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What’s Going On? Enough is Enough!

May 17, 2022

The Southern Truth     By Gloria Zuurveen, Editor-in-Chief   What’s going on? Marvin Gaye said it best, that is, in a song. But I say it to ask in our present world system, “What’s going on?” Looking at all the division and derision among the beings of this world which  is owned lock, stock,…

The Southern Truth: A Report Card for a Black Agenda On Black Economic Equity

May 14, 2022

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Fed Gov’t Is Investing $145 Million in Re-Entry Programs for Formerly Incarcerated People

May 14, 2022

By Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media After serving a 22-year sentence in a California prison, James Morgan, 51, found himself facing a world of opportunities that he did not imagine he would have as an ex-convict once sentenced to life for attempted murder. Morgan, a Carson Native, says he is grateful for a second…

Israel Matthews, Author, “Izzy’s Column”, Celebrates with Classmates at 2022 Senior Dinner at Lighthouse Christian Academy

May 14, 2022

By Michael Ashcraft – Forget Cinderella. Getting asked to the dance is an unwelcome downside to Prom. So Lighthouse Christian Academy did well by nixing Prom, as many conservative Christian schools have done across the nation.  Instead, the microscopically small Santa Monica private school (they boast just 50 students) held “Senior Dinner” last Saturday. Kids…

2022 Political Candidates Black Agenda Report Card

May 7, 2022

Crimes Against Black Humanity Should Be Charged Against Los Angeles City and County Government for the Treatment of its Black People

May 7, 2022

The Southern Truth By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief When I read recently on the United Nation’s website what were “crimes against humanity”, I was moved with righteous indignation because thousands of Black men, women, and children, on any given day fits the description of being victims of the atrocities listed as crimes against humanity. According to…

Bill To Increase Education Funding for  Black Students Moves Forward in Assembly 

May 7, 2022

By Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌|‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ With a 7-0 vote, the Assembly Education Committee approved legislation that would require California’s Superintendent of Public Instruction to identify — and provide targeted funding for — the lowest-performing pupil subgroup in the state. That sub-group is Black students. Assemblymembers Akilah Weber (D-San Diego) and Chris Holden…

Former LAPD Chief/LA City Councilmember Bernard Parks’ Statement in Response to the LA Times Article Regarding Rick Caruso’s Role in Denying His 2002 Reappointment at LAPD Chief

April 18, 2022

   

Lab-Bound Monkeys Escaped Highway Crash—With Viruses?

January 26, 2022

Published January 22, 2022 by Sara Oliver. Last Updated January 25, 2022. PETA has obtained eyewitness information that a woman at the scene of last week’s truck crash—in which crates containing 100 monkeys who were being transported to a laboratory flew onto the road—got an eyeful of monkey saliva. Her eye is weepy and infected, and she has developed a…

Nikki Cannon: From Soup Kitchen to Super Kindness as a World Financial Group Professional

January 22, 2022

  By Michael Ashcraft PACE NEWS Contributor   People told Nikki Cannon’s mom, diagnosed with dyslexia, to be a typist. With bigger ambitions, she, notwithstanding, graduated with a bachelor degree, a master’s and a Phd. She became a university professor and a consultant for the U.S. Congress on social justice. Triumphing over tough times was always…

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