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LGBTQ Latin Advocacy Organization, Latino Equality Alliance, Announces Honorees Of Its 7th Annual Purple Lily Awards

ABC7 News, GLAAD’s Monica Trasandes, Michaé de la Cuadra, LA LGBT Center’s Alan Acosta, and community trailblazer Nancy Valverde to be recognized at an in-person event on June 23, 2022 Special musical performance by international Latin recording artist and actress Raquenel (Mary Boquitas) Los Angeles, CA.— The Latino Equality Alliance (LEA), a leading Latinx LGBTQ+…

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STEM Prep Schools Respond to Teacher Shortage by Investing in Local Community to Create its Own Teacher Pipeline

Los Angeles, Ca. – As school districts across the country grapple with teacher shortages, one local charter public school network is creating its very own teacher pipeline. STEM Preparatory Schools, a charter public school operator in the West Adams and Jefferson Park neighborhoods of South Los Angeles is looking to cultivate and invest in local talent who live and…

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Latino Equality Alliance Announces Newly Elected Executive Advisory Board

Los Angeles, CA.— The Latino Equality Alliance (LEA), a leading LatinX LGBTQ+ social justice and advocacy nonprofit organization in Los Angeles, recently announced the election of its 2021-2023 executive advisory board. The new executive board, serving a two-year term, is comprised of a diverse group of LatinX leaders in Southern California deriving from various industry sectors.…

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A Message Sponsored by Los Angeles County

A DOCTOR’S NOTE ON COVID-19 TESTING Dr. Erika Flores Uribe, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services How does COVID-19 testing help me prevent the spread of the virus? Getting tested for COVID-19 helps you know if you have the coronavirus and prevents you from spreading it to your family, friends, and community. If you…

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Advocates Say State’s $10 Million Fund for Ethnic Media Is “Great Start”

By Sunita Sohrabji |                  Special to California Black Media In recognition of a mass communication sector that has been struggling from dwindling advertising dollars and intense competition from well-funded media conglomerates and a field of small niche publishers since the inception of the internet, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature appropriated $10 million in…

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La mayoría de las restricciones de COVID desaparecerá el 15 de junio

LOS ÁNGELES (CNS) — Si bien la mayor parte de las restricciones de COVID-19 se levantarán el 15 de junio, el director de salud pública del condado de Los Ángeles advirtió que las reglas que requieren el uso de máscaras y el distanciamiento físico permanecerán vigentes en algunos entornos, sobre todo en las escuelas, en…

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