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Rainbow PUSH, Google Talk Diversity

July 6 Thai Lee 0

In order for change to take place, one must stand up for it. As many may know, political figures have helped people of color fight for change. The change from slavery to freedom, political change […]

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CP3 gives to the youths of Watts

On Monday, March 30, the Chris Paul Family Foundation opened a newly refurbished Watts Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club with assistance from the Los Angeles Clippers Foundation and other corporate partners. The event included a press conference […]

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Standing Up for Black Colleges

They say a mind is a terrible thing to waste. Well, judging by the comments from several members of the Congressional Black Caucus, President Obama could give a hoot about the financial struggles and subpar […]

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Still A Need for Black Colleges

February 4 Thai Lee 0

The 16th Annual Black College Expo (BCE) produced by the National College Resources Foundation made  its day stop in sunny California, Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The day was filled with […]

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MLK Celebrating the Dream Luncheon

January 18 Thai Lee 0

In South Los Angeles finding a hospital that would exceed your expectations is slim to none. South Los Angeles is one of the most underserved communities in the nation. To have a first class hospital […]

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Ezell Ford Supporters Keep up Vigil

January 5 Thai Lee 0

New Year’s Eve usually consists of celebrating, but in South Central, celebrating is the last thing on the to-do list. On 65th and Broadway, a group of protestors joined in solidarity for Ezell Ford. Ezell […]