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Young Activist Destiny Helligar Shakes Up School Systems One Curriculum at a Time
March 23, 2022
At sixteen years old, Destiny Helligar is already making history within Los Angeles.  ... read more »
California Pageant Queens Will Use Their Voice to Raise Awareness About Mental Health
March 23, 2022
The reigning Miss Black CA USA Autumn Rae and Miss Black CA USA Talented Teen Nasreen El-Shabazz are coming together to use their pageant platform to bring awareness and resolution to depression, ... 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 »
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Getty Trust to Host Free Community Festivals
March 16, 2022
The J. Paul Getty Trust is partnering with community groups across Los Angeles County to launch a ten-part series of free, outdoor community art festivals.  ... read more »
Jazzy Jam for Empowerment’s “Yes! That’s My Dress!” Event
March 15, 2022
On March 26, 2022 Pasadena non-profit Jazzy Jams For Empowerment will be hosting a community event, “Yes! That’s My Dress!” A prom dress pop-up giveaway designed to get young women of color prepared the 2022 prom season. ... read more »
Grant Funds Now Available for South LA Community Organizations
March 10, 2022
Los Angeles Council District Eight has officially launched the CD8 Community Based Organization Grant Fund. ... read more »
HBO Network Releases Premieres New Show, ‘Winning Time: The Rise of The Lakers Dynasty’
March 10, 2022
HBO Network released a new show, “Winning Time: The Rise of The Lakers Dynasty” on March 6th, 2022. ... read more »
LA Sanitation and Environment Hosting Clothing Drive
March 10, 2022
The Solid Resources Citywide Recycling Division (SRCRD) of LA Sanitation and Environment is inviting the Los Angeles community to donate new and gently-used clothing for men, women, and children. ... read more »
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CALL FOR THEATER ARTIST – Voices of the Rebellion Deadline Extended
March 10, 2022
In conjunction with and support of Monumental Los Angeles April 29th-May 4th, 2022, Twinbiz is proud to announce that the Department of Cultural Affairs’ Leimert Park Cultural Hub will commission a total of six playwrights, actors, or spoken word artists to create and perform original or historical works in theatrical observance of the 30th anniversary of the LA Civil Uprising. ... read more »
Keeping Your Brain Healthy – Small Changes Today May Help Reduce Your Risk for Alzheimer’s Tomorrow
March 9, 2022
Your brain is an amazing organ. It helps you walk, talk, think, eat, breathe, and remember things. It works all day and night, silently in the background. It is a body part that is critical to life, but we don’t often think about what we can do to keep our brains healthy.   ... read more »
LA Pride Set to Return June 12
March 3, 2022
The LA Pride Parade, canceled for the past two years, is returning and taking a new route in the community where the movement started. ... read more »
CSU Dominguez Hills University Art Gallery Presents an Exhibition of Work by Lauren Halsey
March 3, 2022
The University Art Gallery at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) proudly presents a solo exhibition of work by the Los Angeles-based artist Lauren Halsey.  ... read more »
“Black History is L.A. History”
March 3, 2022
The history of Los Angeles has made a major impact on the history of black people. Black Angelenos have broken barriers, creating illustrious businesses, taking ownership of property, creating cultural institutions, and so much more since the city’s start over 150 years ago. ... read more »
OGX Beauty Presents “Love Labs”: An Exploratory Hair Experience
March 3, 2022
February 25-27 brought the opening of OGX’s first pop-up in Los Angeles, “Love Labs”, at Santa Monica Place. ... read more »
LA City Council Seeks Incentives for ADUs, Expansion of Homebuyer Program
March 3, 2022
The Los Angeles City Council passed two motions on Feb. 22, as part of a legislative package introduced at the start of the year by Council President Nury Martinez aimed at “Breaking the Cycle of Poverty.” ... read more »
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