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Police Commission OKs Plan For More Funding, Training for LAPD
September 28, 2021
   The Los Angeles Police Department -- which has a $1.76 billion budget this fiscal year -- had initially submitted a proposal seeking an additional $66.7 million to incorporate 106 recommendations from three reports that found the department mishandled aspects of its response to last year's protests against racism and police brutality in the wake of George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis. ... read more »
Pop-Up Event Brings BET Weekend Festivities to Skid Row
July 4, 2019
Just blocks away from the Microsoft Theatre, where the awards show took place, is Skid Row, an area in Downtown Los Angeles where an estimated 2,000 peopleare living and experiencing homelessness, mental illness and other traumas. The ailing symptoms of L.A.’s homeless crisis create the essence of the neighborhood, with a majority of its residents being Black. One BET Weekend event acknowledged this community at the 2ndAnnual “Who I Am: Homeless but Human Pop-Up Festival.” ... read more »
Black Lives Matter Activists Criticize Selection of Moore as LAPD Chief
June 11, 2018
Garcetti was given three finalists to choose from by the board, the civilian body that oversees the LAPD. They were Moore, San Francisco Police Chief William “Bill” Scott and Deputy LAPD Chief Robert Arcos. Moore has been with the department since 1981. ... read more »
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Dignity and Power Now and Local Community Organizations Bail Black Mother Out of Jail for Mother’s Day
May 17, 2017
The L.A. based group’s efforts are a part of a nationwide campaign called National Mama’s Bail Out Day ... read more »
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