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Mothers In Action: Free COVID-19 Vaccines, Boosters, and Testing to Bring In Black History Month
February 3, 2022
The start of Black History Month facilitated a coming together of Mothers In Action (MIA), Taste of Soul, Brotherhood Crusade, and the Los Angeles Sentinel. ... read more »
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African American Heritage Month Schedule of Events Released
February 3, 2022
The Our Authors Study Club, Inc of Los Angeles (OASC), Mayor Eric Garcetti, and the City of Los Angeles have released their events schedule for Black History Month in 2022 ... read more »
Comeback Checks Program Open for Small Businesses
January 27, 2022
Round 3 of the City of Los Angeles Comeback Checks Program is now open. The program will provide $5,000 grants to 5,000 eligible businesses impacted by COVID-19. ... read more »
Earl Titus Family Expresses Thanks, Announces Plans
January 27, 2022
In response to the community’s expressions of sympathy and concern, the family of Earl Titus issued the following statement: ... read more »
Forkkio Leads Represent Justice in Advocating Legal System Reform
January 27, 2022
CEO Daniel Forkkio and Represent Justice are using storytelling, film and public engagement to create a demand to change the U.S. prison system. ... read more »
Tioni Theus Deserves Better 
January 27, 2022
When 24-year-old, UCLA grad student Brianna Kupfer was murdered at a furniture store in Los Angeles, I was quite shocked at how quickly the police and news media worked together to put the suspect’s description and photo out to the public. ... read more »
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LA City Attorney Announces Plan To Combat Increasing Gun Violence
January 24, 2022
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer today announced an eight-point plan to address increasing gun violence in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Reclaiming King, Ourselves and Our History: Intensifying Our Righteous and Relentless Struggle
January 20, 2022
In the midst of our rightful celebration of the life and legacy of Nana Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., it is important to note that no honor is more important, no action more essential than reclaiming his life and legacy as our own as a people.   ... read more »
Let’s Create an Infrastructure Policy that Builds Two Types of Bridges for a More Inclusive and Stronger Nation
January 20, 2022
Despite all the stresses, division, and crises of the past year, we Americans have the timely opportunity to achieve the togetherness and mutual benefits in the new year that can mark a significant turning point.  This opportunity lies within the recently passed $1.2 trillion brick-and-mortar infrastructure bill, which can help build bridges of inclusivity between mainstream construction industry businesses and small and diverse business enterprises, generate multiplicative community benefits, and serve as a replicable national model across many industries.  ... read more »
2022 LA County Homeless Count Postponed to Feb. 22-24 Due to COVID
January 14, 2022
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority announced today that its annual homeless count will be postponed one month due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, now taking place Feb. ... read more »
Metro To Close North Hollywood Bike Share Stations For 6-8 Weeks
January 14, 2022
 Metro's 23 dockless bike-share stations in North Hollywood will temporarily close for six to eight weeks starting Monday as the agency transitions them into 12 stations with docks. ... read more »
Victory
January 13, 2022
Sometimes we may see “the enemy” as a nation looming as a growing threat. Or we may see “the enemy” as COVID-19, delta, omicron, flurona or those to follow. We see many threats as what’s actually happening now and all around us. Behind all of this is a central cause. ... read more »
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