March Against Child Trafficking

March Against Child Trafficking

At 9 a.m. Saturday, April 26, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will lead a march along Western Avenue to bring attention to the sex trafficking of children.

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Students Unite Against Bullying

Students Unite Against Bullying

Sixth grader, Antonio Ayala, 11, of Alliance College- Ready Middle Academy 7, is called fat and teased for running slowly by a handful of classmates every day – it happens at recess, at lunch and even during class.

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Lennox Library Now Open
Lennox Library Now Open

Lennox Library Now Open

The much-anticipated Lennox Library and Constituent Service Center recently opened with a celebration. Originally built in 1949, the Lennox Library was the oldest and most outdated library within the County’s Public Library System.

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Young Musicians Hitting All Chords

Young Musicians Hitting All Chords

Alexandria Garcia, 15, cannot imagine life without her trumpet. Now thanks to the seven year old Youth Orchestra LA program (YOLA), brainchild of LA Philharmonic Music Director Gustavo Dudamel, the petite freshman at Foshay Learning Center in South Los Angeles does not have to.

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Crenshaw Boulevard: A Greener Space for the Community
Crenshaw Boulevard: A Greener Space for the Community

Crenshaw Boulevard: A Greener Space for the Community

The Crenshaw Boulevard Streetscape Plan, designed to go hand in hand with the construction of the Crenshaw-to-LAX rail line, lays out an ambitious vision that will transform the look and feel of this historic street from concrete-heavy and car-centric, to “green” and pedestrian friendly.

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