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  • P.R.E.T.T.Y. Pioneer Newsletter - October

    Salutations Readers! I'm Chelsea J and welcome to the October Issue of the P.R.E.T.T.Y. Pioneer Newsletter! October Topic: FREEDOM IN FEAR Ghoulish Gargoyles, Chuckie dolls, Scream man masks, stuffed tarantulas, twisted psycho clowns, blood curdling scr...
  • Republicans Still Earn ‘F’ on Civil Rights

    The Leadership Conference of Civil Rights (LCCR), a coalition of more than 200 human rights groups, has issued a new congressional report card that reaches the same conclusion that similar analyses by the NAACP has reached in recent years: When it comes t...
  • Ebola Knows No Borders

    When it comes to matters of trade and economics, experts are eager to speak of "globalization." People are keen to talk about the dissolution of borders and the many ways that countries work together across the globe. At least part of every Apple computer...
  • Black Women Challenge NFL on Domestic Violence

    As the National Football League continues to grapple with its policies on domestic violence and sexual assault, Black women have stepped forward to ensure the NFL gets it right this time. Since footage surfaced of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray...
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  • KIDs Section

    The Hawaiian Cinderella By: Sade AndersonAge: 9Pasadena, CA Part 1 Once upon a time there was a graceful and beautiful hula dancer named Lilo. When her mother died her father married an evil woman name Victoria, who had an ugly daughter named Nani. On...
  • David's Music Box

    By David LopezAge: 11Palmdale, CA Ariana Grande - My Everything This album was very good, and in my opinion, it's worth the extra cost for the deluxe version. The first song on the album is an Intro, which is great. The second song on the album is one...
  • Hey, Auri!

    The Hey Auri! column is dedicated to answering your questions and providing helpful advice. Hey Auri! I am currently a student at a community college. I know it's early, but I have started the application for the university I want to get into. I am re...
  • “What About the Girls?”

    During the most critical period of Jessica's childhood, adults who could have intervened to protect her from abuse let her down over and over. As a child she was sexually abused in her home and ended up living with her grandmother for a time. At age 11 sh...
  • Four Tips for Anyone Expecting an Inheritance

    Financial Consultants Say Planning Will Help You Avoid Regrets The odds are good that you will inherit money or assets in the coming years. And, if you're like most people, you'll save only half. The largest transfer of wealth in history is underway, wi...
  • Kidspace Children’s Museum Hosts 20th Annual Pumpkin Festival

    Kidspace Children's Museum will host the 20th Annual Pumpkin Festival on October 17-18, 2014, in Brookside Park, directly in front of Kidspace Children's Museum. Festival hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Festival admission is ...
  • ACLU Southern California Pasadena/Foothills Chapter Hosts 15th Annual Garden Party

    Awards Presented to Civil Rights and Social Justice Pioneers Pictured from l-r: Awardees Carl Matthes, Pablo Alvarado, Joe Hopkins, Ruthie Hopkins, Marvin Schachter, Jon Guynn, and Kevin Uhrich. (Rev. George Regas and Rev. Ed Bacon not pict...
  • Muir Athletes Get College-Ready at Campus Conference

    Student athletes from John Muir High School got a preview of college expectations at the Destination D1 Athletic Conference, a one-day series of informational presentations and workshops organized by Muir's athletic department in association with the Muir...
  • NATHA Appoints New Board Members to Guide Rebuilding Process

    NATHA (Neighbors Acting Together Helping All) is pleased to announce the appointment of eight new board member who have committed to serve a two year term to improve the health, safety and well-being of the communities of North Pasadena and West Altadena....
  • Religious Entities Must Protect Our Freedom or Lose Our Freedom

    Religious entities benefit from being in America. In most cases they enjoy 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. This means Catholics, Protestants, Mormons, Muslims and all other churches, synagogues, temples and mosques do not pay taxes. Religious entities are al...
  • People, After All, Are Just People

    I believe many people put too high importance on certain people as if they were special. Everybody wants to be considered special, but then if everybody is special then nobody is special. Whatever anybody else thinks, I am growing weary of celebrities. W...
  • Community Gathers in Opposition to Judy Chu’s National Monument Plan

    San Gabriel Valley Businesses and Congressional Candidate, Art Alas, Protest Chu's Federal Land Grab On Monday, October 6, 2014, Congressional candidate, Art Alas (CA-32), locals, and fellow business leaders of the San Gabriel Valley and SGV Mountains he...
  • Billie Jean King Event Honors Olympic Medalists, Civil Rights Advocates

    Local Kids Also Gain Tips From Tennis Pros at Morning Clinic Olympic track and field medalists and civil rights advocates Tommie Smith and John Carlos were honored Saturday with the Joe Shapiro Award during Cal State L.A.'s 17th annual Billie Jean King &...
  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    Congratulations to LeBron James! He is now the most marketable athlete in the entire world. The reports are that his various endorsement deals are now paying him close to $100 million annually. As far as James is concerned, he is just getting started. He ...
  • Handling Incapacity Through a Power of Attorney

    A core document of any good estate plan is a Power of Attorney. A Power of Attorney is a legal document which you can use to give someone (your agent) the ability to handle financial transactions on your behalf. You can give your agent limited power (only...

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