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L.A. Rams Rookies Host Football Clinic in Inglewood
July 21, 2022
In June, members of the Los Angeles Rams rookie class facilitated a free coed football clinic for the students of the Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) at Crozier Middle School. Over 300 students came out and learned different drills from the new players. ... read more »
The ALLIANCE in Partnership with Brotherhood Crusade is Holding its Second Annual Unity March & Dialogue on July 24th  
July 14, 2022
In a youth-led event on July 24th that will bring together local youth, community members, LAPD officers, civic leaders as well as representatives from the 12 pro sports organizations of greater Los Angeles, the public is welcomed to join The Alliance Unity March & Dialogue that will again emphasize Los Angeles is united against racism.  ... read more »
New Booklet Trains Youth Leaders to Become COVID-19 Activists
July 7, 2022
A new booklet, designed to assist youth when talking to other youth about the COVID-19 vaccine, was recently released at a leadership conference for high school students, held on the campus of UC Santa Cruz. ... read more »
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NOMA Camp for SoCal Youth Gives New Meaning to ‘Summer Home’
June 30, 2022
The National Organization of Minority Architects - Southern California Chapter creates opportunities for youth, ages 10-17, to learn about the fundamental elements of architecture and develop the specialized skills that are critical for anyone pursuing a career in that field. ... read more »
L.A. Rams Give Watts Rams Murals, Super Bowl LVI Tickets
February 3, 2022
On Friday, the Los Angeles Rams partnered with Nike to provide the Watts Rams youth football program with surprise gifts. ... read more »
More Black Californians Taking COVID Shot as U.S. Reviews Vaccines for Younger Kids
October 28, 2021
Black Californians have joined Black Americans around the country in closing the COVID-19 vaccine equity gap. ... read more »
Register Now for L.A. County Parks ‘I Matter: Girls Empowerment Conference’
October 7, 2021
All-day event will inspire girls to turn dreams into reality, with fun-filled workshops and a Girl Power Lunch Party! ... read more »
Public Health Modifies Guidelines for Youth Sports in L.A. County
September 2, 2021
Weekly testing is being recommended for youth 12 and older depending on circumstances. ... read more »
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FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine, Public Health Stress Social Measures to Stay Safe
August 26, 2021
The Pfizer vaccine is now licensed and approved for prevention of COVID-19. ... read more »
FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine, Public Health Stress Social Measures to Stay Safe
August 26, 2021
Earlier this week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the license for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 disease for individuals 16 and older. The licensing approval was announced after another thorough evaluation of safety and effectiveness. Muntu Davis, MD, MPH, a Los Angeles County Health Officer, is grateful for the approval and hopes it will ease the minds of those concerned about taking the vaccine. ... read more »
COVID-19 Rate Among Pregnant Women Rises
August 19, 2021
Public Health urges pregnant women to take vaccine. ... read more »
Hospitals See Numbers Double Due to Delta Surge
August 12, 2021
Public Health is urging that vaccination is important during this time of high transmission. ... read more »
COMMAND LA BUILDS THE NEXT GENERATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS
August 12, 2021
One of only a handful of African American fire fighters currently in the department to rise to the rank of Assistant Chief in LAFD’s 135 year history ... read more »
Proof of Vaccination is Being Required at Some Workplaces and Private Businesses in Los Angeles
August 5, 2021
The Delta variant surge is creating a proactive wave requiring proof of vaccinations or negative test results in some places. ... read more »
Allyson Felix Sprints for Right to Play
July 29, 2021
Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix committed part of her Tokyo earnings to the organization Right to Play. The non-profit was initially named Olympic Aid and was created by Norwegian Olympian Johann Olav Koss, ... read more »
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