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Leimert Park Village Book Fair

Jenifer Lewis honored for work

Book enthusiasts are invited to the special virtual event of the 15th anniversary of the Leimert Park Village Book Fair (LPVPF) this Saturday, Nov. 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. On the heels of National Book Month, LPVBF is hosted by Jasmine Sanders, co-host of the nationally syndicated “D.L. Hughley Radio Show,” and will also feature…

Home care providers shut down Board of Supervisors hearing 

Call for living wages

Tuesday, Los Angeles-based In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) caregivers shut down the L.A. County Board of Supervisors’ public hearing in an escalation of their insistence that the Board invest in home care providers and put long-term care workers on a path to a $20/hour minimum wage floor.  At the meeting, more than a dozen IHSS providers, care recipients,…

First-in-the-nation earthquake warning system notified the Bay Area 

Residents received emergency notifications up to 19 seconds before shaking started

Continuing to lead the country in emergency management and disaster preparedness, California’s first-in-the-nation Earthquake Early Warning System, implemented under Gov. Gavin Newsom, provided advanced notification to more than 2.2 million Californians before shaking started for the 5.1 magnitude earthquake that was felt throughout the Bay Area Oct. 25. These advanced notifications provided up to 19 seconds, in…


Midterm elections days away

By now, all registered voters have received their ballots for the Nov. 8 election directly in mailboxes. reports that next month, the number of female lawmakers could rise above California’s state legislature’s current record of holding 39 of 120 seats.  Voters not only have a say in California…

BET founder hopes to save funding for Black American workers

Retirement Clearinghouse, LLC (RCH), an RLJ Company, Fidelity Investments, Vanguard,  and Alight Solutions announced that they have collaborated to create a consortium of workplace  retirement plan recordkeepers, Portability Services Network, LLC, to accelerate the nationwide  adoption of auto portability to help America’s under-served and under-saved workers improve their  retirement…


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Racially segregated communities more likely to suffer from air toxins 

’Fine particulate matter’ from lead, nickel, chromium

New research is shedding light on just how much higher proportions of dangerous toxins people in minority communities are breathing in. Populations in racially segregated communities in the U.S. may be more likely to be exposed to a form of air pollution, according to a study published in Nature Communications this week. Researchers combined air pollution monitoring and American Community…

Controversial flag to remain in place at Saugus High

’Thin Blue Line’ stirs debate

The Thin Blue Line flag that caused tension and was essentially banned from being displayed by Saugus High School football players before games has returned, despite the district superintendent and coach calling for the flag to stop flying. A Saugus High football player carried the Thin Blue Line flag, a black and white replica of the American flag with a…

Housing opportunities are available in Palmdale

Virtual workshop on Nov. 17

The City of Palmdale and other local agencies are exploring opportunities to facilitate a shovel-ready housing development for approximately 13 acres of land owned by both the City and Palmdale School District, with the goal of accelerating housing production and addressing local housing needs.  The project site includes 45 parcels and is generally located at East Avenue R-12 and 27th…

Large donation will assist construction of wildlife crossing

Will open in Agoura Hills in 2025

Philanthropists Joann and Frank Randall of Newport Beach have made a $5 million donation to the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing project near Agoura Hills. The crossing will span over 10 lanes of the Ventura (101) Freeway in Liberty Canyon when completed in 2025, and aims to provide a connection between the small population of mountain lions in the Santa Monica…

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