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Another successful Hollywood Bowl complimentary ticket program

This season, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, through the generosity of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, distributed approximately 2,500 tickets to 120 organizations. Concert goers were treated to a wide variety of music such as classical, jazz, blues, voices and guitars, and Latin jazz. Here is some feedback from the organizations: “Thank you for your donation of tickets […]

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September 2020

September 24, 2020 County Proclaims ‘Rev. James M. Lawson, Jr. Day’ (LA Sentinel) Lula Washington Dance Theatre Creates Outdoor Class and Performance Space (LA Sentinel) LeBron James Rebuts Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s Claim That Sports Figures Fan ‘Flames of Hatred’ (OC Register) Commentary: LA Sheriff Villanueva is the People’s Lawman. (KABC 790) September 23, 2020 7 […]

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Planting a SEED in South LA

Planting a SEED in South LA By Mark Ridley-Thomas and Phillip A. Washington, Special to the Los Angeles Sentinel On the northeast corner of Vermont and Manchester Avenues, a little over four acres of land have remained blighted and mostly vacant since the 1992 Civil Unrest, when the shopping center that once stood there was […]

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July 2020

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Juneteenth: A Day of Empowerment

As a portmanteau of June and nineteenth, Juneteenth in its literal sense is recognized as the date in which slaves in Galveston received news—more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation—that they were now free. In the centuries since, this date of delayed justice, it has come to embody much more; the […]