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Vendors and Attendees express excitement for the Taste of Soul’s in-person return
October 20, 2022
Good vibes and energy permeated Saturday’s, October 15, Taste of Soul event which is probably what caused the rain and clouds that filled the sky earlier that morning to disappear. The free family street festival took place on the historic Crenshaw Blvd. and attracted thousands of people from all over to enjoy food, music, performances, and much more. The event took place virtually for the past two years because of the Covid-19 pandemic. ... read more »
End the Rail Family Feud – President Biden’s Neutral Panel Recommended the Way
September 13, 2022
Nobody wins when the family feuds. This often-quoted line from Jay-Z’s track “Family Feud” on his critically acclaimed album 4:44 perfectly describes the brewing crisis between the nations Class I railroads and their labor unions. ... read more »
Carletta Cole’s Nonprofit Helps Caregivers Receive Care
September 8, 2022
Caregiver Safe Place, Inc. was created to help caregivers get respite care and a little TLC. There is a job that millions of people do every day and it mostly goes unnoticed or acknowledged—caregiving. ... read more »
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Prosperity Market and Council District 10 Hosts Pop-Up Market Scavenger Hunt Finale
August 25, 2022
Prosperity Market in collaboration with Council District 10 is hosting a pop-up market at the newly minted Obama Sports Complex on Saturday, August 27, which will serve as the grand finale to its month-long Black Business Scavenger Hunt. ... 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 »
LACCT and The Links Host Leadership Institute and 69th Cotillion
July 28, 2022
The Los Angeles Chapter Charitable Trust (LACCT) and The Los Angeles (CA) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated launched their virtual Leadership Institute and 69th Cotillion Program on May 25. ... 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 »
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“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 »
Virtue Family Life Center Hosts Garden of Grace
June 1, 2022
In the year 2000, Women of Virtue became a place of unity for women. La Tanya Michelle Clark created a place of healing for those who may lost themselves while trying to manage careers and households. ... read more »
Black America deserves its fair share of the American Dream:   Affordable rentals shrinking, growing mortgage denials block homeownership    
April 28, 2022
Despite unprecedented federal housing assistance during the pandemic, a report by Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) finds stark racial and income divides in its analysis of the nation’s rental market. Nearly a quarter of Black renters were behind on rent in the third quarter of 2021, as well as 19% of Hispanic renters. By contrast, the share of white renters in arrears was half that: 9%.     ... read more »
Because Representation Matters – Discussing Tik Tok, Confidence, and the Power of Black Women with Model, Alexa McCoy
April 1, 2022
Alexa McCoy is a vibrant personality who is dominating the Tik Tok universe right now. With over seventy-thousand followers, the young influencer, and now model, is encouraging people to love themselves through her vulnerability and voice.  ... read more »
City of LA African American Heritage Month Celebration Kicks Off Black History Month
February 9, 2022
On February 4, a virtual opening ceremony kicked off the City of Los Angeles’ African American Heritage Month Celebration in honor of Black History Month. ... read more »
African American Entrepreneurs Head SPAC in $126.5 Million IPO to Acquire Black-owned Firms
January 6, 2022
The company’s directors are majority-minority including, Dr. Julianne Malveaux, MIT economist and Dean, College of Ethnic Studies, Cal State Los Angeles, Mr. Ronald Busby, Sr., President and CEO, US Black Chamber, Inc., and Mr. Patrick Linehan, Partner, Steptoe & Johnson. ... read more »
Losing Federal Unemployment Benefits or COBRA Health Plan Aid in September? Covered California Can Help
September 16, 2021
Most consumers can now qualify for comprehensive health coverage for just $1 per month. ... read more »
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