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L.A. Opens Applications to Grants for Artists Affected by COVID-19 Written by City News Service
Cynthia McClain-Hill Is the Newly-Elected President of the Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners; McClain-Hill looks to weave a level of accountability for racial equity into the fabric of LADWP. Written by Betti Halsell
Cynthia McClain-Hill Elected President of LA Board of Water and Power Commissioners, Susana Reyes Elected Vice President; Mel Levine Steps Down as Board President after Record Seven-year Term Written by LAWT News Service
Big Mac Racism at McDonald’s Written by Whitney Gresham and Trevor W. Coleman II
Bars, restaurants pay price for California virus surge Written by Adam Beam and Kathleen Ronayne
Cal AG, City Attorneys Go After Uber and Lyft  Written by Quinci LeGardye
Black Business Group Takes AB 5 Independent Contractor Fight to Gov. Newsom Written by Quinci LeGardye
$3 Trillion HEROES Act promises more COVID-19 relief for consumers and businesses; Will the U.S. Senate act swiftly on the new legislative plan? Written by Charlene Crowell
National Urban League Opposes OCC’s Effort to Weaken Crucial Anti-Redlining Law Written by LAWT News Service
Five Acts to Follow: Legislation to Cut Rents and Other Bills You Should Know About Written by Antonio Ray Harvey
Facebook Awards Black Press of America Publishers $1.3 Million in Relief Grants Written by Stacy M. Brown
L.A. Joins Lawsuit to Classify Ride-Hail Drivers as Employees Written by City News Service
L.A. Urban League Awarded $20,000 Grant For COVID-19 Small Business Needs Written by LAWT News Service
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Sold; Residential Redevelopment Plan Scrapped Written by City News Service
Open to Apply: Gig Workers Can File for Unemployment Written by Quinci LeGardye
Where’s my Economic Impact Payment? Written by Charlene Muhammad
The Smallest Black Small Businesses May Now Benefit From California’s $50M COVID-19 Fund if They Can’t Get Fed Help Written by Tanu Henry
Property Taxes Still Due April 10 – But You Can Get a Break Written by Quinci LeGardye
IN MEMORIAM: Earl Graves, Sr., Black Enterprise Founder Dies Written by Stacy M. Brown
Some Farmers Markets Permitted to Reopen in Los Angeles Under Coronavirus Plan Written by City News Service
Trump, Congress agree on $2 trillion virus rescue bill Written by Andrew Taylor, Lisa Mmacaro and Jonathan Lemire
South LA Construction Career Academy Prepares Students for In Demand Construction Jobs Written by LAWT News Service
Brotherhood Crusade Media Collective A FILMMAKER DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE With Paid Internships Written by LAWT News Service
Social Enterprise Everytable Secures $2.5 Million in Program-Related Investments from Annenberg Foundation and The California Wellness Foundation; Funding Will Support Development of Pioneering Social Equity Franchise Program Written by LAWT News Service
Gov. Newsom Appoints Black Woman to Lead Government Operations Written by California Black Media
Gov. Newsom Proposes $20,000 Stipend for Teachers at “High Needs” Schools Written by California Black Media
State Plans to Relax Cannabis Rules, Roll Licensing Into One Agency Written by California Black Media
California Attempts to Revive Compassionate Cannabis Programs Written by Mark Kreidler
South LA Café brings out community leaders at Grand Opening of community-focused coffee shop Written by Khari Jones Jr.
Issa Rae collaborates with Ajay Relan and Yonnie Hagos to open Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen in Inglewood Written by Faith Petrie