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Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners Hold Historic Meeting in South LA
September 28, 2017
In addition, the organization collected over 4,200 polls from South Los Angeles residents to gain a deeper understanding of the issues impacting their quality of life. ... read more »
The Positive Results Corporation Awarded Grant to Conduct Youth Leadership Workshops 
August 31, 2017
Kaiser Permanente has approved a $20,000 grant for The Positive Results Corporation to conduct youth mentoring, leadership and peer advocates workshops for youth in South Los Angeles and the Watts community. ... read more »
3 arrested at Los Angeles Police Commission meeting
August 24, 2017
Police could not immediately provide the names of the three people who were arrested. ... read more »
Rick Reed’s ‘First to Serve’ answers call for South L.A.’s underserved   
July 20, 2017
The devastation of drug and alcohol addiction is all too real in the communities of South Los Angeles. Many lack the resources necessary to overcome these diseases. In these communities, Black and Brown addicts are often overlooked and casted away unsympathetically. ... read more »
LeadersUp and USC team up to put 1,000 careers within reach for community members in South Los Angeles
June 16, 2017
LeadersUp is bringing its Net Opportunity Career Expo to South Los Angeles, connecting young adults and community members to 1,000 entry-level job opportunities with pathways to advancement from a cross-section of industries. ... read more »
Vetting the Victim 
June 1, 2017
The legal system in our country provides that criminal defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty- that presumption is even stronger if that criminal defendant is a police officer accused of excessive force. ... read more »
Shooting of 17-Year-Old Sparks Investigation 
June 1, 2017
Authorities last Friday were investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old boy in an unincorporated area near South Los Angeles. ... read more »
Is the ‘92 Uprising Losing Its DNA?
May 3, 2017
After the '92 uprising Blacks and Latinos separated and we no longer have the bond we had prior to this. ... read more »
Local Security Firm Continues to Help Bring Jobs
April 5, 2017
National Eagle Security, Inc. is bringing jobs to South Los Angeles with various projects ... read more »
Metro 3-2-17
March 2, 2017
Metro News for the Community! ... read more »
Vote No on Measure S
March 1, 2017
Los Angeles has the highest rents and the highest house prices of any city in the United States with more than one million people living in it ... read more »
Eso Won—The Community’s Bookstore
February 22, 2017
Through multiple locations and uncertain times, Eso Won continues to be a one-stop shop for African-American and Black literature ... read more »
Councilmember Marqueece Harris – Dawson honors Issa Rae on Black Women’s Day
February 22, 2017
Issa Rae built a social media empire garnering over 23 million views and over 200,000 YouTube subscribers to her renewed series “Awkward Black Girl” ... read more »
Measure S is Bad for Our Community
February 15, 2017
Measure S would completely put a stop to the building of any type of low or affordable housing for veterans, seniors, the homeless ... read more »
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