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A VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

Please Join Us for A VIRTUAL TOWN HALL A Panel Discussion to Begin The Conversation on What We Can Do to Combat Systemic Racism A Virtual Town Hall Moderated by: The Honorable Malia M. Cohen, California State Board of Equalization Thursday, June 4, 2020, 6:00 pm PST CLICK HERE to register

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The Executive Leadership Council Statement on Racial Injustice and Disparities Facing the Black Community

WASHINGTON/PRNewswire/ –– The Executive Leadership Council issues the following statement in response to recent events fatally impacting the Black community. Racism, in any form, is unacceptable to The Executive Leadership Council (ELC). The ELC unequivocally denounces all criminal and racist acts of violence against our people. George Floyd is senselessly murdered by four white Minnesota…

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Listen To Tupac, a Legend, with Solutions before the Revolution

Tupac speaks on the system of greed in America and how it should not exist in a world of vast riches, especially America and people like the president, Donald Trump and others, who are humanitarians with wealth untold and yet people are lying homeless and destitute in the streets.  

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California After COVID – Recovery is Not Good Enough

By Senator Steven Bradford, Special to CalMatters and California Black Media Partners   The coronavirus crisis is testing most households and businesses in California, pushing some to the very brink of what they can bear before falling off a cliff. But for some, clinging to the edge is nothing new. If you are Black or…

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Regina Wilson is On the Move Advocating and Fighting for the Black Press

  By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief       PACE NEWS, the Los Angeles Sentinel, Our Weekly, Inglewood Today and many other Black media owners in Southern and Northern California have one thing in common and its Regina Wilson, Executive Director, California Black Media (CBM) who spends countless hours advocating for all of them when it…

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CIT Provides $37M Investment for L.A.’s Jordan Downs Redev

CIT and its Pasadena-based banking subsidiary CIT Bank, N.A., made a $37.3 million investment in the Jordan Downs Apartments Project, a 92-unit multifamily apartment complex, to support low-to-moderate income families in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. Jordan Downs is the third phase of a larger redevelopment project taking place to improve the area.  

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Trump says he’s been taking hydroxychloroquine despite safety concerns

Trump says he’s been taking hydroxychloroquine despite safety concerns BY BRETT SAMUELS  © Getty Images President Trump on Monday revealed he’s taking hydroxychloroquine, a controversial drug that he’s championed as a potential treatment for coronavirus despite limited evidence from the medical community. The president said he consulted with the White House doctor about taking the drug, but it was not explicitly recommended for…

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