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Trump’s Immigration Polices Continue to Terrorize as He Ends Program for Liberian Immigrants
March 29, 2018
As the conversation of immigration tends to focus on undocumented Latinos, the African population is just as much affected by Trump’s immigration policies and programs. ... read more »
Civil and Human Rights Organizations Discuss Guns, School Safety and its Impact on Students of Color
March 29, 2018
As national conversations express a need for stronger school security, many are concerned about how this will impact children of color and children with disabilities. ... read more »
LA FED Holds Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast
January 25, 2018
Over 1,000 community leaders, labor leaders, union members and elected officials gathered in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. ... read more »
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Radio Industry Share Thoughts on the Passing of Cliff Winston
January 11, 2018
The service was held at West Angeles C.O.G.I.C. North Campus Sanctuary. ... read more »
Crenshaw Community Concerns Invoke Gentrification Summit
December 7, 2017
Event organizer Damien Goodman founder of the Crenshaw Subway Coalition, noted, “Sixty percent of the room was black, but the rest was brown and yellow coming together. ... read more »
CDC Delivers Glimmer of HIV Hope
December 7, 2017
New CDC Vital Signs report finds that HIV is being diagnosed sooner after infection than was previously reported. ... read more »
Californians for Safety and Justice Celebrates 5 Years of Advocacy
November 16, 2017
The organization takes the holistic approach to Criminal Justice reform by dealing with the criminal system, the community, the victims and the incarcerated. ... read more »
Community Town Hall Focuses on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Book, “Where Do We Go from Here?”
November 16, 2017
The purpose is to build public power in community and increase civic engagement ... read more »
Defining Justice Forum Engages Conversation with Hollywood and Politicians
November 16, 2017
Google and the Atlantic publication invited California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, Filmmaker Ava DuVernay, and others to discuss criminal justice reform. ... read more »
2020 Census Apathy will be Detrimental to People of Color
October 12, 2017
In 2010, some states lost congressional seats and others gained them. For example, the Republican state of Texas gained four districts and Democratic led New York lost two. ... read more »
Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority Holds Information Session Aimed at Community to Help the Homeless
September 28, 2017
The session focused on statistics and information toward families and individuals living in Service Planning Area (SPA) 6, which covers much of South Los Angeles ... read more »
UC President Janet Napolitano Kicks Off Push for First Generation College Bound Students
August 31, 2017
The program focuses on stem, math and science. Napolitano stated, “I know particularly [in] the African American community, the churches are very strong institutions. ... read more »
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