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  • Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown Seeks Nominations for Men of Distinction Awards 2014

    San Bernardino, CA - Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown (D-San Bernardino) is seeking nominations to identify and honor outstanding men whose successes and contributions to the 47th Assembly District have set the standard for future generations to emulate. A ...
  • Church and Violence

    (May 27, 2014) - The American people recognize that most of the violence in the United States is perpetrated by males. What can the average male do to prevent further violence? There seems to be a correlation between the rise in violence and the decline ...
  • African Americans in Crisis!

    Investigation and Study Needed (May 23, 2014) - The people of the United States must be aware of the seriousness of all the news stories pertaining to race in our nation that have surfaced over the last several years. The African American people are in c...
  • Assemblymember Hall Measure to Require Condoms in California Produced Adult Films Approved by State Assembly

    Sacramento, CA – Legislation by Assemblymember Isadore Hall, III (D – Los Angeles) to require condoms or other personal protective equipment in California produced adult films and mandatory employer paid STD testing of adult film actors was approved t...
  • Join the Webcast: President Obama to Host Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit

    Washington, D.C. – On Thursday, May 29, President Obama will host a Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit at the White House, where he will be joined by young athletes, parents, coaches, academics and experts, athletes, military service members...
  • Simpson's Mortuary Ordered to Pay $50,000 For Burying Veteran Without Notifying Family

    Troubled Inglewood Mortuary Loses Lawsuit Inglewood, CA – One day after Memorial Day, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Barbara Scheper ordered troubled Inglewood mortuary Simpson's Family Mortuary to pay the family of Vietnam veteran Edward Pitt...
  • Free June Events at Pasadena Senior Center

    There is something for everyone in June at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly Street. You do not have to be a member to attend. (Some events require advance reservations as noted.) Cardmaking Workshop – Monday, June 2, from noon to 2 p.m. Surpris...
  • Five Ways to Save on Moving Costs

    About 36 million people, or 11.7 percent of Americans, moved between 2012 and 2013, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. If you're in the process of moving, you're probably juggling a lot of tasks, including worrying about the potentially high costs. ...
  • 'A Robot Operated on My Hernia'

    Tarpon Springs Surgeon Debunks This and Other Myths About Robots in the O.R. Robotics-assisted surgery has become enormously popular, with physicians around the world performing 1.5 million procedures – from hysterectomies to heart valve repairs – in...
  • Free Living Trust and Power of Attorney Seminar - not used - past date

    When: Tuesday, May 27th, at 6:30 p.m. Where: Love Lifted Me Missionary Baptist Church at 6501 So Crenshaw Blvd. (Crenshaw & Hyde Park Blvd.), Los Angeles, Calif. 90047 323-750-3592 Contact: Dr. Rosie Milligan at Drrosie@aol.com. * Free Power of Att...
  • Rep. Adam Schiff Statement on Being Appointed to Benghazi Select Committee

    Washington, D.C. –Today, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), a senior Member of the Intelligence Committee, released the following statement after being appointed to the Select Committee on Benghazi: "I've been involved in the investigation into Benghazi from day...
  • Ten Examples of How Blacks Give Back to Blacks Everyday

    After the now infamous remarks about Blacks' philanthropy towards Black causes compared to that of Jews made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling to CNN's Anderson Cooper, crickets is the word I would use to sum up the response from Black America...
  • Union Station Homeless Services Soirée Brings Community Together to Fight Homelessness

    Pasadena, CA - On Saturday, May 10, actor/musician John C. Reilly emceed A Place to Call Home, a fundraising event celebrating the work of Union Station Homeless Services. Friends of the social services nonprofit, along with community leaders, celebrated ...
  • AKA Fashionetta: An Afternoon of Scholarship, Honor, Fashion and Fun

    Article Submitted By Elise Mallory On Saturday, May 10, 2014, the Pasadena Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. hosted its 26th Annual "Fashionetta: Scholarship and Salute to Mothers Fundraiser Luncheon and Fashion Show" where they awarded over $1...
  • The Ancestors Speak

    Black ancestors look down with disbeliefRecalling all the undo griefSuffered through many generationsPartially due to lying white women's allegations One ancestor said to the other, T'is hard to believeBlack men rush to cut black women a looseOver 3,000 ...
  • NABJ Honors CNN'S Michaela Pereira with 2014 Angelo Henderson Community Service Award

    The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announces the selection of CNN Anchor Michaela Pereira as the recipient of the 2014 Angelo Henderson Community Service Award. Named for the late Angelo Henderson who as a reporter for The Wall Street Jo...
  • Hillsides Hosts Successful 28th Annual Bartlett Cup

    The winners of the tennis tournament were (l-r): Alison Rainey, Mary Ulin, Tracee Dezzutti, and Cynthia Evenson.   The Hillsides Guild, a volunteer arm of Hillsides, raised $1,400 for the Los Angeles County charity during ...
  • Democrats May Block Obama’s Judicial Nominees

    Democrats and civil rights advocates continue to express concerns over two of President Barack Obama's federal judicial nominees for Georgia's northern district who have suspect civil rights backgrounds. In a package deal with Republican United States se...
  • A Call to End Predatory Small-Dollar Lending

    After waiting for more than a year for a hearing on a bill that would reform how small dollar loans operate, six U.S. Senators have now taken their concerns to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). A May 14 letter to CFPB Director Richard Cordr...
  • List of 22 Last Minute Summer Internships for Minority Students

    Nationwide (BlackNews.com) -- Below is a list* of the top 2014/2015 minority internships: #1 - The AAAS Minority Science Writers Internship is a summer program for minority students interested in a career in journalism. Learn more at www.findinternships....

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