Supervisor Holly Mitchell

California Black Health Network Celebrates 40th Anniversary

More than 150 people converged at the top of Hotel Indigo on Dec. 7, to enjoy the 40th anniversary celebration of the California Black Health Network (CBHN), the only Black-led statewide organization that advocates for the health of Black Californians. 

California Latino Legislative Caucus Celebrates 50th Anniversary 

The California Latino Legislative Caucus (CLLC) celebrated its 50th anniversary with a black-tie event at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles last Friday. The event was a retrospective awards ceremony, honoring the achievements of the caucus over the past five decades.  

Hundreds Attend 4th Annual South L.A Pride

Hundreds attended the 4th annual South LA Pride celebration on July 1, at Norman O. Houston Park in Baldwin Hills. The event united South LA’s LGBTQ community and their allies for a family-friendly “Pride Picnic.”

GLAAAAC Honors Bakewell Family, Bradford at Economic Awards Dinner

The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) will recognize the Bakewell family and State Senator Steven Bradford at its Annual Economic Awards Dinner on Thursday, May 19, at 5:30 p.m., at the JW Marriott LA Live, 900 West Olympic Boulevard in downtown Los Angeles.

On 30th Anniversary, Los Angeles Reviews Impact of 1992 Civil Unrest  

Thirty years ago, on April 29 to May 4, 1992, the streets of South Los Angeles were on fire – literally and figuratively – with both structures and tempers flaring due to the acquittal of four White LAPD officers charged with the horrific beating of Black motorist Rodney King. 

Supervisor Holly Mitchell Named Los Angeles Sentinel Person of the Year

Supervisor Holly Mitchell holds herself accountable for producing physical change on every level of public service. Her work has led to advancement in human compassion and growth within diverse communities. Mitchell has found the tools to sculpt an inclusive design of the nation.

Exclusive: Gov. Newsom Talks Reparations, Recall and Future Goals

The dialogue occurred on Thursday, September 30, following Newsom’s signing of legislation to return Bruce’s Beach to the descendants of the original owners of the resort. Brooks met with the governor on the Bruce family property in Manhattan Beach and questioned him on reparations, the recent gubernatorial recall and his future goals.

L.A. County Board Looks to Watchdog Agency to Take On Deputy Cliques

Responding to a RAND Corp. report finding that deputy cliques accused of gang-like behavior still exist with the sheriff’s department, the Board of Supervisors today tasked the Civilian Oversight Commission with developing a plan to eradicate these groups.