022 California Democratic Party Platform that supports California’s Black students.   ... read more »
Check Your Breast
March 23, 2022
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released that Black women are 40% more likely to die of breast cancer than white women. One in eight women born today will have breast cancer in their lifetime, however, many women still lack proper education on breast health.   ... read more »
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