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Black History Class to Undergo Changes, College Board Says Written by Cheyanne Mumphrey
Black parents seek schools affirming their history amid bans. Written by Cheyanne Mumphrey
Bakewell Media Celebrates Black Women at Gala Event; More than 700 attend the Power, Leadership, and Influence of the Black Woman luncheon Written by LAWT News Service
Watson Honored by Pakistan Chamber of Commerce Written by LAWT News Service
Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation announces Quentin Strode as President/Chief Executive Officer Written by LAWT News Service
LA Civil Rights Department Undertake City’s Reparation Process Written by Betti Halsell
Kaiser Permanente West LA Center to Serve as Drop-Off Location for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Written by LAWT News Service
Pat Prescott to Host Bakewell Media’s Salute to Black Women Leaders Written by Dr. Valerie Wardlaw
ITC Relocation Plan Approved By Inglewood City Council Written by LAWT News Service
Black Lawmaker Who Was Expelled Reinstated to Tennessee Seat Written by Jonathan Mattise, Travis Loller and Kimberlee Kruesi
LAPD’s Southwest Station Sustains $1M in Damage from Arson Incident Written by City News Service
Nia Rice & Jasmine Young Use Serene Agency to Execute National Brand Campaigns Written by Shelby Stephens
Voting Begins in L.A.’s First Participatory Budgeting Program Written by LAWT News Service
Betty Day Park Unveiled in Council District 15 Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
1st Moon Crew in 50 years Includes Woman, Black Astronaut Written by Marcia Dunn
Johnson Elected Chicago Mayor in Victory for Progressives Written by Sara Burnett
Kheris Rogers is Flexin Black Pride to the Children; The multi-hyphenated teen wants to empower Black youth to walk proud in their own skin Written by Brian W. Carter
Reparations for Black Californians could top $800 billion. Written by Janie Har
Kamala Harris Focuses on Women’s Economic Inclusion and Leadership on Last Day in Ghana Written by Errin Haines
BBA Hosts 20th Anniversary of Salute to Black Women Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Womens-Event-HONOREE: March 30, 2023 Written by LAWT News Service
Smallwood-Cuevas Introduces Legislation to Give Workers Transfer Rights with Chain Store Closures Written by LAWT News Service
‘Keep Going’; Award-winning Author Kellye Garret Discusses Novel, ‘Like A Sister,’ Black Women, & Black Struggles in the Publishing Industry Written by Devyn Bakewell
Mayor Bass Marks 100 Days in Office: Housing Homeless Angelenos ‘Coming to Fruition’ Written by Joe Bowers
Black Stunt Workers Association Honors Capri Maddox Written by LAWT News Service
Womens-Event-HONOREE: March 23, 2023 Written by LAWT News Service
Apply Now: California College Corps is Offering Students Much More Than $10,000 Stipends Written by Edward Henderson
Pres. Biden Appoints SoCal ‘Activist Entrepreneur’ Kerman Maddox to Trade Advisory Body Written by McKenzie Jackson
Humanitarian Dr. Joyce Dixon-Hightower – Transforming Lives & Communities in Africa for 30 years Strong Written by Denise J. Gibbs
UCLA Labor Center Celebrates Sen. Smallwood-Cuevas as the Only Black Woman in the California State Senate; UCLA Labor Center Hosts Homecoming Celebration for Sen. Smallwood-Cuevas for her New Senatorial Role and Longtime Contributions to the Labor Center Written by LAWT News Service