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Editor’s Note: Brother Wesley Boyd is an avid reader of PACE NEWS online. He is a researcher and truth-seeker with over 40 years of electrical experience and 20 years in the IBEW electrical union.      He said he started taking apart light switches and outlets when he was young. Brother West is still electrifying…

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Congratulations To Lighthouse Christian Academy 2022 Graduates!

By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief SANTA MONICA—Lighthouse Christian Academy (LCA) is small but mighty when it comes to academic   education and instilling Christian Character. They are paramount and powerful which leads its students to EXCEL. During the graduating ceremony recently each student spoke about how their Christian faith played a vital role in helping them to…

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

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…

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

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…

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

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…

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A Driver for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ray Fauntroy, A Man of Wisdom With a Vision for Black America, the Drum Call

“The deaths triggered the riots, but the unrest has been fueled for years by a lack of development in black neighborhoods and insensitivity toward those communities by local government,” said Ray Fauntroy, head of the local Southern Christian Leadership Conference chapter after deaths of black men during the Miami race riot in 1989. By Gloria…

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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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