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Rideshare Workers Urge Legislation Maintaining Flexibility Along with Fair Labor Practices
July 18, 2019
The discussion at the press conference was focused on the recent Dynamex legislation that participants say, puts a limit on how contractors can govern their work day. ... read more »
YWCA Los Angeles Honors Phenomenal Women
May 16, 2019
Over 400 guests gathered at the Omni Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles May 9, for the 2019 YWCA Phenomenal Woman Awards Luncheon. ... read more »
Surgeon General Visits South L.A. School as Part of Statewide Listening Tour
May 9, 2019
California Surgeon General, Nadine Burke Harris visited Locke Early Education Center to help staff and students celebrate Dias de Los Ninos ... read more »
Support Program for Mentally Ill Inmates Expands in L.A. County
May 2, 2019
The program seeks to provide permanent supportive housing to individuals who are homeless, have a mental health and/or substance use disorder, and who are incarcerated in the Los Angeles County Jail. ... read more »
County Breaks Ground on New MLK Child and Family Wellbeing Center
May 2, 2019
The Center will open with 3 floors where a variety of services for patients with special needs ... read more »
Black Engineer Students Join GRID Program, Install Solar Panel for Low Income Family 
April 11, 2019
A student member of the National Society of Black Engineers recently shared her experience as part of the  GRID Alternatives Solar Spring Break program with the Sentinel, telling of a recent project with fellow students in Long Beach where they installed a solar paneling system for a low income family there. ... read more »
FBI Aims to Build Relationship with Los Angeles’ Black Community
April 11, 2019
Members of the organization’s Los Angeles field office visit faith-based and community leaders for an open forum on March 26. ... read more »
Pre-Teen Cystic Fibrosis Patient, An Inspiration to Others 
April 4, 2019
Encouragement comes in so many forms and eleven-year-old Christian Collins is one of them. His biggest goal in life, he said, is to inspire others; to make sure they know that anything is possible. It would be a venture in cliché’ except for the fact that Collins is one of 30,000 Americans who suffer from Cystic Fibrosis.   ... read more »
Governor Gives Long Reprieve to State’s Death Row Inmates 
March 21, 2019
Newsom told the press during a conference call on March 19, that the nearly 800 prisoners on death row will not face execution during his administration.   ... read more »
Councilwoman Nury Martinez: Working Toward a More Viable, More Inclusive L.A. 
March 7, 2019
The Sentinel recently caught up with Martinez, to talk about these issues, giving residents some insight into how their council members are working for them. She and her colleagues, she said, are looking to move toward a more viable and cleaner Los Angeles, that includes every neighborhood, even those traditionally left behind.   ... read more »
Report Sheds Light on Georgia’s Voting System Failures  
February 21, 2019
The Coalition for Good Governance released a report this month highlighting a significant number of drop off votes for lieutenant governor in the state of Georgia, the highest number from largely black neighborhoods, they said. ... read more »
Dr. Bluthenthal Appointed Associate Dean for Social Justice at USC’s Keck
February 7, 2019
In his new role, with specific goals and plans in mind, he will establish an office specifically dealing with social health issues ... read more »
Garcetti Urges Citizens to ‘Take Back Their Power’ at 2019 Conference of Mayors 
January 31, 2019
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti praised American mayors for moving their cities forward despite the chaotic politics in Washington D.C. during this year’s U.S. Conference of Mayors on January 24 ... read more »
WIC Offering Benefits to Federal Employees Affected by Shutdown
January 24, 2019
About 380,000 federal employees were furloughed, and an additional 420,000 employees for affected agencies were expected to work with their pay delayed ... read more »
Thousands Gather for Third Annual Women’s March Downtown 
January 24, 2019
Both men and women filled the streets with picket signs that decried a variety of issues including immigration, the government shutdown and most notably women’s health and financial rights. ... read more »
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