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Thurmond Plans to Bring California Schools Back to the Top 
October 18, 2018
Thurmond is running for State Superintendent for Public Instruction because he believes that every child should get the education they need to realize their potential. ... read more »
Compton College Ready to ‘Move Forward,’ Officials Said 
October 4, 2018
As Compton College’s partnership with El Camino is nearly complete, officials said they are ready to move forward, supporting its students and ensuring they have the tools to succeed. ... read more »
Dr. William King Joins Community for the Third Time at this Year’s Taste of Soul 
September 27, 2018
“Through college, through medical school, through my residency and post op school, I learned the importance of seeing my patients as my fellow community members,” said Los Angeles Internist, ... read more »
Prop 10 Will Do More Harm Than Good 
September 13, 2018
Los Angeles Sentinel Urges Community to Vote NO ON Proposition 10  ... read more »
Senator Harris Introduces Maternal Health Bill to Address Racial Disparities in Childbirth
September 6, 2018
Legislators said that the CARE Act creates two new grant programs focused on reducing racial disparities in maternal health. ... read more »
CEEM Invites Public to get to know them at L.A. County Fair 
August 30, 2018
Members of the Corporate Economic Empowerment Movement are inviting the public to get to know them and support their “mini take-over” of this year’s Los Angeles County Fair September 7-9. ... read more »
Report Illustrates Importance of Preventing Black Male School Suspension
August 23, 2018
A recently released report, conducted by three education professors at San Diego State University and UCLA, revealed disturbing data about black student suspension. ... read more »
Family Hires Cochran Firm in Wrongful Death Case against LAPD 
August 9, 2018
Family members of a woman shot and killed by Los Angeles police officers while she was being held hostage, have hired the Cochran firm to help them file a wrongful death and negligence claim against the department on their behalf. ... read more »
Local Specialist, Dr. Lorenzo Brown Makes Patient Care a Priority 
August 9, 2018
“I’ve worked especially hard to become a respected member of the medical community,” said otolaryngologist (or ear, nose and throat specialist) Dr. Lorenzo Brown.   ... read more »
Women Vets on Point Launches New Website Providing Better Pathways to Care 
July 26, 2018
Many of the challenges faced by women veterans are distinct from those faced by male veterans or other women ... read more »
Florence Corridor Between Crenshaw and Western Set for Improvements
July 26, 2018
The $40 million plan includes resurfacing many buildings and modernization of several of the real estate structures in need of serious upgrades. ... read more »
Regina Scott Makes History as First Black Female LAPD Deputy Chief
July 19, 2018
LAPD Chief Michel Moore delivers on promise of promoting African Americans to high ranking positions ... read more »
L.A. County Gets $40 Million for Housing and Infrastructure
July 12, 2018
The state of California recently awarded $40 million to Los Angeles County via three grants to support the development of affordable apartments and related infrastructure projects in the County’s unincorporated areas, said county officials. The projects will generate more than 320 new affordable apartments in a region beset by “skyrocketing housing costs”, they said. ... read more »
Study Aims to Dispel Rhetoric about Black Men’s Success
July 12, 2018
Members of The Institute for Family Studies released the results last Tuesday in Washington DC, hoping to dispel common rhetoric, they said, about Black men that is often negative. The study addressed the economic standing of Black men, avenues to success for them and how much of a sense of control individuals felt they had over their own lives. ... read more »
Young Activist, Entrepreneur Aims to Mitigate Water Crises First in Detroit, Then Around the World 
June 21, 2018
Twenty-five-year-old Abess Makki has a vested interest in creating better relationships between city governments and their residents. It’s not money per se, he says, but more so altruistic in promoting a streamlined way for residents to pay municipal expenses and for cities to receive them. ... read more »

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