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Dr. Brandi C. Jones served as MC for the Public Meeting on Thursday, July 5, 2018 at the Delta Sigma Theta 51st Farwest Regional Convention in Pasadena, CA at the Convention Center. 

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Rev. Dr. James Lawson 

Delta Sigma Theta signs at the Convention Ctr.

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(l-r) Beverly E. Smith, National President/CEO, U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu, Frances Ibeh, Farwest Regional Representative and Lydia Cincore-Templeton, Esq/ Farwest Regional Director at the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 51st Farewest Regional Conference in Pasadena at the Convention Center.


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(l-r)- Esther Watkins and fellow Delta member in charge of publicity for the Farwest Regional Conference pose for the camera on Thursday.


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Siedah Garrett speaks during her acceptance speech a the Black Business Association 2018 Salute Black Black Music Month Awards Dinner in recognition of Black Music Month on Juneteenth, June 19, 2018.

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Zipporah Robinson singing “Man in the Mirror” which was co-written by Siedah Garrett and made popular by the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.  

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(l-r) Earl “Skip” Cooper II and Siedah Garrett  

By Manny Otiko

| California Black Media

California's so-called jungle primary, which picks the top two candidates from either party, looks like it will produce a contest between a Democrat and a Republican after all. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom was the winner of the primary followed by Republican John Cox, a Chicago native who now lives in San Diego. They were followed by former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, according to projected results.


By Gloria Zuurveen


LOS ANGELES COUNTY—Concerned that small community newspapers like PACE NEWS which was started more than 20 years ago and which is a legally adjudicated newspaper of general circulation in accordance with Government Code Sections 6000 and 6008, were being left out of more than $6 billion dollars in contracts which the County spends for good and services, I was on hand April 24, 2018, to show support for a motion by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas for publicizing County contract opportunities.


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U. S. Senator Dianne Feinstein speaking with several African American leader during a round table discussion at Harold & Belle’s on Wednesday.  

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Dr. George McKenna, LAUSD School Board Member, joined a host of African American leaders during a luncheon with Senator Dianne Feinstein on Wednesday at Harold & Belle’s in Los Angeles.

A new report says Silicon Valley’s lack of diversity is hurting black America.

By P.R. Lockhart

From Vox

Black Americans are frequent users of technology, and have helped build social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram into the giants they are today. But they aren’t reaping the same economic benefits of the tech boom as white Americans, and low rates of black employment in the tech industry are a large part of the reason why.



Comedian Bill Cosby Found Guilty in Andrea Constand Sexual Assault Trial


PACE NEWS, a small publication in LA, has given the black community a voice for more than two decades. The publisher of the independent weekly, Gloria Zuurveen, seeks to give readers the stories that create conversations and change one page at a time. Robert Kovacik reports for NBC4’s Black History Month: Life Connected Special on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015.(Published Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015)

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