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“Care First, Jails Last” for a Healthier, Safer Los Angeles County
April 9, 2020
Far too many people cycle in and out of jail instead of getting the support they need to lead healthy and productive lives ... read more »
Artist and Activist Addresses Mass Incarceration with Exhibit 
February 14, 2019
Ise Lyfe’s smallasaGIANT project looks to be the beginning of change in the juvenile justice system.  ... read more »
Improving Black/Latino Relations is Their Job, Not Others’
October 12, 2018
Improving Black/Latino relations was never really a major political priority in Los Angeles but should have been. Why? Sustainable collaboration between the two groups, based on mutual respect and an explicit commitment to honor the terms of any agreement to work together, is really the only way to strengthen their relationship and respective goals. ... read more »
2018 Jazz at Drew Music Festival Brings ‘Great Music with A Greater Mission’ Back to South Los Angeles
October 11, 2018
After 7, The S.O.S Band, Miki Howard and more headlined annual fundraiser that has displayed jazz and R&B in a range of styles for over two decades. ... read more »
The Fight Is On To Protect Health Care In California, Says Foundation Head
January 25, 2017
Robert K. Ross, the foundation’s president and CEO, was one of the founding board members of the state’s health insurance exchange, Covered California ... read more »
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