Cancer Kills More African-Americans – African American men are twice as likely to die from prostate cancer. Black women die at higher rates from breast cancer.
Free Documentary Film Screening and Discussion “ON THESE SHOULDERS WE STAND” You are invited to join us at a free screening of Glenne McElhinney’s documentary, “On These Shoulders We Stand,” about LGBT civil rights in the 60s and 70s in Los Angeles. After the screening a panel of local community activists including Wes Jo and [...]
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Marianne Williamson Teams with The Women’s Campaign School at Yale University to Create SISTER GIANT, 2 DAY Symposium to Empower Women to Run for Political Office, November 10-11, 2012 Saban Theatre 8440 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 View Larger Map WHO: New York Times bestselling author Marianne Williamson partners with The Women’s Campaign School [...]
Gil Garcetti, who remarkably transitioned from 32 years of public service as a prosecutor (eight as L.A.’s District Attorney) to a second career as a distinguished artist-photographer, author and philanthropist, will be among the speakers at the September 23 “Pushing Forward With Obama” gala fundraiser in Mt Washington.
n Friday September 21, 2012 the California NAACP, the YES on 34 Campaign, civil rights and clergy leaders, and community members will come together to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the execution of Troy Davis, an innocent African-American man who was put to death by the state of Georgia. Those gathered will honor the memory [...]