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Friends, Advocates, Leaders and Loved Ones We Lost in 2021 Written by LAWT News Service
Former Assemblyman, Community Leader and Water District Representative Willard R. Murray Passes Away Written by LAWT News Service
LA COUNTY LAUNCHES NEW PHASE OF “DELETE THE DIVIDE” CAMPAIGN TO ENROLL RESIDENTS TO GET $50/MONTH OFF INTERNET BILL; Upcoming Deadline to Enroll for Federal Emergency Broadband Benefit is Dec. 31, 2021 Written by LAWT News Service
Jennifer Hudson, Christina Aguilera Headline AHF’s 2021 World AIDS Day Concert Written by Betti Halsell
The Holidays are Upon Baldwin Hills Crenshaw – Come Celebrate the Winter Wonderland! Written by LAWT News Service
Kinecta Federal Credit Union Hosted its 48th Annual Holiday Food Drive to Provide Much Needed Assistance and Cheer to Local Families; Since 1973, Kinecta has partnered with Los Angeles County Community-based organizations to identify and provide families Written by LAWT News Service
Asm. Mike Gipson Presents $10 Million Special Appropriation to Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital Written by LAWT News Service
LA City Council Approves New Council District Borders to Be in Effect Jan. 1 Written by City News Service
Mothers In Action and Ward EDC Feed 1,000 Seniors and Homebound Residents; Mothers In Action and Ward Economic Development Corporation distributed 1,000 meals with all the trimmings to L.A. seniors and the sick and shut-in residents during the 26th Annual Written by LAWT News Service
Infrastructure Improvements Will Upgrade and Beautify Manchester-Broadway Corridor Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Total $30,000 Reward Offered in Shooting Death of 13-Year-Old Pasadena Boy Written by City News Service
#BlackXmas: Visioning Beyond the Weight of the Moment Written by Melina Abdullah
Leaders Push Pardons, Payouts for ‘Port Chicago 50’ Black Sailors U.S. Navy ‘Unjustly’ Punished Written by Antonio Ray Harvey
FAMILY OF UNARMED MAN KILLED BY COLTON POLICE TO RECEIVE RECORD $5.4M; Attorney Carl Douglas says, ‘This case has taken far too long for justice.’ Written by LAWT News Service
Bishop Aims to Revive Woodlawn Memorial Park; Once abandoned and overrun with weeds, Compton’s historic cemetery looks much better thanks to Celestina Bishop and OSAAT Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Western Ave Redesign Project; Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson will use a series of events to engage the community around a major street redesign project. Written by Special to the LAWT
What LADWP Wants People to Know Written by LAWT News Service
Black Lines Matter: The Fight Over Redistricting Lines in Los Angeles Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Taste of Soul ‘Day of Service & Soul’ Gives to 2,000 Families; The drive-thru event saw cars waiting in line as far as the 10 freeway. Written by Brian W. Carter
Taste of Soul to Bring A ‘Day of Service & Soul’ to the Community; The drive-thru only event to give away free groceries, PPE supplies, and more Written by Brian W. Carter
Stolen Bruce’s Beach Property Returned to Black Family Written by Betti Halsell
City Council Votes To Have LAPD Replenish Fund For South LA Fireworks Recovery Written by City News Service
City Council Approves Curren Price Motion for $5 Million to Help South LA Recover from Bomb Squad Blast Written by LAWT News Service
FBI’s Los Angeles Office Urges Victims To Report Hate Crimes Written by City News Service
Report Reveals that Los Angeles Sheriff Department Rife with Gangs and Cliques Written by Stacy M. Brown
Residents Proclaim Community Pride at Redistricting Public Hearings Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
L.A.’s Black Community Urged to Participate in Redistricting Hearings Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
BALDWIN HILLS CRENSHAW MALL — SOLD; Harridge Development purchases mall; the community demands more Black equity in ownership group Written by Danny J. Bakewell, Jr.
Metro Hosting Vote-By-Mail Drop Boxes At 10 Transit Sites Through Sept. 14 Written by City News Service
LA City Council Backs Vaccine Requirement to Enter Indoor Public Spaces Written by Margaret Shuttleworth