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A New Way of Life &Love Home, Inc. To Join NBC4 and Telemundo 52 at Glory Thrift Store February 2 By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief Susan Burton, Founder and Executive Director, A New Way of Life (ANWOL) Reentry Project provides housing, case management, pro bono legal services, advocacy and leadership development for women rebuilding their lives after prison. Zina Love, Founder, Love Home Inc. (LHI), LHI provides interim, shared supportive housing for low-income, disad-
Fred Roggin vantaged, and underrepresented males and females in Los Angeles County. Many suffer from single or co-occurring mental disorders such as substance use, alcoholism, and chronic homelessness. Others are formerly incarcerated and striving to reenter society. Love said, “We
34th Annual MLK, Jr. Kingdom Day Parade Kicks Off Los Angeles, CA — Thousand attended the 34th MLK, Jr. Kingdom Day Parade produced by Dr. Adrian Dove, President and CEO, which the place of Love on display. Street spectators were treated to a day filled with history coupled with music and dancing to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dave Roberts, Manager, L.A. Dodgers was this years’ Grand Marshal. Congresswoman Maxine Waters, a previous Parade Grand Marshal, gave a riveting speech, while Leslie Sykes, Co-Anchor, ABC7 gave a pleasant flow to the VIP Breakfast as the mistress of ceremonies and hosted the television coverage with Michele Tuzee, ABC7 CoAnchor. ABC7 broadcast the 34th Annual Kingdom Day Parade Live on Monday, January 21, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The Parade was proud to welcome back its Presenting Sponsor; Blue Shield of California. The Kingdom Day Parade passionately honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and has grown from its humble beginnings into the largest and longest running Birthday Please see MLK, page 4
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Robert Kovacik Both will participate on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019 at Glory Thrift Store located at 3707 West 54th Street in Los Angeles with NBC4’s President and General Manager, Steve Carlston, Sports Anchor Fred Roggin, Reporter Beverly White, Anchor Colleen Williams, Fritz Coleman, Reporter Robert Kovacik, Meteorologist Belen De Leon as NBC4 and Telemundo 52 host a clothing drive for Glory Thrift Store. The community is invited to come out and join NBC4 and Telemundo 52 as they show their
call the people who live in our homes, Love Home Guests.” ANWOL and LHI are collaborative partners with Parent Action Coalition for Education (PACE), a 501c3 nonprofit organization that opened Glory Thrift Store (GTS) as a social enterprise to provide resources to help end homelessness and poverty in the community by way of providing resale clothing at low cost or no cost to help youth and their families in need of jobs, housing and more.
NBC4 and Telemundo 52’s “Project Innovation” Grant Challenge Now Available To Nonprofits To Compete for $225,000 Universal City, CA – NBC4 / KNBC and Telemundo 52 / KVEA in partnership with the NBCUniversal Foundation today announced the return of the Project Innovation grant program, providing eligible nonprofit organizations the opportunity to compete for $225,000 in grants. Organizations with innovative programs that address community needs can apply to one of four grant categories beginning on January 11, 2019 through February 15, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Applications can be submitted online in English at www.nbcuprojectinnovation.com and in Spanish at www.nbcuproyectoinnovacion.co m. “We’re pleased to bring back the Project Innovation grant program to support nonprofit organizations doing innovative work in our community,” said Steve Carlston, President and General Manager of NBC4. “This grant challenge is a great opportunity for groups to grow their programs and help strengthen neighborhoods throughout the Southland.”
Beverly White support for Parent Action Coalition for Education (PACE)’s Glory Thrift Store to provide resources to help end homelessness and poverty in South Los Angeles and the surrounding communities. For more information please contact Parent Action Coalition for Education (PACE) at (323) 244-7286.
Jan Perry Declares Candidacy for Los Angeles County Supervisor Joins 2020 Race to Represent the County’s 2nd District Los Angeles, Calif. – Jan Perry, former Los Angeles City Councilwoman for the 9th District today declared her candidacy for Los Angeles County Supervisor. If elected she will fill the vacancy in 2020 due to term limits. “I am running because I believe every family in the 2nd District should have a pathway to
“Our partnership with the NBCUniversal Foundation provides a unique opportunity to continue to strengthen and enhance the good work local nonprofits do each day to improve our communities,” said Celia Chavez, President and General Manager of Telemundo 52. “We look forward to seeing the creative solutions and programs brought forth in the 2019 grant cycle.” In 2018, Project Innovation awarded six organizations in the Los Angeles market a total of $225,000 in grants. Last year, Las
Fotos used its Project Innovation grant funding to empower young women in East Los Angeles with photography and digital training. In addition, Orange County-based Working Wardrobes used their grant to provide veterans with career development in technology, while the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation bolstered their STEM program for underrepresented high school youth. Presented in 11 markets throughout the country, including Los Angeles, Project Innovation Please see Project, page 3
Jan Perry economic prosperity,” said Councilwoman Perry. “I see tremendous potential in our communities, if we are creative and tenacious, we can attract good-paying jobs, build affordable housing, ensure every child in the district receives a quality education and Please see Perry, page 6
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NAACP Image Awards Celebrates 50 Years and Never Mention Its Co-Founder: Maggie Hathaway By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief The picture below of Maggie Hathaway and Ray Charles is doing one of the 50th NAACP Image Awards which use to be held in the Coconut Grove in Los Angeles. I want elaborate on all the details about Ms. Hathaway and all she fought for on behalf of black people in Los Angeles. But to read a press release like the one on page 9, I was appalled to continue reading after it was sent to me by a firm that does not represent us kindly as you can see how they omitted the facts and it was probably because they don’t know the facts. But nevertheless, they are in charge and they are sitting very large from dollars they gain on the backs of blacks and their images. Large they are sitting because as you see the ratings in the release on page 9 you know they’re pulling in big bucks. If you watch it when it airs you will see commercials after commercial. They pull you in and still you don’t win the big contracts like I spoke about previously in a 2015 article, “TVOne and NAACP Image Award Selling Out To Whites”. Well, the press release confirms that in 2019 on the
50th anniversary. Please take a look at it and see the mockery and the disrespect to the very one who started this award because just like the fighting over diversity at the Oscar, well, Ms. Hathaway didn’t ask anybody for an award because she started her own along with others like Sammy Davis Jr. and as you see other black celebrities. It was their blood, sweat and tears and the fighting all those years for to see today how the people like Reginald Hudlin and the NAACP national chapter have sold our people’s legacy. It is pitiful, it is a crying shame that we stand by and these people pay these games. It is wrong and it must be made right and we must demand that Ms. Hathaway name is not forgotten nor left in the past. No. We must call, and use social media when it counts alas. It counts to say our legacy, our history. Google Maggie Hathaway and you will see what I say. She deserves more respect than the NAACP is throwing her way. Take a stand today. Go to page 9 and have your say. Call the number and send a message on their twitter and facebook page and say we will not tolerate your doing this to Ms. Hathaway!
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EDUCATION & COMMUNITY NEWS Angry Parents Say Small Gains Did Not Justify Strike, While Move To Limit Parent Choices Harms Kids From SpeakUpParent.org The strike is finally over, and parents are breathing a huge sigh of relief that kids were back in school with their teachers Wednesday. However, parents expressed deep disappointment with a deal that accomplished only minor class size decreases and underscored what was apparently UTLA’s main mission all along: to limit parent choices. “The small tangible gains they made do not feel like it was worth a strike,” said Fang Huang, a parent at Broadway Mandarin Immersion program in Venice. “The gains were more in the political arena. It doesn’t seem like they gained that much for students.” Teachers received the same 6 percent raises that LAUSD had been offering for months, and while UTLA got rid of a clause allowing LAUSD to unilaterally increase class sizes, that also had been offered before the strike began. The deal only decreases class sizes by one student this year, one student next year and two students in 2021-22 (contingent, perhaps, on the public passing a parcel tax). While it’s illegal for LAUSD to bargain charter school policy as part of contract negotiations, it looks like that’s exactly what happened. In order to end the strike, UTLA appears to have held the district hostage and is forcing the Board to introduce a reso-
Mayor Eric Garcetti brokered a deal that’s bad for kids
lution at a meeting next Tuesday calling on the state to cap the number of new charter schools until their impact could be studied by the state. It’s unclear whether the resolution has enough votes to pass -- and whether a vote on the new UTLA contract would be derailed if the charter resolution fails. Even if it does pass, only the state can place a cap on the number of charters, not LAUSD. Nevertheless, parents saw it as a blatant power grab by the union and a clear attempt to overturn the results of the democratic school board elections in 2017, in which voters elected board members who were supportive of school choice. Parents are now gearing up for a battle -- potentially with Board members they had thought were in their corner. “I’m infuriated,” said Roxann Nazario, a parent at a
charter school in Board District 6 who campaigned for Board Member Kelly Gonez, who did not respond to calls or emails asking for her position on the charter cap resolution. “We elected her to protect us from this exact situation. I really hope she would never vote for this.” Board Vice President Nick Melvoin (BD4) told Speak UP, “I don’t support a cap on charters. I’m a supporter of studying things, but we should start with [studying] the academic impact of charters.” Board President Monica Garcia (BD2) and Richard Vladovic (BD7) did not return phone calls seeking comment. UTLA’s attempts to limit parent choices drew strong condemnation from Katie Braude, executive director of Speak UP, who criticized the deal as harmful to
NBC4 and Telemundo 52’s “Project Innovation” Grant Challenge Now Available To Nonprofits To Compete for $225,000 (Continued from page 1) is offered by the NBCUniversal Foundation and NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, a division of NBCUniversal. This year, NBC and Telemundo owned stations will present nearly $2.5 million in Project Innovation grants to eligible nonprofits that are physically located in the participating markets and service each market, have an annual operating budget of more than $100,000, and are using innovation to inspire community solutions in any of the following four grant categories: • Next Generation Storytellers: Programs that empower the next generation of storytellers and utilize media to drive social impact. • Culture of Inclusion: Programs that seek to build pathways for diverse and equitable communities. • Youth Education: Programs that equip youth with the tools they need to succeed, including STEM/ STEAM education. • Community Engagement: Programs that enable individuals to engage and volunteer in their communities. For program, rules/ eligibility and to access the application materials visit www.nbcuprojectinnovation.com. For information in Spanish visit www.nbcuproyectoinnovacion.co
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LAUSD’s most underserved parents and kids. “We are mystified by why the union insists on promoting this inequitable agenda,” Braude said. “Privileged families – those with high education and income levels – always have educational options for their children. They can afford to live in neighborhoods with high-performing schools. They can afford private schools, or have the time and sophistication to unravel the arcane magnet school and interdistrict transfer rules.” Those who would most suffer if a charter cap were to pass are impoverished kids of color looking for better schools. “Low-income children in LAUSD mostly live in neighborhoods with the lowest performing schools. Thankfully, they sometimes have the option to choose a highperforming charter school, and when they do, their lifetime outcomes are often vastly improved.” In the contract itself, UTLA also gained some additional input over charter colocations, although the tangible impact might be minimal. UTLA will have more of a voice in use of space decisions, but the union got no authority to sign off on co-location decisions. UTLA often pits district and charter parents against one another with divisive language around co-locations, and that continued Tuesday. Nazario had been considering sending her daughter to a district pilot or magnet school for middle school next year. But UTLA’s proposed charter cap and language in its summary of the tentative agreement, calling charter colocations “a threat,” made her so angry that she’s considering pulling her applications to district schools in favor of a charter middle school instead. “This sense of entitlement that the money for my child’s education goes to them -- the only person entitled to that funding is my child, and I should be the one who chooses where that money’s going to go,” Nazario said. District parents were equally troubled by UTLA’s obsession with charter schools, and judging from posts on social media, many parents and teachers felt like the strike was ultimately a large waste of time and money. Teachers lost seven days of pay, totaling $70 million. LAUSD lost $151.4 million in attendance revenue and suffered net losses of more than $81 million. Kids also lost more than a week of valuable academic instruction time. “It seems like the main focus was charter control,” said one LAUSD magnet school parent. “Class size, [and] counselor caseload changes are so minimal, they aren’t likely to make a positive change. Overall, I’m glad I only kept my kids out a couple of days in
support of my teachers. In the end, I knew the district and the union would screw us over. And that’s what we have here.” Many parents and teachers had believed UTLA’s false rhetoric about the district hiding and hoarding money, but the details of the deal underscored the fact that the funding does not exist to make the kinds of dramatic changes many parents and teachers had expected. “It’s tough when you say we have $1.8 billion, and then you have a deal that acknowledges we’ve already committed most of that,” Melvoin said. “Our investment in lowering class sizes and nurses and counselors reflects the financial challenges we have, and I appreciate UTLA’s acknowledgment of that, and we will go gradually.” LAUSD schools made their biggest gains in securing funds for more nurses, in part because Los Angeles County agreed to add some additional funding for that. What many parents did not realize, though, is that LAUSD has been unable to fill 40 open nurse positions for which it already has funding. LAUSD has not yet told the public how it plans to pay for this new contract, and the County has 10 days to decide whether to sign off on this deal. The agreement does nothing to tackle – and clearly exacerbates -- LAUSD’s serious financial problems. The district still has a $19 billion unfunded retiree health benefits liability and rising pension costs. Because the deal did not make lifetime retiree eligibility harder for new employees, this deal will likely only make the liability even larger. LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner said Tuesday that he’s still worried the district may go insolvent. All parties are now pushing for new sources of revenue, including a parcel tax in 2020, but UTLA’s repeated claims that the district already had the money could ultimately undermine that effort. “That was always my fear in the riling up folks under false pretenses,” Melvoin said. “With the parcel tax, if I’m a voter who got whipped up by UTLA, it’s like, well, ‘I thought they have all the money. Why do I need to tax myself to give them more?’ That is a tension that’s going to be in the background the next few years.” The contract also does nothing to help ensure that kids have an effective teacher in their classrooms. “There is no effort to address the inequities in teacher quality, such as senioritybased hiring and layoffs that contribute to the failure of neighborhood schools,” Braude said. “I’m baffled how people who call themselves progressives can support policies that promote persistent income and educational inequality.”
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34th Annual MLK, Jr. Kingdom Day Parade Kicks Off (Continued from page 1) Celebration of Dr. King, Jr. in the nation! This year, 2019 would have been Dr. King’s 90th birthday. Although he never reached the age of 40, his legacy will live forever. This years’ theme is “Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, Healthy Democracy”. The three 3-Mile parade route began at Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd & Western Avenue, and proceeded west to Crenshaw and then South thereupon to Vernon Ave, with a Post-Parade festival at the Leimert Park ending of the Parade. The Kingdom Day Parade’s community and corporate/supporters include the current Presenting Sponsor, Blue Shield of California. Additional sponsors include the Los Angeles Dodgers and The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital, Farmers Insurance, Baldwin Hills-Crenshaw Mall, Wells Fargo Bank, U.S. Bank, KNBC Channel 4, KTLA Channel 5, Radio Free 102.3 KJLH, The Real 92.3 Home of “Big Boy”: 94.7 The Wave, Power 106 (105.9) Hip Hop Live; KDAY 93.5- Back in the Day, Downtown LA MotorsMercedes, AIDS HealthCare Foundation, Denny’s Crenshaw, LAUSD’s Beyond The Bell, McDonalds, and Wescom Credit Union. The Parade is also appreciative of the in-kind and moral support from the City and County of
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NEWS L.A. County Makes Increased Investment in Partnership with Cities in Fight Against Homelessness $3.8 Million in Measure H Funds to Bolster Vital Locally-Driven Efforts Building on their regional approach to tackling homelessness, the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative and United Way of Greater Los Angeles announced the award of more than $3.8 million in Measure H funding to bolster the work of cities in implementing city-specific plans to combat and prevent homelessness. This funding award is a significant next step in strengthening the collaboration between the County and cities in the region, which are united in their commitment to address this complex humanitarian crisis. This new funding allocation aligns with the County’s partnership with cities to develop innovative solutions to homelessness at the local level. This partnership, which began with city participation in the development of the Homeless Initiative’s strategies in late 2016 and two subsequent city summits, accelerated with the award of planning grants to cities in November 2017 to develop cityfocused plans to address homelessness. In September 2018, L.A. County and United Way of Greater Los Angeles’ Home For Good Funders Collaborative issued a Request for Proposals for city-specific projects in two key areas: Priority Area 1: to increase the supply of supportive and interim housing for people experiencing homelessness; and Priority Area 2: to enhance the effectiveness of County service systems for those experiencing and/or at-risk of homelessness. 31 cities submitted applications, of which 30 applicants had previously received a Homelessness Planning Grant and submitted a cityspecific plan to address homelessness. Some cities submitted more than one application. More than $3.8 million has
been awarded at this time through the RFP process, to fully or partially fund 20 applications: 11 Priority 1 applications have been awarded up to $1,731,700. Projects include feasibility studies around motel conversions, modular housing, ADUs, inclusionary zoning and city-owned sites; property acquisition for interim and permanent housing; and land use planning. 9 Priority 2 applications have been awarded up to $2,005,564. Projects include funds for case managers, housing navigators and homeless coordinators; safe storage and shower services; and employment training programs. City applicants not funded at this time, as well as most cities whose applications are being partially funded, will have an opportunity to resubmit proposals based on specific guidance and with the support of the County Homeless Initiative and United Way. “There’s no one-size-fitsall solution to ending the homelessness crisis,” said Board of Supervisors Chair Janice Hahn. “Partnering with our cities to fund local projects that address their unique challenges is going to be key to building lasting change. I am encouraged by how many cities are rising to the challenge and ready to be part of the solution. “ “From Burbank to Culver City to Pomona to West Hollywood, these city planning grants, funded by Measure H, showcase thoughtful private-public partnerships and tangible solutions,” said Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. “As we seek more housing opportunities and service collaborations throughout Los Angeles County, these investments and partner-
ships will propel our region forward to bring Everyone In!” “I am extremely proud of the high level of engagement that 5th District cities demonstrated throughout the City Planning Grant process,” said Supervisor Kathryn Barger. “The County will not be able to solve the crisis of homelessness on its own – our cities are integral partners in providing outreach, supportive services, and housing to those in need. I’m eager to see how these localized solutions to combat homelessness will move into implementation and am committed to continue partnering in this work alongside our cities.” "We know that housing ends homelessness, and cities uniquely hold the key to more or less housing being built,” said Elise Buik, President and CEO, United Way of Greater Los Angeles. “While declarations on ending homelessness are an important step, the proposals submitted here demonstrate a serious commitment to seeing those promises through. We could not be more excited for what's to come." The L.A. County Homeless Initiative, created by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors, is charged with combating and preventing homelessness throughout the County. The Chief Executive Office/County Homeless Initiative provides oversight and hands-on guidance to deploy the infusion of funds from the landmark Measure H sales tax for services and programs and maximize the alignment and effectiveness of this unprecedented commitment. For more information, visit homeless.lacounty.gov. United Way of Greater Los Angeles is a nonprofit organization
fighting to end poverty by preparing students for high school graduation, college, and the workforce, housing our homeless neighbors, and guiding hard-working families towards economic mobility. United Way identifies the root causes of poverty and works
strategically to solve them by building alliances across all sectors, funding targeted programs and advocating for change. For more information, visit UnitedWayLA.org and EveryoneIn LA.org.
Jan Perry Declares Candidacy for Los Angeles County Supervisor Joins 2020 Race to Represent the County’s 2nd District (Continued from page 1) has access to social services that can help them meet their full potential,” she continued. The Councilwoman is known as one of the architects of the revitalization of Downtown Los Angeles. Perry brought $15 billion in private investments, $52 million in net new tax revenue, 90,000 full-time jobs and 1,000 affordable housing units to the 9th Councilmanic District of Los Angeles. She is viewed as one the most effective and visionary legislators in recent memory. “Jan Perry is innovative, compassionate and views public service as a calling. Her entrance into this race is timely,” said former Councilmember and Chief of Police Bernard Parks. “We desperately need Jan’s integrity to combat the criminal element that has undeniably permeated our public service community in local government. I was proud to stand by her side as we both attempted to cut out City Hall corruption at
its root. And today, I am proud to support her bid to become our next County Supervisor. From July 2013 to December 2018 Perry served as the general manager of the City of Los Angeles Economic Workforce Development Department (EWDD) where she oversaw a broad range of programs offering assistance to business, job seekers and disconnected youth. During her tenure, the department enrolled 91,000 people in its training and placement programs. Currently, she serves as the executive director of the Infrastructure Funding Alliance, a national initiative to meet future infrastructure, economic development, and environmental challenges. She lives in Ladera Heights with her daughter and her rescue dog Frank. To find out more about Jan Perry visit us at janperry2020.com or follow us on social media Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
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STATE & NATIONAL NEWS Florida Man Caught on Camera Threatening Black Teens with a Gun and Calling Them the N-word Miami, FL — A white man was caught on video confronting a group of Black teens while he was holding a gun and repeatedly shouting the n-word. The man, later identified as Mark Allen Bartlett, was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon without a license. On January 21st, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a white woman was caught on video shouting at Black teens who were participating in a “Wheels Up, Guns Down” demonstration and protesting the redevelopment of a public housing complex while riding their bicycles. She appar-
ently wanted the teens to get out the way as she said they were blocking the bridge. Another video captured by Florida activist movement, Dream Defenders, shows the woman, later identified as Dana Scalione, yelling “don’t touch me,” and a teen replied that he never touched her. She also claimed that someone ran over her foot with a bicycle and shoved the teen, although it was later found out that the bicycle stopped before actually hitting her foot. A few seconds later during that confrontation, her boyfriend, 51-year old Mark Allen Bartlett, got out of his car
brandishing his gun towards the teens and called them “d***-
a** f*****g n*****s,” as seen on the video. The video ended as Scalione and Bartlett were walking away still shouting expletives and racist insults. Bartlett was arrested on charges of illegally brandishing a gun and carrying a concealed weapon without a license on Monday. More serious charges of hate crime are expected to be imposed. Meanwhile, Scalione was fired from her real estate job at Insignia International Properties. According to the arrest report, Bartlett admitted carry-
ing a gun but claimed that he didn’t point it at anyone. He also tried to justify by saying that his girlfriend, Scalione, was outnumbered. He told WPLG Local 10, “I never threatened anybody. I just needed it in case something were to happen.” He also claimed he just blurted out the racial slurs out of anger and even said that “the reason why we use that word, the reason why Chinese people use the word, why Japanese people, European people, the reason why everybody uses that word is because Black people use that word.”
Best Start Watts/Willowbrook Hosted a Community Pride and Beautification Day LOS ANGELES— The partnership of Best Start Watts/ Willowbrook recently came together to host a Community Pride and Beautification Day in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event gave residents of the Watts and Willowbrook communities an opportunity to come together to create a cleaner and safer environment for their families to enjoy. Volunteers, families, and residents all convened at George Washington Carver Park in Willowbrook. Rakes, shovels, anti-dust masks, and reflective safety vests were distributed to ensure safety. “It was a great day of showing that we care about our communities of Watts and Willowbrook and passion for community service in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,” said Ken Carson, Best Start Watts/Willowbrook leadership member and chairman of the Community Pride and Beautification Day planning committee.
More than fifty families, friends, and partners contributed their time including Sen. Maxine Waters and U.S Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragán. Sen. Waters shared some empowering words during the lunch program recognizing the commitment it takes to take pride in the community.
“There is nothing more demonstrative or relative to what you care about in your community than cleaning it up and that is what you are doing today,” said Sen. Maxine Waters. “If you love your community and you care about it, not only would you clean it up, you would stop your community
from dirtying it up. When we are empowered to do that little kids learn and stay with it.” The event kicked-off at 8:00 AM, volunteers received a safety training before making their way to clean up locations near the park, including the underpass of the 105 freeway. Volunteers collected numerous bags containing cigarette butts, plastic bottles, clothes, and other debris. The Community Pride and Beautification Day event provided community members with an opportunity to network and foster relationships with one another and encouraged them to work towards a more sustainable community. For more information about keeping the community clean and to report illegal dumping, call 311 or use the MYLA 311 app. For more information about Best Start Watts/Willowbrook, contact Elia Verduzco at eliaver-
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Trump, Congress Leaders Reach Deal to End Shutdown By Andrew Taylor, Alan Fram and Catherine Lucey, The Associated Press
Yielding to mounting pressure and growing disruption, President Donald Trump and congressional leaders on Jan. 25 reached a short-term deal to reopen the government for three weeks while negotiations continue over the president’s demands for money to build his long-promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. Trump announced the agreement to break the 35-day impasse as intensifying delays at the nation’s airports and widespread disruptions brought new urgency to efforts to resolve the standoff. President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House, Friday, Jan 25, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) “I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government,” he said from the Rose Garden. The Senate was set to approve the deal, with the House following later Friday, according to lawmakers and aides on Capitol Hill. The legislation would include back pay for some 800,000 federal workers who have gone without paychecks. After saying for weeks that he would not reopen the government without border wall money, Trump said he would soon sign a bill to re-open the government through Feb. 15 without additional
President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House, Friday, Jan 25, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) money for his signature campaign promise. He said that a bipartisan committee of lawmakers would be formed to consider border spending before the new deadline. “They are willing to put partisanship aside, I think, and put the security of the American people first,” Trump said. He asserted that “barrier or walls will be an important part of the solution.” But he hinted that he was still considering taking unilateral action if efforts to come up with money for his wall fail. “I have a very powerful alternative, but I didn’t want to use it at this time,” he said.
Overnight and into Friday, at least five Republican senators had been calling Trump, urging him to reopen the government and have the Senate consider his request for border wall money through regular legislation, according to a person familiar with the situation who was not authorized to discuss the private talks publicly. The breakthrough came as LaGuardia Airport in New York and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey both experienced at least 90minute delays in takeoffs Friday due to the shutdown. And the world’s busiest airport — Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport — was experiencing
long security wait times, a warning sign the week before it expects 150,000 out-of-town visitors for the Super Bowl. Trump and the Democrats in Congress had remained at odds over his demand that any compromise include money for his coveted border wall. The standoff became so severe that, as the Senate opened with prayer, Chaplain Barry Black called on high powers in the “hour of national turmoil” to help senators do “what is right.” Senators were talking with increased urgency after Thursday’s defeat of competing proposals from Trump and the Democrats. The bipartisan talks provided a glimmer of hope that some agreement could be reached to halt the longest-ever closure of federal agencies, at least temporarily. “There are discussions on the Senate side,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters Friday morning as she entered the Capitol. “We are in touch with them.” Asked about Trump’s demands for border security measures as part of a bill temporarily reopening government, Pelosi said, “One step at a time.” Pressure has been building among both parties to reopen agencies immediately and pay an estimated 800,000 beleaguered federal workers while bargainers hunt for a deal.
Jan. 28 is the start of federal tax filing season. But fewer than half of the furloughed IRS employees recalled during the shutdown to handle tax returns and send out refunds reported for work as of Tuesday, according to congressional and government aides. The employees had been told to work without pay. At the White House Jan. 24, Trump told reporters he’d support “a reasonable agreement” to reopen the government. He suggested he’d also want a “prorated down payment” for his long-sought border wall with Mexico but didn’t describe the term. He said he has “other alternatives” for getting wall money, an apparent reference to his disputed claim that he could declare a national emergency and fund the wall’s construction using other programs in the federal budget. Throughout, the two sides issued mutually exclusive demands that have blocked negotiations from even starting: Trump has refused to reopen government until Congress gives him the wall money, and congressional Democrats have rejected bargaining until he reopens government. ___ Associated Press writer Zeke Miller contributed to this story from Washington.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS ‘50th NAACP Image Awards’ To Air Live On TV One March 30, 2019 From the Dolby Theater In Hollywood 2 Hour Telecast to Spotlight and Celebrate 50 Years of NAACP Image Awards Significant Moments and NAACP Contributions During It’s 110 Year History Reginald Hudlin and Phil Gurin to Return as Executive Producers LOS ANGELES, CA—The 50th NAACP Image Awards will air LIVE on TV One, a division of Urban One, Inc., on March 30, 2019. For the first time ever, the telecast will take place from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California. The announcement was made today by NAACP National Board of Directors Chairman Leon W. Russell, NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, Urban One, Inc. & Chairman/CEO, TV One Alfred Liggins and TV One General Manager Michelle Rice. The NAACP Image Awards celebrates the accomplishment of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature, and film and also honors individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors. The upcoming telecast, the 50th Anniversary of the NAACP Image Awards, will also spotlight the significant contributions of the NAACP and the impact the organization has had on our community and country. In addition to the live telecast, TV One will also air special programming honoring this year’s nominees and spotlighting significant moments. The network will provide promotional support for both programs on TV One, Radio One and Reach Media, Interactive One, and via a multi-platform marketing campaign. “The 50th Anniversary of the Image Awards represents a major milestone in bringing visibility to the outstanding achievements of African Americans in entertainment, literature, and arts, as well as the NAACP’s ongoing advocacy for equality of opportunity in our society without regard for race,” said the NAACP’s Derrick Johnson. “We are sincerely grateful for our continued partnership with TV One and look forward to working with them on the 50th anniversary show, added Johnson. “We are honored to continue our partnership with the NAACP to remain the television home for the Image Awards,” said Liggins of TV One. “The NAACP 50th Anniversary Image Awards is an important milestone for
the African American community and we couldn’t be more thrilled to offer this special programming once again to our viewers. As we prepare to celebrate the network’s 15th anniversary next year, we look forward to this very special night.” “African Americans have had a tremendous impact on society and culture, a fact that we’re excited to celebrate with the telecast of the 50th NAACP Image Awards on TV One,” said Michelle Rice, General Manager. “As we honor this year’s biggest achievements and the incredible 50 year legacy of the NAACP Image Awards, we’re proud to continue the network’s mission to represent the richness of the Black experience.” The multi-cultural show is one of the most respected events of its kind and is well attended by many of the top names in the entertainment industry. Airing on MLK day last year, the 49th NAACP Image Awards posted strong year-over-year growth across most demos: Households (+15%), P25-54 (+21%), P18-49 (+44%), W18-49 (+20%), and Total Viewers 2+ (+10%). And, for the night, the special was a Top 5 Cable Telecast among African Americans (Households, AA W25-54, and AA P2+). Additionally, the show has reached 2.4 Million Total Unique Viewers 2+ since airing in January 2018. TV One also delivered a strong performance on its social platforms during last year’s awards telecast, with #ImageAwards trending
#2 nationally beginning at 9 p.m. ET and continuing in the Top 5 until 3 a.m. ET. The network generated more than 305 million impressions on Twitter using #ImageAwards and #RepresentTheDream, while traffic to the network’s website tvone.tv increased by +59% in page views. The site saw an increase of +25% for all NAACP Image Awards related content and delivered 183,000 page views (from 10/1/2017 – 1/17/2018 vs. 10/1/2016 – 2/14/2017) over 2017. Previous telecasts included stellar talent such as Oprah Winfrey, Will Smith, Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis, Gabrielle Union, Kerry Washington, Anthony Anderson, Sterling K. Brown, Mandy Moore, Halle Berry, Common, Dwayne Johnson, Steve Harvey, Audra Day, John Legend, Tracee Ellis Ross, David Oyelowo, Laverne Cox, Octavia Spencer, Issa Rae, Chadwick Boseman, Terry Crews, Yara Shahidi, Danai Gurira, Isaiah Washington, Jacob Latimore, Jay Pharoah, Jemele Hill, Josh Gad, Loretta Devine, Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Jurnee Smollett, Meta Golding, Michael Smith, Tyler James Williams, Ava DuVernay, Chadwick Boseman, and many more. The production team will be returning including Executive Producers Reginald Hudlin and Phil Gurin, Tony McCuin as Director, Byron Phillips as CoExecutive Producer, and Robin Reinhardt as Talent Producer. For all information and latest news, please visit
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2018311073 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: 1.Roman Pingtella Music, 5449 Crenshaw Blvd 127, Los Angeles, CA 90043 LA County P.O. Box 59373, Los Angeles, CA 90059 Registered Owner (s): Pacific Angeles Industries, Inc., 5449 Crenshaw Blvd., 127, Los Angeles, CA90043, This business is conducted by a Corporation. 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: Pacific Angeles Industries, Inc. Title: Manager Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on December 14, 2019 Expires December 19, 2023. 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 January 11, 18, 25, Feb.1, 2019 PN FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 20182999267 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: 1.Quad Lovers SK8 Entertainment, 815 N. LaBrea #241, Inglewood, CA 90302 LA County Registered Owner(s): Cynthia Y. Wells, 815 N. LaBrea 241, Inglewood, CA 90302 This business is conducted by an Individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 11/2018. 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: Cynthia Y. Wells Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on November 30, 2018 Expires November 30,2023. 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 21, 28, 2018 Jan. 4, 11, 2019 PN Statement of Abandonment of Use of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File No. 20182999269 File No: 2017034542 Date: February 9, 2017 Name of business(es) Quad Lovers SK8 Entertainment, 815 N. LaBrea #241, Inglewood, CA 90302 LA County Registered Owner(s): Terri Bailey, 815 N. LaBrea BL.241, Inglewood, CA 90302 2.Cynthia Y. Wells, 815 N. LaBrea 241, Inglewood, CA 90302 This business was conducted by Copartners. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 11/2018. 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: Cynthia Y. Wells Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on on the date indicated by the filed stamp in t he upper right corner. I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Dean C. Logan, Los Aneles County clerk by Sookmin chang Deputy. Pub December 21, 28, 2018 Jan. 4, 11, 2019 PN
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2018317367 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: 1. A Taste of Elegance Inc., 4428 West Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90043 2. Precious Treasure Enterprise, 1033 S. Bluff Rd Apt 32B, Montebello, CA 90640 3. Building Bridges Home Investments Group LLC, 10238 England Ave #2, Inglewood, CA 90303 4. Building Businesses with Bridges, 10238 England Ave #2, Inglewood, CA 90303 LA County Registered Owner(s): Building Bridges Home Investments Group LLC, 10238 England Ave #2, Inglewood, CA 90303 . This business is conducted by an Limited Liability Company. 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: Building Bridges Home Investments Group LLC Title: President Registrant Signature Akiba Lambert This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on December 20, 2018 Expires December 20, 2023. 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 Dec.28, Jan. 4,11, 18 2018 PN
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2019000654 The following person (s) is/are doing business as: 1.Delise Hair Designs, 430 E Florence Ave., Inglewood, CA 90301; 7001 S. LA Cienega Blvd, CA 90045 LA County Registered Owner(s): Andrea Hill, 7001 S. La Cienega Blvd, #203 Los Angeles, Ca 90045 This business is conducted by an Individual. The date registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 1/2019. 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: Andrea Hill Title: Owner Registrant Signature This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on Jan.2, 2019 Expires Jan. 2, 2024. 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 Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25 2019
ORDINANCE: 19-03 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA DELETING AND REPLACING PARAGRAPH 12 OF SECTION 3-81 OF ARTICLE 2 OF CHAPTER 3 PARKING DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. A FULL TEXT OF THIS ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE IN THE INGLEWOOD CITY CLERK’S OFFICE LOCATED IN CITY HALL ON THE FIRST FLOOR AS WELL AS ON THE CITY’S WEBSITE (WWW.CITYOFINGLEWOOD.ORG) LISTED UNDER THE CITY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA AMENDING INGLEWOOD MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 3-78 TO ALLOW THE CITY TO USE VEHICLE LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS AS PARKING PERMITS FOR PARKING PERMIT DISTRICTS. A FULL TEXT OF THIS ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE IN THE INGLEWOOD CITY CLERK’S OFFICE LOCATED IN CITY HALL ON THE FIRST FLOOR AS WELL AS ON THE CITY’S WEBSITE (WWW.CITYOFINGLEWOOD.ORG) LISTED UNDER THE CITY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT.
ORDINANCE: 19-02 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA AMENDING INGLEWOOD MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 3-81(14) TO INCREASE THE AREA OF PERMIT PARKING DISTRICT NO. 14. A FULL TEXT OF THIS ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE IN THE INGLEWOOD CITY CLERK’S OFFICE LOCATED IN CITY HALL ON THE FIRST FLOOR AS WELL AS ON THE CITY’S WEBSITE (WWW.CITYOFINGLEWOOD.ORG) LISTED UNDER THE CITY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT.
ORDINANCE: 19-04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA, TO AFFIRM AN EXEMPTION (EA-CE-2018-111) AND APPROVE ZONING CODE AMENDMENT 2018-002 (ZCA-2018-002) TO AMEND ARTICLE 8 OF CHAPTER 12 (PLANNING AND ZONING) OF THE INGLEWOOD MUNICIPAL CODE TO ALLOW C-2A (AIRPORT COMMERCIAL) ZONE PERMITTED USES IN C-3 (HEAVY COMMERCIAL) ZONE CITYWIDE. A FULL TEXT OF THIS ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE IN THE INGLEWOOD CITY CLERK’S OFFICE LOCATED IN CITY HALL ON THE FIRST FLOOR AS WELL AS ON THE CITY’S WEBSITE (WWW.CITYOFINGLEWOOD.ORG) LISTED UNDER THE CITY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT.
ORDINANCE: 19-01 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA REPEALING AND REPLACING CHAPTER 3, ARTICLE 4 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING PARKING METER REGULATIONS AND AMENDING VARIOUS MUNICIPAL CODE SECTIONS REGULATING MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC. A FULL TEXT OF THIS ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE IN THE INGLEWOOD CITY CLERK’S OFFICE LOCATED IN CITY HALL ON THE FIRST FLOOR AS WELL AS ON THE C I T Y ’ S W E B S I T E (WWW.CITYOFINGLEWOOD.ORG) LISTED UNDER THE CITY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT.
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