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President Obama, Fans Speaks on the Death of Music Genius, Prince By Gloria Zuurveen Editor and Chief LOS ANGELES— President Obama statement on the death of music genius, Prince, 57, who was found dead in his Paisley Park home and studio on yesterday, April 21, 2016. "Today, the world lost a creative icon. Michelle and I join millions of fans from around the world in mourning the sudden death of Prince. Few artists have influenced the sound and trajectory of popular music more distinctly, or touched quite so many people with their talent. As one of the most gifted and prolific musicians of our time, Prince did it all. Funk. R&B. Rock and roll. He was a virtuoso instrumentalist, a brilliant bandleader, and an electrifying performer. " 'A strong spirit transcends rules,' Prince once said — and nobody's spirit was stronger,
Harriet Tubman To Be First African-American On U.S. Currency By Megan Cassella From Reuters Anti-slavery crusader Harriet Tubman will become the first African-American on the face of U.S. paper currency, and the first woman in more than a century, when she replaces former President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. The U.S. Treasury Department said on Wednesday that Tubman, who was born into slavery in the early 1820s and went on to help hundreds of slaves escape, would take the center spot on the bill, while Jackson, a slave owner, would move to the back. Introduced alongside a slew of changes to the $5 and $10 notes as well, the redesign
bolder, or more creative. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, his band, and all who loved him." Robert L. Johnson, Founder & Chairman of The RLJ Companies, RLJ Entertainment, and the Founder of Black Entertainment Television speaking from West Palm Beach, Florida said, "As the founder of
Black Entertainment Television (BET) to which the musical genius of Prince contributed so much, I am deeply saddened by his untimely death.” Mayor Eric Garcetti said on the passing of music icon Prince, “Prince was a once-in-ageneration talent. His genius on stage, and in the studio, was matched only by his determina-
tion to protect the integrity of his art and defend the rights of artists to control what they create. Memories of his work take me back to my childhood — and years later, I had the good fortune to witness his brilliance during an incredible performance at the Roosevelt Hotel. That night, I spoke to him briefly about my admiration for his music.
Hundreds Packed City Hall for Marva Smith Battle-Bey’s Memorial Service
Today, I join people in Los Angeles and throughout the world in mourning the loss of a true icon.” The music world and a world of fans will miss this musical genius. Prince was one of the most brilliant and creative artists and performers, and he was also one of the smartest business music guys I met. I will miss his idiosyncratic and quirky ways which fascinated me during the times we met when I was running BET, and of course his indelible imprint on the world of music. Purple Rain is falling all over the world today!" Anthony Bond reporting for the Mirror, said, “Prince, an intensely private person, sold more than 100 million records during his career, won seven Grammy awards and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.” Twitter went into Please see Prince, page 13
Dr. Gloria Zuurveen To Speak at People’s Independent Church of Christ Annual Women’s Day and Prayer Breakfast LOS ANGELES—Back by popular demand, Dr. Gloria Zuurveen will serve as keynote speaker for a second time during the annual Women’s Day and Mary Virginia Green Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, May 28 at 10 o’clock am, given by the Women’s Christian Fellowship of People’s Independent Church of Christ under the leadership of Bishop Craig A.
Photo courtesy Lura Ball Photo courtesy Lura Ball Staff of VSEDC speaking during memorial service at City Hall 4/16. Gloria Gilmore and Mablean Ephraim at memorial service.
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Photo courtesy Lura Ball Mayor Eric Garcetti presents proclamation to family. (left) Gloria Gilmore and Dr. Stephon F. Battle-Bey (right).
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Hello Readers , It has been a trying week but thanks be to God I made it. I made it when all hope seemed to have been gone. But I praise God for the prayers of the righteous that availeth much. e don’t even know or understand the importance of prayer and the importance of immediately prayer when one ask for it for a certain concern they may have it is wise to understanding that prayer is always right. Anytime and any place. It is the right time to pray for the needs of others. It is always right to pray for the request from others and most of all it is good to pray for one self and trust that God hears your every request. Let us pray for the family and all the fans of Prince. The Legend and Icon who changed the way music and performing music was done. He was an inspiration to so many people all over the world and he felt the world’s pain as he would display his wisdom in his songs that moved a nation to mourn his death on Thursday after the news broke. God answers prayers. Try Him!
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‘Bill O’Racist’ at It Again By George E. Curry George Curry Media Columnist I have written about Bill O’Reilly, a/k/a “Bill O’Racist,” in the past and his proclivity to distort the facts when discussing African Americans. Well, he’s at it again. On one of his recent shows on Fox News, he asked, “Don’t you think most AfricanAmericans know there are super predators among their ethnic group? Don’t they know it?” Earlier in the year, he said, “Well, Sanders says he is a straight talker but not, not on this issue. Here’s the truth. African-Americans make up 13 percent of the total population in the U.S.A. but commit 37 percent of all murders. And 90 percent of black murder victims are killed by other blacks. You will never ever hear either Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton say that. Republican candidates will not likely point it out either because it’s politically incorrect. It’s much easier to decry racism than actually address the root causes of violent crime which are a corrosive culture and collapse of the traditional family.” For the record, every racial and ethnic group has predators among its ranks, just as they have members who are positive forces. In his rush to blame everything on “corrosive culture” and “collapse of the traditional family” among African Americans, Bill O’Racist conveniently ignores some basic facts. He should have learned last November from Donald Trump’s re -tweeting an erroneous post that claimed that 81 percent of Whites are killed by Blacks. Not only was that fiction, the supposedly source for the figure —“Crime Statistics Bureau – San Francisco” – did not exist. As fact checkers pointed out at the time, only 15 percent of Whites are killed by Blacks. “Trump cast blacks as the primary killers of whites, but the exact opposite is true. By overwhelming percentages, whites tend to kill other whites. Similarly, blacks tend to kill other blacks. These trends have been observed for decades,” Politifact observed. Indeed, FBI stats show that few homicides are committed outside an assailant’s race. In fact, 8 percent of Blacks are killed by Whites and 90 percent of African Americans are killed by other African Americans. According to the FBI, 82 percent of Whites are killed by other Whites. Clearly, there is no “corrosive culture” factor among African Americans at play here. A report titled, “Black Homicide Victimization in the United States: An Analysis of 2013 Homicide Data” by the Washington, D.C. -based Violence Policy Center, provides further insight into Black homicides. The typical Black homicide victim was 31 years old; 7 percent were younger than 18 years old and 2 percent were 65 years old or older. Most – 87 percent – were male and 13 percent were fe-
male. The report notes that 84 percent of all Black victims (4,960 out of 5,891) were killed with guns. Of those, 73 percent were killed with handguns. Significantly, 72 percent (2,002 out of 2,766) of Black victims were killed by someone they knew. Only 764 were killed by strangers. Moreover, 51 percent of the homicides grew out of an argument between the victim and the assailant. Approximately 15 percent were reported to be gang-related. Instead of dwelling on Bill O’Reilly’s ignorant diatribe, the stats should point us in a different direction if we want to reduce homicides in Black America. First there is the larger issue of gun control. “Blacks in the United States are disproportionately affected by homicide. For the year 2013, blacks represented 13 percent of the nation’s population, yet accounted for 50 percent of all homicidevictims,” the Violence Policy Center report stated. “… For black victims of homicide, like all victims of homicide, guns – usually handguns – are far and away the number-one murder tool. Successful efforts to reduce America’s black homicide toll, like America’s homicide toll as a whole, must put a focus on reducing access and exposure to firearms.” Equally important, we most focus on young Black males. That’s not to say we should ignore Black females – we shouldn’t – but 87 percent of Black homicide victims are male. No other group is close. “The homicide rate for black male victims was 30.59 per 100,000. In comparison, the overall rate for male homicide victims was 6.87 per 100,000. For white male homicide victims it was 3.71 per 100,000. The homicide rate for female black victims was 4.36 per 100,000. In comparison, the overall rate for female homicide victims was 1.72 per 100,000. For white female homicide victims it was 1.39 per 100,000,” according to the report. Finally, we must discard the stereotype that most homicides are a result of random violence. As the figures show, 72 percent of Black victims were killed by someone they knew. And just more than half of those deaths began with an argument. With 15 percent of the deaths attributed to gangs, they also cannot be ignored. Teaching Black men to successfully resolve conflict nonviolently has to be a top priority, if we are going to be successful. And this must start early in the life of boys. There are many reasons to be concerned about homicide in Black America. But Bill O’Racist and other right-wing nuts totally miss the point. George E. Curry is President and CEO of George Curry Media, LLC. He is the former editor-in-chief of Emerge magazine and the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service (NNPA). He is a keynote speaker, moderator, and media coach. Curry can be reached through his Web site, georgecurry.com. You can also follow him at twitter.com/currygeorge, George E. Curry Fan Page on Facebook, and Periscope. See previous columns at http:// www.georgecurry.com/columns.
Black-on-Black Coalescence (Part One) By James Clingman Coalition-building is the best way for Black people to make the kind of progress we need to make in this country, especially when it comes to economic empowerment. Some have posited that Black people are swiftly becoming obsolete. From the agricultural economy to the industrial and mass production economy Black folks, in some cases, had it going on. Many individual Blacks did quite well with jobs and businesses in those areas. As we moved through the technology/information economy and now into the knowledge-based economy, the rules for survival have changed. Are Black people as a group becoming obsolete? Someone said, “All the shoes have been shined and all the cotton has been picked,” which suggests that Black people are no longer needed by white folks, therefore, if we do not change our ways when it comes to business and job development we will indeed become obsolete. Frederick Douglass, Booker T., and Garvey spoke of a time when we would have to consider the question of Black obsolescence if we did not awaken from our deep sleep and refuse to be dependent upon the largess of others for our sustenance. The strength we gain from coalescence will bring about this much-needed change, and one major step is to reach out and connect with other like-minded people of African descent. This should be done on a national and an international level, the closest area being just south of our country—the Caribbean. One of the greatest Africans in modern history was born in Jamaica. Of course, that would be Marcus Mosiah Garvey, who founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). Look across the Caribbean and you will find other Blacks who knew and followed through on solutions; they took action rather than merely talk about their problems. They stood up against aggression, ignorance, and oppression. They understood and followed through on the value of educating their people, and they subscribed to the lessons their elders left behind. Haitian history shows us strength and refusal to submit to enslavement; it also shows us resolve and a willingness to help others, as in the case of Haitian soldiers going to Savannah, Georgia to fight against the British in the Siege of Savannah on Oct. 9, 1779, during the U.S. Revolutionary War. We also remember the irrepressible Toussaint L’Overture, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, and Henri Christophe, Haitians who led the only successful slave revolt in the western hemisphere.
Many Black people came to the United States from the Caribbean and brought with them the same spirit, the same dedication and drive, and the same resolute character that causes men and women to seek for themselves, as Richard Allen taught back in 1767. Our Caribbean brothers and sisters have come with the determination to do for self, to rely on self, to cooperate with one another, and build an economic system within their own ranks. This article is written in an effort to celebrate our people and establish relationships that will engender cooperation among our people. Marcus Garvey instructed us to do one thing prior to taking on economic empowerment initiatives. He told us to “Organize!” He shared with us the truth about economic empowerment over political empowerment and how we should seek economics first. He said, “The most important area for the exercise of independent effort is economic. After a people have established successfully a firm industrial foundation they naturally turn to politics and society, but not first to society and politics, because the two latter cannot exist without the former.” Lessons from Garvey and others have led a precious few of us to implement strategies that, in fact, will lead to economic empowerment; we need many more. One such effort is the One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors (OMCBV&C), which was established on Garvey’s words, “The greatest weapon used against the Black man is disorganization.” The OMCBV&C movement is underway, actively recruiting that critical mass of Black people who will take action rather than merely talk about problems. The One Million will leverage dollars and votes to obtain reciprocity in the marketplace as well as in the public policy arena. See: www.iamoneofthemillion.com In the tradition of Marcus Garvey, the One Million is organized, cooperative, and supportive of one another. It is entrepreneurial in its philosophy regarding ownership and control of income producing assets. The One Million is molded in the very practical notion of using our own resources to help ourselves and our children. We are committed, dedicated, sacrificial in our giving, and unapologetically Black as we pursue our ultimate goals of economic and political strength—in that order. Black people, no matter where we were born or where we live, must appreciate the fact that we started out in the same place and our differences emanate from our experiences in the nations where our ships docked in the western hemisphere.
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EDUCATION & COMMUNITY NEWS Black Parents Say ‘Make UC an Option’ for African Americans By Brenda Payton From New America Media OAKLAND, Calif. -- The cost of a University of California education, feeling welcomed on campus and whether academic records are strong enough. These were among the concerns raised by a group of 16 African American parents educators, counselors, community college students - in a candid conversation with UC President Janet Napolitano. The recent two-hour exchange at Youth UpRising in East Oakland came at the request of the UC head, who has expressed concern over the relatively low numbers of African American students enrolled in the 10 campus UC system. Youth Uprising CEO Olis Simmons cochaired the exchange and invited the participants. “Since I took the job in September 2013, I’ve asked how we can make the University of California more representative of the students who graduate from high schools in California,” Napolitano told the group. “What are the real or perceived barriers to expanding enrollment?” African Americans accounted for 4.7 percent of admitted freshman in 2016, according to admissions data released by the University - slightly higher than 2014 but a dramatic drop since the passage of Prop 209 which barred the use of race in university admissions. Meanwhile, admissions for underrepresented minorities are up across the board, with Latinos making up 32 percent of the total. “The primary concerns I hear are how will they finance their
education, how can we demystify the application process and will there be a multicultural community to embrace them,” said UC Berkeley alum Judge Trina Thompson. Thompson, who mentors high school students, related how her own daughter was told by a high school counselor it would be a reach to get into the UC given the enrollment numbers for African American students. Nedra Ginwright, who provides leadership development for urban youth and is the mother of a freshman at UCLA, pointed out that despite financial aid offerings middle class families often fall through the cracks. She said her family had to take additional work to cover her son’s college expenses. Parents also said the process of transferring from a community college is arduous. In her response, Napolitano said a UC education is still about half the cost of a private school and that those whose families have an income of $80,000 or less attend tuition free. She also said more than half of UC students graduate with no
debt, if they complete school in four years. She did concede, however, the UC needs to do more individualized work with families to help them navigate the financial challenges. But there was a more general and intangible concern that was a recurring theme of the evening. Would African American students feel welcome and supported on campuses with so few students like them? “I had the perception that (my son’s) admission was an unattainable dream,” Ginwright said. “And I still have the sense, is he really supposed to be there?” Natalie Figueroa said when she took her oldest child, a senior at Oakland Tech, on a tour of the UC Berkeley campus, an African American student approached them. “She said she could give us the lowdown about what it’s really like and it would’t be pretty. That raised concerns,” Figueroa said. “We saw Akintunde Ahmad, the Oakland Tech senior who had a 5-point grade average and was all over the national news, he was
rejected by UC. He went to Yale,” said Andrea Phillips, a counselor at the Contra Costa Community College District and a UC Berkeley graduate. In spite of their concerns, participants made it clear they value the UC system and want to do what they can to make it more attractive and accessible to African American students. “I want students to have the option of UC. It was so great for me,” said Millicent Cox, a UCLA graduate. “It didn’t seem out of reach or unaffordable.” Another parent said people would not hesitate to represent the UC system in a positive light if the admission process and student experiences reflected their goals. “We all think it’s a great treasure and resource,” she said. Macheo Payne, an educator and UC Berkeley alum, emphasized the importance of staff and faculty who support African American students. He said Jessica Brown, in the admissions office when he attended, was called the Harriet Tubman of UC because she brought so many African-American students in. “If you don’t have the African American staff to receive them and make them feel warm and welcome, then it doesn’t matter if they enroll, they won’t stay,” he said. Jeanne Wilson, the dean of special programs and services at Chabot College, said while African American students make up just 10 percent of the student population there, they congregate around the offices of three African American
counselors. “The counselors make a hub, a place where black students see other black students,” Wilson said. Several participants urged Napolitano to ask African American students about their experiences and to ask those who were admitted but declined to attend what influenced their decision. The group offered numerous suggestions for ways to attract more African American students. Invite them to apply. Invite Black Student Unions from high schools to attend a youth empowerment weekend. Increase dialogue with community college administrators. Start talking to students when they are in middle and elementary school. Make more use of African American graduates to recruit new students. Brianna Rogers, a re-entry student with plans to transfer from Berkeley City College to UC Berkeley, recommended professional development for staff and faculty. “Bring the professors into 2016,” she said. “Have them use more diverse literature.” “I always say a meeting is not a result,” Napolitano said as the dinner meeting drew to a close. “This has been an effective exchange of information that can inform change.” For Kimm Blackwell, a counselor at Berkeley City College, change is the operative word. “I see all that the schools have to offer and I want to be a part of changing the experiences to make it better,” said Blackwell. “UC needs to be an option.”
Michael Goes To Sacramento By Israel Matthews, Contributing Writer
This week has been very exciting because Michael and his classmates from Redeemer Elementary School traveled to Sacramento and will be back next week to give you all the scoop about his visit to the State Capitol and his fun adventures in the City of Sacramento and other places they traveled. So Stay Tune for next week. If you have been enjoying Izzy’s Column, we would like to hear from you. Just visit us at www.pacenewsonline.com and send us a message letting us know what you think and help us by letting us know what you like about Izzy’s Column.
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HEALTH & COMMUNITY NEWS Get Moving! 6 Ways To Add Steps To Your Day (BPT) - If you spend a large portion of your day sitting, you're not alone. Inactivity is one of the key factors contributing to the nation's high rate of obesity and its related health effects. Research shows 50 to 70 percent of people spend six or more hours a day sitting, and 20 to 35 percent spend four or more hours a day watching TV. This type of inactivity - or 'sitting disease' - can lead to serious health conditions. For example, nearly 35 percent of U.S. adults are obese, and obesity-related conditions including heart disease, stroke, Type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer are among the leading causes of preventable death. The estimated annual medical cost of obesity in the U.S. is $147 billion.
Annual medical spending on an obese patient is estimated to be $1,429 higher than it is for a person of normal weight, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While those figures are discouraging, there is one easy solution that could have a profound impact. Walking is one of the simplest, least expensive and most effective ways individuals can improve their health. It does not require any special skills, expensive equipment or a gym membership. Below are six easy ways to incorporate more walking into your day: 1. Take a walk with a coworker at lunchtime or schedule a walking meeting.
Free Donuts By Dean L. Jones, CPM Sweet stuff is for many folks an overwhelming attraction. While at work this week a colleague brought in donuts for the office and placed a sign above the infamous pink pastry box reading 'Free Donuts.' The purpose for the sign was to encourage workers to grab one and enjoy the free sweets. From morning to time to go home, there were workers over and over again making the general statement that they know it is something they are not supposed to eat, but they cannot resist. Even pre-diabetics took part in the free donut opportunity, which reinforces the notion that sweet for many is irresistible. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have worked hard to make it as clear as possible that consuming processed sugar directly causes heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and many other diseases that include overweight through morbid obesity. The extensive processing necessary to make refined sugar manufactures it to such a level that it can be classified as a toxic substance. It is an inflammatory to the body's digestive system, where some of us are at a much higher risk of developing heart disease than others. The CDC has formally published that at least 200,000 Americans die each year from heart disease and stroke, a considerable number being preventable. More than half of preventable heart disease and stroke deaths happen to people less than 65 years of age, and black people are nearly twice as likely as whites to die from preventable heart disease and stroke. Nearly 1 in 3 deaths each year in the United States stems from heart disease and stroke, where simply by eliminating tobacco smoking, alcohol, and processed sugary items such as multiple sodas that this statistic will unquestionably drop dramatically. It is common now to view television commercials for Atrial Fibril-
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Dean L. Jones lation (AFIB). This is the most common heart rhythm disorder among Americans, where people have heart palpitations, fainting spells, chest pains, all the way to congestive heart failure. AFIB increases the risk of stroke, and a lot of it depends on having additional risk factors such as high blood pressure. This is why foodstuff dangers are those items full of processed sugar, such as donuts, candy, sodas, and cookies that freely circulate American workplaces and are consumed nearly unconsciously every day. The better foodstuff like fresh fruits and vegetables are made to get the metabolism on track and produce the brain power needed to keep making the best choices that nourish the body. Fresh fruit is good for us humans, basically indispensable mainly because of its delicious taste and quick energy source in the form of sugar, as well as vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidant pigments, and other compounds that help reduce risks of disease. In brief, leaving this planet from overt sweet white crystal consumption is wrong, so live healthy in this world staying SugarAlert! www.SugarAlert.com Since 2007, as a contributing writer Dean steadfastly shares his understanding on the dangers of eating processed sugar.
2. Schedule a walk with the family after dinner. 3. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. 4. Walk to see a colleague rather than call or email. 5. Get off the bus or train one stop early on your way to work. 6. Start or join a walking or hiking group. By getting just 30 minutes of moderate physical activity, such as a brisk walk, at least five times a week, you could realize significant health benefits. Walking has been shown to lower the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, hypertension and Type 2 diabetes, improve muscle, bone and joint health, maintain a healthy weight, lead to better sleep and provide a mental boost. That's why the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association encourages individuals, groups and whole communities to take steps towards a healthier lifestyle through its WalkingWorks速 program. WalkingWorks, now in its 10th year, was developed in partnership with the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports to help Americans live healthier lives and reduce unnecessary medical costs. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies across the country also host annual National Walk@Lunch day events as a way to promote
healthy habits by incorporating walking into a busy work day. So don't just sit there and let that warm weather go to waste. Take steps to a better you, and see how walking does work! *Before beginning any weight loss or nutritional program or new exercise regime, consult with your doctor or healthcare provider.
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It's Your Medical Record: Make Sure It's Always About You (BPT) - There's only one you. But sometimes your name or some of your personal information is so similar to someone else's that doctors' offices or hospitals can have a hard time identifying your records correctly. It's a dangerous and costly problem that can lead to missed diagnoses, inappropriate treatments or unnecessary tests, as well as making it difficult for your doctor to share information with your other health care providers. A solution? A patient identifier that makes sure your unique health records accurately represent you. That's why the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), the national organization of health information management professionals, has started an online petition asking for a voluntary patient safety identifier. A voluntary patient safety identifier is something you could create and would allow medical systems to recognize you quickly and accu-
rately when accessing your information. It will help ensure all your health information is kept together and is complete, all the while remaining under your control. The petition will encourage our leaders in the federal government to engage with experts in the private sector who have experience in accurately identifying people, as they do in banking and other financial businesses, along with security experts. With 80 percent of doctors and 97 percent of hospitals currently using an electronic health record, having a way to accurately and safely exchange information can make health care more safe and effective. "The voluntary patient safety identifier - created and controlled by patients - will be a complete and positive gamechanger in health care in terms of patient safety, quality of care and financial consequences," says AHIMA CEO Lynne Thomas Gordon, MBA, RHIA, CAE, FACHE, FAHI-
MA. "We encourage patients, health care professionals and the public to think about patient safety and sign our online petition. We want to make health care safer, more efficient and more effective for everyone." The challenge of accurate patient identification is illustrated by a study conducted by the Harris County Hospital District in Houston, which found that, among 3.5 million patients, there were nearly 70,000 instances where two or more patients shared the same last name, first name and date of birth. Among these were 2,488 different patients named Maria Garcia and 231 of those shared the same birth date. That's why people from across the country are supporting a petition that asks the Obama administration to join with the private sector to discuss a voluntary patient safety identifier. Please add your name to the list - it's time.
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NATIONAL/STATE & REGIONAL NEWS Oprah Rejoices as Harriet Tubman Selected To Be On $20 Bill By John Carucci NEW YORK (AP) — “I love it,” Oprah Winfrey shouted, pumping her fist in the air. In this image made from a video, Oprah Winfrey attends Greenleaf premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, Wednesday, April 20, 2016, in New York. Winfrey said that she was ecstatic that Harriet Tubmans portrait would replace Andrew Johnson on the $20 bill. Tubman will become the first AfricanAmerican on U.S. paper money and the first woman to be depicted on currency in 100 years. (AP Photo) There was no mistaking her feelings about Harriet Tubman being selected as the next face of the $20 dollar bill. “That was my first choice. My second choice was Sojourner Truth,” Winfrey told The Associated Press Wednesday on the red carpet for her new series, “Greenleaf.” Like Tubman,
Truth also was an abolitionist during the 19th century. “I’m not going to cry here for AP, but I think that’s the best choice. That is the choice for America,” Winfrey said. Tubman, an antislavery activist will be the first African-American to appear on an American banknote and the first woman to appear on one in a century. Her portrait will replace former President Andrew Jackson, who will be moved to the back of the redesigned $20 bill. Born a slave, Tubman went on to lead the Underground Railroad, a secret network of safe houses where slaves were helped to escape to free states. “Now people that didn’t even know who she was are going to know who she is,” Winfrey said. Winfrey sees Tubman’s presence on the bill as historically significant, but also realizes it may carry less impact in a decade or so. “I
In this image made from a video, Oprah Winfrey attends Greenleaf premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, Wednesday, April 20, 2016, in New York. Winfrey said that she was ecstatic that Harriet Tubmans portrait would replace Andrew Johnson on the $20 bill. Tubman will become the first African -American on U.S. paper money and the first woman to be depicted on currency in 100 years. (AP Photo) think in 10 years we won’t be using currency anymore…
Harriet Tubman To Be First African-American On U.S. Currency (Continued from page 1) gives the Treasury "a chance to open the aperture to reflect more of America's history," Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said. A new $10 bill will add images of five female leaders of the women's suffrage movement, including Sojourner Truth and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, to the back, while keeping founding father Alexander Hamilton on the front. The reverse of a new $5 note will show former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt and civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., officials said. Former President Abraham Lincoln will remain on the front. Lew said the designs should be unveiled by 2020 and go into circulation "as quickly as possible," although he declined to say when. He said the $10 bill was scheduled to go out first, citing security needs. The long-awaited decision to replace the seventh president of the United States with Tubman followed months of outreach by the Treasury regarding which woman should be featured on a bill. The debate began when the Treasury announced plans in June to feature a woman on the $10 note, prompted partly by a young girl's letter to President Barack Obama that criticized the lack of women on U.S. currency and a social media campaign last year called "Women on 20s." A MUSICAL Hamilton’s growing celebrity status, due largely to a Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical about his life, “Hamilton,” created by LinManuel Miranda, propelled an effort to keep the first U.S. Treasury secretary on the $10 note and to replace Jackson on the $20 bill instead. Jackson, a hero of the
everybody will be using their phones or their device, but I think it’s fantastic. That was my first choice,” Winfrey reiterated. The media mogul made the comments promoting her latest OWN network
show at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Winfrey serves as executive producer and also appears in the series about a journalist who returns home to her estranged family in the South.
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War of 1812's Battle of New Orleans, was president from 18291837. But he has been criticized for his treatment of American Indians and ownership of slaves. Harriet Tubman is $20 bill's new face: Treasury After considering hundreds of candidates, Lew said Tubman was chosen for her leadership and work helping others. "It's the essential story of American democracy about how one person who grew up in slavery, never had the benefit of learning how to read or write, could change the course of history," he said. Tubman grew up working on a Maryland plantation and escaped in her late 20s. She returned to the South to help hundreds of black slaves to freedom and worked as a Union spy during the Civil War. She died in 1913. Women have not been depicted on U.S. bills since Martha Washington, who was on the $1 silver certificate from 1891 to 1896, and Pocahontas, who was in a group picture on the $20 bill from 1865 to 1869. On coins, Sacagawea, a Native American who assisted the Lewis and Clark Expedition, is
featured on the gold dollar, and suffragist Susan B. Anthony is on the silver dollar. Deaf-blind author and activist Helen Keller is on the back of the Alabama quarter. Tubman became the toptrending hashtag on Twitter shortly after the news broke on Wednesday, with more than 100,000 tweets and mentions online. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who is campaigning to become the first female U.S. president, praised Tubman as "a woman, a leader, and a freedom fighter" on Twitter and said she could not think of a better choice. Some Twitter users applauded Treasury’s decision to keep Hamilton on the $10 bill. Actress Mara Wilson (@MaraWritesStuff) tweeted at Miranda, the "Hamilton" creator, saying: “@Lin_Manuel First you win a Pulitzer, now you're affecting US currency. Get some rest!" (Reporting by Megan Cassella; Additional reporting by Timothy Ahmann in Washington and Gina Cherelus and Amy Tennery in New York; Editing by Toni Reinhold and Peter Cooney)
LOS ANGELES, CA – Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang, Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/ County Clerk Dean Logan, and Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs Brian J. Stiger are collaborating to remind new homeowners to be wary of solicitations from private companies offering free government services for hefty fees. Although copies of deeds and applications for property tax exemptions are offered at a minimal cost or free from government offices, new homeowners often receive commercial solicitations to pay for those services. The official-looking mailings frequently include offers to help find property-related information for taxpayers for a fee. “New property owners might assume that these letters come from a government agency and end up paying for a free service,” said Assessor Jeffrey Prang. “This deceptive practice undermines the services the County already provides for free. Even I have received those solicitations after recently moving into a new home.” Property assessment services and inquiries are available free of charge or for a minimal cost on the Office of the Assessor’s website at assessor.lacounty.gov. Also, the new “Assessor Portal” provides comprehensive
property information and 32 years of assessment history in a modern, intuitive, and searchable website. The Portal may be viewed here: http:// portal.assessor.lacounty.gov/ “Our department is fully committed to keeping the public informed of this fraudulent activity,” said Dean Logan, Los Angeles County RegistrarRecorder/County Clerk. “We have been working with the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs to ensure homeowners take advantage of all of the resources we offer. We encourage homeowners to contact us if they have any property related questions.” Copies of deeds, records, and other information, can be obtained from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/ County Clerk at www.lavote.net. "Our department is committed to fighting homeowner fraud in Los Angeles County,” said Brian J. Stiger, Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs. “We encourage homeowners to contact our department at (800) 593-8222 any time they have any question about home-related documents or mail they receive." Homeowners should report receipt of solicitations from private companies offering real estate services for a fee to the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs at http:// dcba.lacounty.gov/
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ART&ENTERTAINMENT NEWS President Obama, Fans Speaks Low-Budget Moving On the Death of Music Genius, Prince Hauling & Delivery Service (Continued from page 1) overload with celebrities and fans alike expressing their disbelief, sorrow, condolences, and more after hearing about the death of the music genius who changed the way music was controlled and distributed by artists. Chaka Khan tweeted: I LOVED him, the world LOVED him. Now he's at peace with his Father. Rest in power, @prince, my brother. "Nobody's spirit was stronger, bolder, or more creative." —The President and First Lady on the passing of @Prince. Oprah Winfrey said, “Prince the doves really are crying now. Listening to your music. Remembering you. #RIPPrince.” Lenny Kravitz said, “My musical brother... “My friend... The one who showed me
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edly treated last week for dehydration in Illinois after an unscheduled stop of a plane he was on while returning from a performance in Georgia. On Saturday night at Paisley Park, Prince threw a dance party and made a brief appearance to assure people he was fine. "Wait a few days before you waste any prayers," he told revelers. Widely considered a pop music pioneer, Prince is credited with creating what became known as the Minneapolis Sound — a mix of rock, electronic music, funk and more. Born Prince Rogers Nelson in Minneapolis, Prince was the product of a broken home who found refuge in music, his Hall of Fame biography noted. "By his early teens, he'd mastered multiple instruments ... A demo tape by the young prodigy resulted in majorlabel interest, and an 18-year-old Prince signed to Warner Bros., insisting on the right to selfproduce." Known for fiercely protecting his privacy, Prince recently showed signs of shedding his reclusive reputation. He hosted several late-night jam sessions where he serenaded Madonna, celebrated the Minnesota Lynx's WNBA championship and showcased his latest protege, singer Judith Hill. ABC7.com reported that Prince was also fiercely protective of his independence, battling his record company over control of his material and even his name. For a time, he even insisted that he be
called "TAFKAP," or The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, and identified with a key-like symbol. He once wrote "slave" on his face in protest of not owning his work and famously battled and then departed his label, Warner Bros., before returning a few years ago. On stage in New York City last month, he told fans that he was writing his memoir. "The Beautiful Ones'' was expected to be released in the fall of 2017 by publishing house Spiegel & Grau. Prince impacted the lives of so many people with his gift of music and his legacy will live on through generations to come like, Israel Matthews, my 11 year old grandson, who was on a trip in Sacramento and heard the news about the death of Prince. He called and said, “Grandma, I heard Prince that died. Is it true?” I said, “Yes, it is true.” He said, “Can you believe it? Me and mom just watched his movie, ‘Purple Rain’ last week.” Monica Griffith who raised her young daughters, Thea Monyee and Tara during the early 90s said “I always knew that he [Prince] was before his time.” Prince had that mesmerizing affect on people. When he spoke or simply showed up he commanded your attention. Today the world is at attention at the death of a genius who impacted so many lives with music from his soul.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY Notice of Certificate of Acceptance and Declaration of Land Patent Assignee. To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Know that the live man, one, Mark Lynn Crumpacker, does hereby certify and declare that: 1.One is a lawful "Assignee" in the federal Land Patent # 737246. Dated, February 27 in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty [A.D. 1920]; that one has brought up said Land Patent In one’s name as it pertains to that portion of the land described as Lot 40 of tract 26801 near the city of Santa Clarita Los Angeles county, California, as per book 174 pages 48-50, inclusive. The character of said land so claimed by the patent, and legally described and referenced under the Patent Number listed above is: Township four, north of Range fourteen west and the south half of the northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section twelve in Township four north of Range fifteen west of the San Bernardino Meridian, California. Containing one hundred sixty-five and thirty-eight-hundredth acres." 2.One is an Assignee at Law and a bona fide Assignee and lawful “absolute owner” by way of valuable consideration, only for the certain legally described portion of the tract of Land, which is duly authorized to be executed in pursuance of the supremacy of Treaty Law, citation and Constitutional Mandate, herein referenced, whereupon a duly authenticated true and correct lawful description, together with all hereditament, tenements and pre-emptive rights appurtenant thereto, the lawful and valuable consideration which is appended hereto, and made a part of this Notice of Certificate of Acceptance and Declaration of Land Patent Assignee. 3. Said tract of Private Land is located in California and is not “in this state” (as defined under California
Revenue and Taxation Code, Section 130(f)) 4. The filing of this Notice of Certificate of Acceptance and Declaration of Land Patent Assignee shall not deny or infringe upon any right or privilege, or Immunity of any other Heir or Assigns to any other portion of the tract of land covered in the abovedescribed federal Patent Number 737246. 5. If this duly certified copy of the Land Patent is not challenged by a lawfully qualified party having a lawful claim, lien, debt, or other equitable interest in a lawful court of competent jurisdiction within thirty days from the date of the filing of this NOTICE then the above described property shall become the allodial Freehold of the Heir or Assignee to said Patent, the certain lawfully described portion of the private Land of the federal Land Patent shall be considered henceforth perfected in one’s birthright Title: "Mark Lynn Crumpacker", and all future claims against this private Land shall be forever waived. 6. Therefore, said land remains unencumbered, free and clear, and without liens or lawfully attached in any way, and is hereby declared to be private land and private property, not subject to any commercial forums (e. g. U. C. C.) whatsoever. Additionally, a Common Law courtesy period of thirty calendar days is stipulated for any challenges hereto, otherwise, laches or estoppel shall forever bar the same against said allodial freehold estate; assessment lien theory to the contrary, notwithstanding. Therefore, said declaration after thirty calendar days from verified date of receipt, if no challenges are brought forth and upheld, perfects this allodial Title for the Declarant and his heirs or assigns forever. Pub. March 25, April 1, 8, 15, 2016 PACE NEWS
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016075174 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: 1. Cassia Services 2. Cassia Disposal Services, 6323 10th Ave, Suite 210, Los Angeles, CA 90043 LA County Registered Owner(s): Cindylynn Suba, 6323 10th Ave, Suite 210, Los Angeles, CA 90043 This business is conducted by an individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on01/15/2016. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) SIGNED: Cindylynn Suba Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on March 28, 2016 Expires March 28, 2021. Notice-This fictitious Name Statement expires five years from date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). (First Filing) Pub April 15, 22, 29 May 6, 2016PN
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The following person (s) is/are doing business as: Accounting Career Awareness Program, 5471 Hillcrest Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90043 LA County Registered Owner(s): Ida E. Yarbrough, 5471 Hillcrest Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90043 This business is conducted by an individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) SIGNED: Ida E. Yarbrough Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on March 9, 2016 Expires March 9, 2021. Notice-This fictitious Name Statement expires five years from date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). (First Filing) Pub April 8, 15, 22, 29 ,2016PN
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015290119 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: All Children Unite, 9451 La Salle Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90047; P.O. Box 6153 Compton, CA 90224 Registered Owner(s): Catherin Anderson, 9451 La Salle Los Angeles, CA 90047 This business is conducted by an Individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) SIGNED: Catherine Anderson Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on November 13, 2015 Expires November 13, 2020. Notice-This fictitious Name Statement expires five years from date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). (First Filing) Pub December 4, 11, 18, 25, 2015PN
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016060197 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: Green Works Construction, 8306 Wilshire Blvd, #221, Los Angeles, CA 90211-2304 LA County Registered Owner(s): Timothy Campbell, 8306 Wilshire Blvd, #221, Los Angeles, CA 90211-2304 This business is conducted by an Individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 01/01/2012. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) SIGNED: Timothy Campbell Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on March 11, 2016 Expires March 11, 202021. Notice-This fictitious Name Statement expires five years from date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). (First Filing) Pub March 18, 25, April 1, 8, 2016PN
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The following person (s) is/are doing business as: Cool Jack Publishing, 3763 6th Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90016 LA County Registered Owner(s): Brian Bently, 3763 6th Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90016 This business is conducted by an individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) SIGNED: Brian Bently Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on April 11, 2016 Expires April 11, 2021. NoticeThis fictitious Name Statement expires five years from date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). (First Filing) Pub April 15, 22, 29 ,May 6, 2016PN
The following person (s) is/are doing business as: Yvette Bently & Associates, 3763 6th Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90018 LA County Registered Owner(s): Yvette Faye Bently, 3763 6th Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90018 This business is conducted by an individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) SIGNED: Yvette Faye Bently Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on April 11, 2016 Expires April 11, 2021. Notice-This fictitious Name Statement expires five years from date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). (First Filing) Pub April 15, 22, 29 ,May 6, 2016PN
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