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Dr. Gloria Zuurveen To Speak On Panel at the Beverly Hills West (CA) Chapter of the Links Incorporated May 20th Induction Luncheon and Program

Art of the Story: Our Stories Told On Screen, In Print, and Through Museums! Dr. Gloria Zuurveen, Founder & CEO and Publisher, PACE NEWS, a Los Angeles County and City legally adjudicated newspaper of general circulation since 1995, will join a panel of distinguished guests during the Beverly Hills West (CA) Chapter of the Links…

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FACE Hosts Press Conference Announcing 2023 Black Homeownership Fair with Council Member Alex Monteiro, African Consular Corps Members, LACAAEA, Sponsors & Other Partners

On Thursday, March 16th FACE hosted a press conference to announce our 2023 Black Homeownership Fair to take place this Saturday, March 25th in Hawthorne (see details below) in collaboration with the LA County African American Employees Association (LACAAEA) and the African Consular Corps. The press conference convened officers from LACAAEA and the African Consular Corps as well our corporate…

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On Latest LA City Hall Scandal, Democrats It’s Time to Meet The Moment

“This is not a situation where folks get off the hook by apologizing, followed by meeting with leaders in the Black community, and we’re back to holding hands and singing kumbayah.” Jasmyne A. Cannick By Jasmyne A. Cannick Los Angeles has seen its fair share of political scandals over the decades, but the leaked audio of…

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Report Reveals ‘A Hidden Key to Combating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Juvenile Justice’

  By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia According to new Sentencing Project research, diverting youth from juvenile court involvement should be a central focus in reducing racial and ethnic disparities. It also should improve outcomes in America’s youth justice systems. The report’s author wrote that getting arrested in adolescence or having a…

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EECI Completes 2022 Business Plan Enrollment & Sparks Interest in Blue-Green Economy in Black-Brown Communities

(LOS ANGELES) – The Entrepreneur Educational Center, Inc. (EECI) announced “mission accomplished,” after wrapping up its final business plan development seminar in a series at Roosevelt Park in Los Angeles. EECI organizers said the series, conducted for multi-cultural entrepreneurs in Los Angeles County’s 2nd District, achieved its goal of recruiting and enrolling those individuals that…

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