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Gov’t Agencies Say They Want More Black Californians to Access Jobs, Training
May 5, 2022
Last week, the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency, San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board, and the Riverside County Workforce Development Board held a summit at the March Field Air Museum in Riverside to discuss persistent employment and labor challenges. ... read more »
‘Masks Are Coming Off, But the CA Housing Industry Remains Unstable’ – IERC Provides Housing Counseling to Keep You In Your Home
March 23, 2022
Millions of California homeowners face foreclosure, eviction, and never being able to afford to buy their own home. ... read more »
CSUSB Names New Associate Vice President for Philanthropic Giving
February 17, 2022
California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) announced the appointment of Adrian Paul Stevens as associate Vice President for Philanthropic Giving with responsibility for campus fundraising efforts. ... read more »
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COVID Winter Surge Brings New Challenges for Elder and Youth Health Care
January 27, 2022
The COVID-19 winter surge has impacted different age groups in different ways, as caretakers struggle to take care of the elderly during this pandemic and parents remain wary of their children returning to in-person classes. ... read more »
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California Announces CEO Retirement
October 7, 2021
Vince Bryson to retire in January 2022, after 22 years with the Organization After more than two decades with the organization, Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Southern California (RMHCSC) today announced that Chief Executive Officer Vince Bryson plans to retire in January 2022. ... read more »
California Foundations Drop $100 Million in ‘Black Freedom Fund’
February 11, 2021
Last week, philanthropic organizations and other funders joined hands to launch the California Black Freedom Fund (CBFF), a new $100 million initiative that will provide resources to Black-led organizations in the state of California over the next five years. ... read more »
VSEDC Shares the Wealth with Southern Los Angeles, Creating Businesses and Job Opportunities in the Vermont-Slauson Area for over 40 years
December 24, 2020
The Vermont Slauson Economic Development (VSEDC) Corporation has planted many seeds throughout Southern Los Angeles. They grow into fields of abundance and harvested wealth within underrepresented communities. VSEDC has plowed many opportunities for first-time business owners with the mission to “expand the needs for economic and small business development solutions in South Los Angeles.”   ... read more »
Black, Red & Ready: African American Republicans Want to Turn Deep Blue California Purple
December 5, 2019
By increasing the number of Black Republicans holding political office in the state and inspiring more Black Californians to vote red, they believe their efforts will purple the deep blue African American vote in the fourth bluest of blue states in the country, according to a ranking by The Hill, a Washington D.C.-based website that covers the U.S. Congress, Presidency and national politics. ... read more »
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Dynamex Law Will Gut Black Newspapers in California
September 12, 2019
This is a direct appeal to Governor Newsom, Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez and our entire state legislature. I’m writing this on behalf of the more than 20 African American-owned newspapers that operate in cities and towns across California. ... read more »
Some Californians Say Moving from Natural Gas to Electricity Will Cost Too Much
August 29, 2019
About a month ago, business and political representatives from more than 20 cities across the Inland Empire  - a metropolitan area east of Los Angeles that covers parts of Riverside and San Bernardino counties - held a press conference in the city of Riverside. At the meeting, they sounded off against new California Energy Commission and California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) rules designed to move energy users away from natural gas, toward electric power. ... read more »
Treasurer Appoints Distinguished Transportation Experts Dr. Beverly Scott and Frederick Jordan to High-Speed Rail Authority Peer Review Group
May 9, 2019
California Treasurer Fiona Ma has appointed two prominent African American transportation experts, Mr. Frederick Jordan of San Francisco and Dr. Beverly A. Scott of Albany, to the California High-Speed Rail Authority Peer Review Group. ... read more »
Metrolink Board Names Stephanie Wiggins as Chief Executive Officer
December 19, 2018
The Board of Directors of Metrolink today named Stephanie Wiggins Metrolink’s Chief Executive Officer. Wiggins is currently the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro). ... read more »
Los Angeles Nonprofits Receive Over $1 Million in Economic Development Grants from Bank of America to Stimulate Business and Neighborhood Revitalization
November 19, 2018
Bank of America announced $1,124,000 in economic development grants given to 52 nonprofits that help stimulate local business and neighborhood revitalization in communities across Los Angeles. Nonprofits receiving the funds provide services ranging from affordable housing and community development resources to small business support and arts and culture programs that stimulate the local economy. ... read more »
Housing Affordability in California Hits New Low
November 9, 2017
The effective composite interest rate in second-quarter 2017 was 4.09 percent and 3.76 percent in the third quarter of 2016. ... read more »
L.A. Clippers Purchase NBA Development League Team
May 20, 2017
– Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario to Debut in 2017-18 Season – ... read more »
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