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Five Ways to Make Sure Our Votes Count in the Upcoming Recall Election Written by Edward Henderson
Family of Congressman John Lewis Continues His Legacy by Fighting for Voting Rights Written by Stacy M. Brown
Several Organizations Set to March on Washington Written by Stacy M. Brown
Five Things You Should Know About the Sept. 14 Recall Election Written by Edward Henderson
Mozee Named General Manager of City’s StreetsLA Bureau; L.A. native Keith Mozee, who began his city career as a truck driver, oversees the largest street network in the nation Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
2020 Census Reveals 2.9% Increase in L.A.’s Black Population; Presentation before Redistricting Commission discloses the amount of African American residents throughout the city Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
LA City Council Adopts Anti-Racist Framework in the City of Los Angeles Written by LAWT News Service
Assemblymember Gipson and Senator Kamlager partner with African American Voter Registration, Education and Participation Project (AAVREP) to Defeat Right Wing Recall; Black officials unite to increase Black voter turnout Written by LAWT News Service
L.A. Elected Officials Urge Vaccinations Against COVID-19 Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Mark Ridley-Thomas Will Not Run for Mayor; Says he will focus on addressing homelessness and says, “I would love to see Congresswoman Karen Bass enter Mayor’s race” Written by Danny J. Bakewell, Jr.
Redistricting Commissioners Seek Input from African American Community Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Senate Democrats Pass $3.5 Trillion Budget Plan – ‘The Most Significant Piece of Legislation in Decades’ Written by Stacy M. Brown
California Women Go to ‘WAR’ in Support of Gov. Newsom Written by Antonio Ray Harvey
United Nations Issues ‘Code Red’ for Humanity in Climate Crisis Written by Stacy M. Brown
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Resigns Amid Sex Harassment Scandal Written by Stacy M. Brown
Community Still Devastated Over the Murder of Michelle Avan; Family and friends vow to seek justice for her death and are determined to continue her legacy of community service Written by Danny J. Bakewell, Jr.
National Civil Rights and Personal Injury Attorneys Ben Crump and Bob Hilliard Uncovering Widespread Racism in Banking Written by NNPA Newswire
Challenges Abound in Repairing America’s Foster Care System Written by Stacy M. Brown
Police Officer at Capitol Riot Hearing Says, ‘A hitman’ Sent the Rioters Written by Stacy M. Brown
Biden Administration Extends Eviction Moratorium, Potentially Rescuing Millions From Losing Housing Written by Stacy M. Brown
Councilman Curren Price Establishes $1 Million Emergency Relief Fund for Victims of the South LA Fireworks Blast Written by LAWT News Service
Biden-Harris Administration to Invest More Than $1.6 Billion to Support COVID-19 Testing and Mitigation in Vulnerable Communities; As Part of Biden’s National Testing Initiatives, More Testing in Congregate Settings Will Help Prevent Infections as Delta V Written by LAWT News Service
National Council of Negro Women, Ben Crump File Suit Against Johnson & Johnson Written by LAWT News Service
Ex-Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty of Giving Meth to 2 Men Who Died in WeHo Written by Fred Shuster
Former State Official Charges State Treasurer With Sexual Harassment Written by Antonio Ray Harvey
Maxine Waters Asks for Federal Probe of Alleged LASD Gang Written by City News Service
Jamaica Seeking $10.6 Billion in Slave Trade Reparations from Great Britain Written by Stacy M. Brown
Newsom Signs AB 331 to Stop Organized Retail Theft; Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer sponsored the legislation to extend the sunset date of the crime of organized retail theft Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
LAPD Harass Black Couple Immediately After Their First Child Was Born Written by Betti Halsell
White House Releases Gun Reduction Strategy Written by LAWT News Service