By Mark Ridley-Thomas in the Los Angeles Business Journal: A light-rail line, when built carefully to fit its surroundings, can create a corridor for high-value commercial and residential development. But a train rumbling through busy intersections in front of shops, homes and schools can also condemn a community to permanent second-class status. The Expo Line, […]
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This year’s seniors’ observance of African-American History Month will honor the “Our Authors Study Club, Inc.” Working with elected officials, community groups, educational institutions and the general public, the Club publishes and disseminates information about the contributions African-Americans and their descendents have made to the world’s history, literature and culture. Entertainment will be provided featuring […]
Saturday, February 13, 2010 (2 p.m. – 6 p.m.) Ages: 13 – 18 years old BBQ & Hip Hop Dance Performances!!! Dress Code Enforced – Dress to Impress (No caps, rags or white T-shirts) NO PERMISSION SLIP or NO ID = NO ENTRY – NO EXCEPTIONS Permission Slip (PDF)
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2010 (6:00 pm) Testimonials from Freedom Riders and Civil Rights Activists. Private docent tour of the museum including the exhibits After 1968 and An Idea Called Tomorrow 2. California African American Museum 600 Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA 90037 (parking available in adjacent lot) Complimentary hors d’ oeuvre and cocktail reception. RSVP […]
You are invited to attend a community workshop to develop a Beautification Plan for your neighborhood. Saturday, February 13, 2010 (10am to noon) Ronald McNair Elementary School Cafeteria 1450 W El Segundo Blvd Compton, CA 90222 Please plan to join us at the final community workshop to view the conceptual station design to improve pedestrian […]