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Percy (Master P) Miller and His Family Continue to Celebrate the Community
December 5, 2019
Miller’s Give Back with Love, Food And Fellowship at Thanksgiving—Twenty-one years of giving in Compton. ... read more »
SoLa Impact’s Annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony Concludes at USC
July 8, 2019
SoLa Impact and its non-profit affiliate, the SoLa I CAN! Foundation, along with its philanthropic partner, Romeo Miller, awarded nearly $100,000 in financial aid grants to twenty-seven deserving students at its annual scholarship awards ceremony yesterday held at the University of Southern California. All of the recipients demonstrated academic excellence, strong community service, and plan to pursue higher education in the fall. Among friends and family of the SoLa Scholars as well as leaders in philanthropy, entertainer Romeo Miller, producer Arabian Prince, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, all spoke about their strong connection to the community. ... read more »
NAACP Partners with We Tv In Multi-Platform Effort to Underscore the Importance of Voting in the Mid-Term Election
October 11, 2018
NAACP, the nation’s foremost civil rights organization, today announced a partnership with WE tv, the #1 cable network for African-American viewers on Thursday nights, that encourages the channel’s viewers to make their voices heard by voting on November 6. The non-partisan effort features WE tv talent delivering the “get out the vote” message that underscores the importance of participating in the democratic process and emphasizes that together with the NAACP, WE make a difference. ... read more »
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Vision To Learn and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Improve Eyesight in Compton Unified School District 
May 31, 2018
Celebrities and athletes joined the two organizations as they made wearing glasses cool again.  ... read more »
Master P, Romeo, Baron Davis Spread Holiday Cheer in Compton As Part of Mayor’s 5th Annual Toy Giveaway
December 21, 2017
Compton Mayor Aja Brown and Councilwoman Emma Sharif along with a host of celebrities brought Christmas to Compton. ... read more »
WE tv’s “Growing Up Hip Hop” Three Years and Going Strong
July 27, 2017
The discussion was moderated by Dwandalyn Reece, curator of music and performing arts (NMAAHC) and Timothy Anne Burnside, curatorial museum specialist (NMAAHC). ... read more »
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