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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 »
Max Muncy Shines Under Friday Night Lights As Dodgers Steamroll Giants 9-1
July 25, 2020
As the sun set over Dodger Stadium on Friday evening, Max Muncy homered twice and doubled before an unusual crowd filled with cardboard cutouts that stood in the place of real fans and crowd noise was pumped in to simulate the Friday Night Lights players are accustomed to as the Dodgers cruised to a 9-1 win over their storied rivals, the San Francisco Giants.  ... read more »
Los Angeles City Mayor Launches New L.A. Mask Print Project to Encourage Angelenos to Wear Face Coverings in Public
July 22, 2020
Wednesday, July 22, Los Angeles City Mayor announced the launch of the L.A. Mask Print Project. It will help reach even more people with a clear message: when you wear a mask, you stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep everyone healthy and safe. “The city is looking to collaborate with small business throughout this directive, to distribute posters through Los Angeles. ... read more »
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Golden Globe Awards Blackout — Travesty or Testament?
January 16, 2020
Black talent being shut out of the Golden Globes is not just a travesty but also a testament to the power of the work and the narratives being told that challenge the status quo. Why folks assume that awards shows invested in the same media industries that continue to perpetuate and recycle the vilest stereotypes of black identity and behavior would somehow acknowledge the stories, performances and behind-the-scenes work that challenges dominant ways of thinking about Black people on and off-screen is befuddling. ... read more »
HBCU in LA Premieres Student Film ‘Uchawi’ with Rep. Maxine Waters in Attendance
August 15, 2019
Last week marked the culmination of the 2019 HBCU in LA program, an 8- to 10-week summer experience during which HBCU students from across the country gain access to coveted opportunities in the entertainment industry through training and internships. As they pursue paid internship positions, they are housed in Los Angeles free of charge, ensuring that they are not barred from participating due to low-income status. HBCU in LA is the signature program of the Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP), a recruitment and diversity program that seeks to give students of all backgrounds the tools needed to succeed in the entertainment industry. ... read more »
CJ Faison In Award-Winning L.A. Millennial Focused Series ‘Giants’
April 25, 2019
“Giants” is now heading into its second season on CLEO TV. The show has already stacked several awards from the Streamys, International Academy of Web Television, and the Houston Black Film Festival. The show also has 11 upcoming Daytime Emmy Awards nominations. ... read more »
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