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Mellody Hobson Speaks at 2016 Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief SAN-MARINO-Last night at The Huntington Library in San Marino, CA the Hart Leadership Center presented the Los Angeles Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame Award to deserving recipients who were chosen by nomination from various categories and selected criteria. Ms. Dawn Lewis, the multitalented and multifaceted individual: a Grammy Awardwinning, film actor, and a Series TV creator/producer presented the awards. Hundreds in attendance had the opportunity to get an up close and personal fireside-chat with one of the world’s most prolific, yet down to earth, financial gurus, Ms. Mellody Hobson, President, Ariel Investments and Chairman of the Board, DreamWorks Animation. After the meet and greet cocktail reception on the patio with the welcome was given by Ed Hart of the Hart Leadership Center and the invocation were given by the Reverend Dr. William Thurmond, it was time for the crowd to gather in the theater to hear from the featured speaker and moderator, Mr. Wren T. Brown who is the Artistic Director of Ebony Repertory Theatre at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center, and is an accomplished actor, producer and director. He also served as the

(L-R) Gloria Zuurveen and Mellody Hobson at the Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame sponsored by City National Bank on last night held at the Huntington Library in San Marino, CA

event’s Master of Ceremonies for the evening. When introduced by Karen A. Clark of City National Bank, the presenting sponsor of the award event, the crowd gave a standing ovation for Hobson and Brown. With Browns opening

statement to Hobson, “In my personal opinion you’ve been on a voyage worthy of Magellan.”Hobson said, “It feels that way.” with a chuckle. Brown asked Hobson to talk to him about her decision not to go the traditional route with an MBA or deepen-

Omarosa Manigault Picked as Director of AfricanAmerican Outreach for Donald Trump Campaign

Donald Trump with Omarosa Manigault, his newly appointed director of African American outreach.

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen (L-R) Mellody Hobson and Wren T. Brown at the Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame presented by the hart Leadership Center.

ing her knowledge of economics through some graduate degree but going right into the workforce at Ariel Investments. She said, after acknowledging and thanking Ed Hart and Karen Clark for inviting her, “I want to just recognize the entrepreneurs who are in the room and said to

many of the people that I got to meet in the hallway and the reception, I know how hard it is to do what you do, I know so I have so much appreciation and respect.” Hobson spoke with such confidence as she responded to Brown’s warm Please see Hobson, page 12

Malaysia Rainey Wins 2016 National American Miss California State Pageant LOS ANGELES—Miss Malaysia Rainey, daughter of Ronald and Toni Rainey earned the prestigious title of the 2016 National American Miss California at the state pageant held July 9, 2016 . She will be attending the National Pageant to be held in Anaheim, California at Disneyland during Thanksgiving week, representing the great state of California, where she will have the opportunity to win her share of over $500,000 in cash and prizes. Miss Malaysia’s activities include church youth group, acting, singing and dancing. The National American Miss Pageants are dedicated to celebrating American’s greatness and encouraging its future leaders. The National American Miss Pageants are for “Today’s Girl” and “Tomorrow’s Leaders.” The pageant program is based on inner beauty, as well as poise, presentation, and offers an “All American Spirit” of fun for family and friends. Emphasis is placed on the importance of gaining self-confidence, learning new skills, learning good attitudes

Malaysia Rainey about competition, and setting and achieving personal goals. The pageant seeks to recognize the accomplishment of each girl while encouraging her to set goals for the future. Malaysia said she made a lot of friends during the pageant. Malaysia was sponsors by her parents and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.

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Deconstructing Reconstruction in the Aftermath of Baton Rouge, Falcon Heights and Dallas By Julianne Malveaux (NNPA News Wire Columnist)

Dr. Gloria Zuurveen Founder /Owner/ Publisher/Photographer

Hello Reader, OneUnited Bank, the largest Black owned bank in America and the first Black internet bank, is launching the national #BankBlack Challenge, designed to harness the economic power of the Black community focused on one clear financial message that #BlackMoneyMatters. I admonish as many of us as possible to use this resource for calling attention to the harnessing the power of the Black dollars that circulate in our communities. I have heard some people say, “Blacks are not going to stick together to make changes.” Well, this is a start to make the necessary changes by supporting the cause to bring needed changes on an economic level. The challenge: Participate in the #BankBlack Challenge by opening a OneUnited Bank $100 UNITY Savings account online from anywhere in America at www.oneunited.com/ bankblackchallenge and challenging 20 friends to the same. "If 1 million people opened a $100 savings account in a Black owned bank, we would move $100 million! That's real economic power", states Teri Williams, President & COO of OneUnited Bank. "It is critical for the Black community to utilize our $1.2 trillion in annual spending power to create jobs and build wealth in our community." Let’s Do This! God knows we need to stick together

and make the changes that will pay off for us all if we take the challenge. I have already taken the challenge and I urge you to do the same. Continue to pray!

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After Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Falcon Heights, Minnesota there was Dallas, Texas. After rogue cops unceremoniously killed two Black men, a deranged shooter killed five police officers. The shooter, identified as Micah Johnson, reportedly said that he wanted to kill White police officers. Too many commentators referred to his middle initial “X.’ in an effort to be more racially provocative. Too many, like the unrepentant racist and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, used the shooter’s actions to excoriate the Black Lives Matter Movement. The phrase “Black Lives Matter” is not racist, because it simply reflects our nation’s history. From our founding until today, there have been too many opportunities to legalize the misguided notion that Black lives do not matter. The fact that our Constitution reduces enslaved African Americans into a fraction of a person suggests that Black lives did not matter, at our nation’s founding, as much as White lives did. The differences in the terms and conditions of indentured servitude for Whites and enslavement for Afrodescendents further cemented the notion that black lives did not matter as much as white lives did. The persistence of enslavement, and the contradictions that came from the practice of “breeding” (i.e., treating Black people as animals to increase “stock”) heightened contradictions, because the slave owners were selling their children and siblings. What did they think of themselves, if they felt they had to couple with people they found “subhuman?” Has former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani ever read a history book? Does he understand that if revenge were ever a motive in Black/White interactions it would have been all over but the shouting between 1865 and 1876? Formerly enslaved people were hopeful about emancipation, but caught between hope and despair when Black Codes were imposed, when people were lynched for simply asserting the right to walk on the sidewalk, when soldiers were lynched, in uniform, because they did not defer to fellow citizens. Even though Constitutional amendments were passed to abolish enslavement, rigid Southern attitudes imposed a quasi-enslavement that persisted until the civil

rights movement, and White supremacist attitudes that that persist until toady. When our Constitution was written, John Adams lamented that the issue of enslavement was a conundrum that his generation was imposing on subsequent generations. When the 13th Amendment was passed, there was no playbook to detail how our nation would transcend enslavement. We have never taken the time or energy to condemn racist attitudes, assuming they would simply go away. They have not. And millions of African Americans have righteous resentment about the many micro-aggressions (not to mention murders) that our community experiences. The micro-aggressions of White skin privilege are minor compared to the macro aggressions of a rogue police officer. Have any of these people ever read a history book? Do they even understand that if revenge were a motive, it might have been extracted in 1866, not today? The process for ending enslavement was imperfect. Too many Southerners cleaved to the notion that people of African descent were inferior, and then they passed laws to enforce unequal status. Jim Crow laws and Black Codes, prohibitions against property ownership and voting, unequal access to education, not to mention the constant nightriders, the granddaddies of contemporary rogue police forces, all existed to enforce subjugation and fear. To be sure, we have come a long way since 1865 and since 1876. But the fact that, in contemporary culture, you still have White people who will wrap themselves up in a Confederate flag suggests we have not come quite as far as we must. People are talking about an “honest conversation” about race now, but the conversation should have taken place more than a century ago. Now, there is far too much denial for an “honest conversation”, and I despair that conversation is grossly insufficient if it is not coupled with action. Through halting action and corrupt compromise, the Reconstruction of the United States never happened. We are sowing the bitter fruit of a broken Reconstruction today, with too many racial attitudes ossified. Black Lives Matter is not a racist phrase. It is the manifestation of the conversation that should have taken place after the passage of the 13th Amendment. Julianne Malveaux is an author and economist. Her latest book “Are We Better Off? Race Obama and Public Policy” is available via amazon.com for more information juliannemalveaux.com.

After Dallas and Baton Rouge, We Need Action By Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. As the Republican Party holds its national convention in Cleveland, Americans have been shaken by the shootings of police in Dallas and Baton Rouge, La., following the police shootings of black men in Baton Rouge and Falcon Heights, Minn. I spoke at the funeral of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, weeping with his family and friends, as they remembered and mourned their loved one. I spoke later at the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, leaders of the police in different communities, and witnessed their tears as they mourned the deaths of their fellow police officers in Baton Rouge. There is a national call for mourning, for a conversation, for peace. But we need more than a conversation, more than weeping for our lost loved ones. We need common sense and action. The police now are stupefied. They face people armed with weapons of war — assault rifles designed for battlefields, not for American street corners. There is no defense against snipers armed with such weapons. These weapons can take down planes. They can slaughter crowds. They can pick off police. Incredibly, people have the right to carry these weapons of mass destruction openly in various states. No police chief in America supports easy access to military style weapons. They want these weapons banned. The ban used to have bipartisan support. Now the gun lobby has turned it into partisan gridlock. Those who bluster loudly that they are champions of law and order and of the police vote at the same time to allow their enemies to be armed to the teeth. But the police are crying out even as they are being buried: Protect us from these weapons. Some on the right denounce Black Lives Matter, blaming the protesters for fanning antagonism toward the police that triggers the attacks on them. This doesn’t make sense. Black Lives Matter’s nonviolent demonstrations began after numerous videos revealed blacks being shot at point blank range by police. Following some of these incidents, police witnesses

filed false reports, covering up what happened. Police killings without accountability sparked nonviolent demonstrations across the country. The discipline of the demonstrators has been impressive. In fact, the demonstrations deter violent attacks by offering a nonviolent outlet for pain and outrage. They have not created the tensions between the police and the community. It is the shootings and mistreatment of African-Americans that have caused the tension. The videos do not cause the tensions. They simply ensure that those outside the black community now see with their own eyes what African-Americans have known for a long time. The killers of the police in Dallas and in Baton Rouge did not come out of the civil rights movement. They came out of the military, where they were trained to shoot, to make bombs, to ambush, to kill. They were veterans of war, not of the nonviolent movement for justice for all. They returned from risking their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan to communities plagued by real economic fears and racial anxieties. Posttraumatic stress disorder is real, yet mental health assistance is too limited and weapons of war too readily available. The mix is toxic and sometimes lethal. Cleveland, where the Republican National Convention is now taking place, is in a state with open carry laws. Demonstrators for and against Donald Trump have the right to carry their military weapons openly into demonstrations outside the convention hall. This is an utter distortion of the Second Amendment. The Founding Fathers wanted to make certain that the states could maintain independent militias. They never envisioned Americans carrying assault rifles to a political demonstration. Law and order bluster won’t solve this challenge. Level-headed conversations between police and community are long overdue, but they won’t solve it either. We need action: background checks to keep the mentally unbalanced and those on the terrorist list from buying guns; a ban on the sale of assault weapons; and a real plan for economic development of our urban and rural communities in need. Doing nothing means things will get worse. Police are on edge for good reason. Civilians are on edge about the police for good reason. Military assault weapons flood our communities. The violence diverts attention and action on real needs — on jobs and housing, schools and health care.


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EDUCATION & COMMUNITY NEWS LACCD Chancellor to Appoint Interim President for Los Angeles Southwest College (LOS ANGELES) Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez has informed the Board of Trustees of his intention to appoint Denise Noldon, Ph.D. to serve as interim president at Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC) effective August 22, 2016. Formal action will take place at the August 10, 2016, board meeting. Noldon is a seasoned administrator with a strong background in community college and four-year university education. Vice President of Student Services, Howard Irvin, Ed.D., will serve in an acting president capacity until Noldon begins. Noldon replaces Linda Rose, Ed.D. who resigned after two years as college president to become president at Santa Ana College in Orange County. LASC is one of the nine colleges in the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD). “Dr. Noldon is a proven dynamic leader with a heart for student success,” said Rodriguez. “Campus colleagues will find her thoughtful, innovative and relentless in her interest to improve the educational outcomes of students. The community will experience a seasoned professional with a deep understanding of urban education and a commitment to bridge the college and community.” Noldon is currently serving as interim vice president of student services at Laney College in Oakland,

Denise Noldon, Ph.D.

CA. Previously, she was the interim vice chancellor of student services and special programs at the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office in Sacramento. “I am excited about the opportunity to engage with the Los Angeles Southwest College community to provide quality educational programs and services to the greater Los Angeles community,” said Noldon. As interim president at LASC, Noldon will provide executive leadership for the campus, with emphasis on academic programs, campus budgets, enrollment management, human resources, and facilities. She will also engage with the south Los Angeles community and local feeder schools to bolster educational opportunities. Noldon grew up in Berkeley, California and graduated from Berkeley High School. She earned undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Black Studies, and a Master’s degree in Counseling and Student Development in Higher Education at California State Uni-

versity, Long Beach. She obtained her Ph.D. in College Student Personnel Administration (Higher Education) at the University of Maryland at College Park. LACCD recently received formal notice from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) that LASC received a Warning during its most recent accreditation review, though it remains open and fullyaccredited. A Warning is issued when the Commission finds that a college deviates from the accreditation standards. The ACCJC provided seven recommendations for LASC to meet accreditation standards. These recommendations represent areas in which the college must make positive change prior to its 18 -month follow-up report and visit. The LACCD will work with LASC’s leadership to address the accreditation recommendations. The recommendations highlight the need for integrated planning, addressing issues related to the budget deficit and meeting the needs of students coming from a changing community demographic. “LACCD is committed to guiding and supporting LASC to success and to improving services to the students and the vital communities the college serves,” said Rodriguez. “We will provide additional resources to support the LASC leadership team craft a new path forward. Through these efforts and in partnership with the

college leadership team, I am confident that all accreditation standards will be met, leading to improvements throughout the college.” Founded in 1967, Los Angeles Southwest College serves more than 8,000 students with associate degree programs in 34 disciplines, occupational certificates in 47 disciplines, community services and ESL/

citizenship classes. Coupled with a strong focus on student success, the campus has undergone a massive expansion and technological upgrade that will make it a model for community college education in the 21st Century. Los Angeles Southwest College is part of the Los Angeles Community College District. For more information, visit www.lasc.edu.

Michael’s Tournament By Israel Matthews

Michael loves golf. He goes to practice three times a week. He was excited when he heard about the team tournament coming up. Michael was really looking forward to winning the tournament with his team. When Michael started with the team, he prayed to God and hoped that he and the team would do good. He and his team did great and won the tournament. Michael was thanking God for the rest of the day. Thanks for readingGod bless ;-)


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7 Common Mistakes Pastor Search Committees Make By William Vanderbloemen Pastor search committees are tasked with the weighty responsibility of finding a new leader for their church. But this holy endeavor is far from easy or simple. When you’re searching for your next pastor, watch out for these seven common missteps of pastor search committees: 1. They have too many or too few people on the search committee If you have too many people on your search committee, you’re going to move slower and have trouble coming to consensus about decisions. If you have too few people, your committee may feel overwhelmed with the amount of work in the pastor search process and may burn out quickly. I recommend that search committees have somewhere between seven and eleven people. You should have an odd number of people to prevent stalemates when taking votes. If you have more than eleven people, you might have “too many cooks in the kitchen” and lose your ability to be nimble as a team. The more differing opinions and voices that need to be heard on your search committee, the longer the pastor search process will take. 2. They don’t commit to prayer from the beginning A prayerful pastor search process is crucial to finding whom God is calling to your church. In my book SEARCH: The Pastoral Search Committee Handbook, I included a pastor search committee prayer guide to help center your committee on seeking the Lord about who He’s

calling to be your next leader. Share your prayer guide with your congregation and invite them to pray along with your committee. Pray for your new pastor and their family. Pray for wisdom and discernment for your committee and church staff. Pray for your church in this season of transition, as change isn’t easy for any organization. The pastor search process is sacred, so unite your congregation as you cover it in prayer. 3. They don’t establish how they’re going to make decisions Once you have the right people on the pastor search committee, you must decide how you’re going to make decisions. I often see committees stuck because they don’t establish guidelines up front for how decisions will be made. Will you require a majority vote or unanimity to move forward with a pastor candidate? What is your protocol if a committee member can’t make it to the next meeting? Set a decision-making process on the front end of the search process to avoid frustration and confusion down the road. There is a Pastor Search Committee Member Agreement in SEARCH that can put your committee on the same page about how decisions will be made as a group. 4. They don’t establish roles on the committee. In your first committee meeting, you should assign roles to each person on the committee. Search committees that complete this step cut down on their search process timeline because they are organized and focused on who is doing what. Here are six ideas for

Family and Friends Celebrates the Life and Legacy of Dr. Samuel James Shacks

A host of family and friends joined together to reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Samuel James Shacks at 2pm on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at the Inglewood Cemetery Mortuary in Inglewood with Pastor Mollie F. Branch of Church Without Walls Kingdom Center, Watson, Arkansas. Dr. Shacks was the first black individual to receive a Ph.D. from the University of California Irvine. He was a people builder.

roles to get you started: •The Coordinator is organizationally gifted to coordinate meetings and schedules. •The Communicator heads up the search committee’s communication with the elders, board, and congregation. •The Prayer Warrior coordinates prayer for the committee and congregation. •The Follow-Upper is the point person for incoming applications and communication with candidates. •The Recruiter researches and recruits candidates that the committee would like to consider. •The Host or Hostess has the gift of hospitality and plans for the candidate interviews. 5. They don’t communicate with the congregation If a committee doesn’t have The Communicator on the search team, I find that the search committee forgets to regularly communicate with the church. Keep your congregation updated on a monthly basis at minimum. I also recommend you

have a website or landing page where people can visit to stay updated on the pastor search process. You might even consider recording video updates about your search that you can post on your church’s website, social media, and in email updates. 6. They don’t have a projected timeline and move too slow with candidates I see churches lose great pastor candidates far too often because they waited weeks or months to communicate with a candidate in between phone calls or interviews. One of the biggest complaints I hear from candidates is, “The pastor search committee flew me out for an interview, then I never from them again.” Take the time to keep your candidates updated on where they stand in the search process. 7. They have unrealistic expectations about the role The qualifications that many pastor search committees want for their pastoral candidates are so specific that even Jesus wouldn’t meet them (Jesus wasn’t married and didn’t preach every Sunday).

While it’s vital for your pastor search committee to have specific qualities you’re looking for in your next pastor, take a moment to ask, “What are the qualities that we must have, and which ones are simply preferences?” Candidates are much more than just a resume, so spend intentional time as a committee determining the type of pastor you’re looking for and if your requirements are realistic to have in one person. Have a way to consistently and objectively evaluate candidates as a search committee, and you’ll be on the right path to a smooth search process. I wrote SEARCH: The Pastoral Search Committee Handbook to provide a guide for pastor search committees navigating the daunting search process. I hope it’s a blessing to you and your church as you plan for healthy and effective pastoral transitions. William Vanderbloemen is an author, and CEO of Vanderbloemen Search Group.


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HEALTH & COMMUNITY NEWS $1 Billion Medicare Bust in Florida is Biggest 'Criminal Health-Care Fraud Case Ever' Three Florida residents have been charged in the "largest single criminal health-care fraud case ever brought against individuals" by the U.S. Justice Department — an alleged Medicare fraud and money laundering scheme that netted participants a whopping $1 billion since 2009, prosecutors revealed Friday. The owner of more than 30 Miami-area skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, as well as a hospital administrator and a physician's assistant were charged in an indictment with conspiracy, money laundering and health-care fraud, the U.S. Attorney's office in Miami said. An explosive indictment and other court documents filed Friday claim that the massive alleged scam helped wealthy health-care operator Philip Esformes, 47, fund a lifestyle that included private jets, a $600,000 watch, meetings with escorts in hotel rooms, and a private basketball coach for his son. The indictment claims that Esformes, 47, with his coconspirators, cycled thousands of Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries through his Esformes Network facilities despite the fact they didn't qualify

for such care. At those facilities, prosecutors said, they also "received medically unnecessary services that were billed to Medicare and Medicaid," the huge government-run health programs that cover primarily senior citizens and the poor, respectively. "Furthermore, Defendant [Esformes] and his co-conspirators preyed upon his beneficiaries addictions by providing them with narcotics so that the beneficiaries would remain in Esformes Network facilities, allowing the cycle of fraud [to] continue," prosecutors said in a court filing. "Esformes is alleged to have been at the top of a complex and profitable health-care fraud scheme that resulted in staggering losses — in excess of $1 billion," said FBI Special Agent in Charge George Piro. Prosecutors say that Esformes operated the Esformes Network for "more than 14 years ... to enrich himself through false and fraudulent billings." Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell of the Justice Department said: "This is the largest single criminal health-care fraud case ever brought against individuals by the

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Department of Justice, and this is further evidence of how successful data-driven law enforcement has been as a tool in the ongoing fight against health-care fraud." South Florida is a hot spot for health-care billing fraud schemes that target the huge federal Medicare program, and the giant joint federalstate Medicaid program. As a result, the region has received special scrutiny from federal health regulators and prosecutors. Miami U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer said, "Medicare fraud has infected every facet of our healthcare system." Prosecutors said Esformes faces a potential prison term of life imprisonment under federal sentencing guidelines. In addition to Esformes, 49-year-old Odette Barcha, who had been director of outreach programs at Larkin Community Hospital, and physician's assistant Arnaldo Carmouze, 56, also were charged in the case and arrested early Friday morning. After being presented in federal court Friday afternoon, they were ordered held in jail pending detention hearings, with Carmouze's scheduled for next Wednesday. Esformes and Barch, who are scheduled to appear at an Aug. 1 detention hearing, were also charged with obstructing justice "According to the indictment, following the 2014 arrest of coconspirators Guillermo and Gabriel Delgado" — in a prior case involving their alleged sale of the names of Medicare patients to a corrupt pharmacist — "Esformes attempted to fund Guillermo Delgado's flight from the United States to avoid trial in Miami," the U.S. Attorney's office said. "The indictment further alleges that Barcha created sham medical director contracts following receipt of a grand jury subpoena in June 20, 2016, in order to conceal and disguise the payment of kickbacks she made in exchange for patient referrals for admission to Esformes Network facilities and another Miami -area hospital," the office said. Esformes and his coconspirators are alleged to have further enriched themselves by receiving kickbacks in order to steer Medicare beneficiaries to other health-care

providers — including community mental health centers and home health-care providers — who also performed medically unnecessary treatments that were billed to Medicare and Medicaid, the office said. "In order to hide the kickbacks from law enforcement, these kickbacks were often paid in cash, or were disguised as payments to charitable donations, payments for services and sham lease payments, court documents allege," according to prosecutors. Payments to escorts and a basketball coach to provide private lessons to Esformes' son also were used to disguise the illicit transactions, authorities said. The indictment claims that Esformes used money from "bribes and kickbacks he received from coconspirators" to fund travel and transportation for two escorts, whom he separately "met with" at the RitzCarlton Hotel in Orlando, Florida, on different dates in February and March 2014. Prosecutors indicated Friday that they intend to ask that Esformes be held without bail pending trial. They noted that the Esformes Network's skilled nursing facilities alone obtained about $221 million in allegedly fraudulent claims, and that Esformes himself "also amassed significant personal wealth — selfreported as $78 million in August 2014." And prosecutors said Esformes "has already demonstrated that he would consider fleeing in the face of the criminal charges." "Financial analysis to date has revealed that Esformes is significantly funded by his fraudulent Medicare business," prosecutors said in a court filing. "Our analysis has revealed that monies traced directly to Medicare accounts have allowed Esformes to withdraw cash of over $4.8 million, lease private jets in the amount of $2.1 million, lease luxury vehicles in the amount of $2.4 million, purchase watches in the amount of $360,000 and $600,000 respectively, and paid over $8.9 million in credit card bills." The federal officials noted that in 2006, "Esformes paid $15.4 million to resolve civil federal healthcare fraud claims for essentially iden-

tical conduct, namely unnecessarily admitting patients from his assisted living facilities into a Miami-area hospital." A press release issued at the time by the Justice Department indicates that Esformes settled that fine with two doctors who had owned the hospital, as he did, along with Philip's father, a rabbi named Morris Esformes. "However, [Philip] Esformes and his co-conspirators allegedly continued this criminal activity — adapting their scheme to prevent detection and continue their fraud after the civil settlement," said the U.S. attorney's office on Friday. The Chicago Tribune, in a August 2013 article, reported that Philip and Morris Esformes agreed in principle to pay the U.S. government $5 million to settle claims that they "took kickbacks related to the sale" for $32 million of a pharmacy partially owned by Philip to pharmaceutical giant Omnicare (OCR). Earlier that same year, the Tribune reported, Ominicare had agreed to pay $17.2 million to the government to settle its part of a lawsuit filed by a whistleblower related to the alleged kickbacks. Esformes' lawyer Marissel Descalzo could not be immediately reached for comment. But in an email statement to the Bloomberg news service, Descalzo said that Esformes "adamantly denies these allegations and will fight hard to clear his name." "Mr. Esformes is a respected and well regarded businessman," said Descalzo in the email to Bloomberg. "He is devoted to his family and his religion. The government allegations appear to come from people who were caught breaking the law and are now hoping to gain reduced sentences." Descalzo's reference to such law-breakers apparently refers to the brothers Guillermo and Gabriel Delgado, who, while not being charged in the indictment, are accused in it of conspiring with Esformes to defraud Medicare. The Delgado brothers, in their own prior criminal case in 2014, were charged with selling the names of Medicare patients to a crooked pharmacist, the Miami Herald previously reported in 2015. After agreeing to plead guilty in 2015, Guillermo Delagado was sentenced to nine years in prison for conspiring to distribute Oxycodone and other narcotics, while Gabriel was sentenced to 4-and-1/2 years after pleading guilty to conspiring to commit money laundering, the Herald reported. The newspaper noted at the time that the brothers' lawyer had said in court papers that "they have turned over numerous financial and legal documents of significant value to the government" and also that they "have participated in undercover operations."


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John Legend Visits A New Way of Life The formerly incarcerated community plays a critical role in transforming the justice system, John Legend and the #FREEAMERICA team recently hosted a roundtable discussion with leaders from the formerly incarcerated

more boldly and radically about what’s possible and within our grasps if we have the political will and courage to do so. The purpose of the strategy session was to listen and learn from the formerly incarcerated community in

Photo courtesy A NEW WAY OF LIFE The headquarters of A NEW WAY OF LIFE RE-ENTRY Project in Los Angeles that provides services for the formerly incarcerated women and children.

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(Top picture ) Susan Burton, Executive Director, A NEW WAY OF LIFE, and singer/songwriter, John Legend during the #FREEAMERCA hosted roundtable held to discuss the transformation of the justice system. (Below picture) Leaders from A NEW WAY OF LIFE RE-ENTRY PROJECT AND #FREEAMERICA team with singer/songwriter John Legend in Los Angeles for the roundtable.

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way of digging deep when asking about Hobson’s ability to bounce back from having control of over $21 billion in assets before the financial crisis and within six years it had gone down to $3.3 billion born of the financial crisis and how she navigated her way through being called daily and being fired from friends and how now has she gotten back beautifully in six years to $10.3 billion dollars. She said it was a near death experience. She said their company was the best in its class and they had the worst year in the history of the firm in 2008and we recovered beautifully. Hobson said that her mother had prepared her for all the things that could go wrong. She said you couldn’t look at yourself and say why me. She said she realized that she had put so much value in her success at Ariel. She said it was a real challenge during that period because they weren’t successful. Hobson recalled one time her husband, George Lucas, Star Wars creator, saying to her, “Mellody, the die is cast, you’re a success. It doesn’t matter if you never do anything ever again. You don’t have to prove it. You have to except that about yourself.” “So these ups and downs of assets is not a way for your to measure how you’re doing,” she said. Hobson spoke frankly and assuredly as she reflected on teachings of her mother who she said was her greatest role model. She said her mom was some ways so tender and kind and in other ways she was so brutal. She drew laughter from the audience when she said about her mom, “She was a Black mom.” She said, “This tiger mom gets all this credit when we’ve been doing this for generations.” The practical teachings from her mom, Hobson said her mother was very, very direct about certain things, very no none sense. She was not educated in a traditional way although very smart and very religious. She said they went to church all day on Sunday. She said when they went to church in the morning they also ate there at dinner. She said her mother was great about letting her be her own person as long as she understood the core values she did not micromanage her. She described her mother’s teaching as a gift to her.

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen Karen A. Clark and Ed Hart along with Mellody Hobson and a guest at the Inaugural 2016 Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame Awards event on last night at the Huntington Library in San Marino, CA.

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen The crowd of Black entrepreneurs and business leaders showed up in large numbers to hear from Mellody Hobson and to cheer for the winners during the 2016 Los Angeles Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame Award ceremony held at the Huntington Library in San Marino, Ca. , July 21.

Gloria Zuurveen , Pace News, Publisher speaking with Hobson, the featured speaker for the Black Business Leaders Hall of Fame Awards on Thursday. Hobson said she wasn’t knocked down when those things happened to her and that was the gift her mother gave her. Hobson’s firm Ariel Investments which is headquartered in Chicago, offers six noload mutual funds for individual

the Chicago Public Education Fund, George Lucas Education Foundation, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, and Sundance Institute, where she has been appointed emeritus trustee. She is also on the executive committee of the Investment Company Institute’s board of governors. In 2015, she was named to Times magazine’s annual list of the one hundred most influential people in the world. Hobson earned her AB from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of International Relations and Public Policy. She has also received honorary doctorate degrees from Howard University. St. Mary’s College and the University of Southern California. It was a fascinating and inspirational meeting of likedminded people who had come to hear from a master in the field of finance and investments. Black business leaders were recognized and presented with awards for: Philanthropy and Community; Perseverance and Sustainability; Biddy Mason Business of the Year; Ruby Bridges Pioneer in Education; Entertainment, Innovation and Technology and Entrepreneurial Rising Stars. It was a night to remember as Ed and Laurieann Hart of the Hart Leadership Center and their collaborative sponsor like City National Bank and their

investors and defined contribution plans as well as separately managed accounts for institution and high net work individuals. As president, Mellody is responsible for firm-wide management and strategic planning, overseeing all operations outside of research and portfolio manage-

ment. Additionally, she serves as chairman of the board of trustees for Ariel Investment Trust. Hobson is a nationally recognized voice on financial literacy and investor education. She is a regular contributor and analyst on finance, the markets and economics trends for CBS News. She also contributes weekly money tips on the Tom Joyner Morning Show and pens a regular column for Black Enterprise magazine. As a passionate advocate for investor education, she is a spokesperson for Ariel/Hewitt Study: 401 (k) Plans in Living Color and the Ariel black Investor Survey, both of which examine investing patterns among minorities. She is chairman of the board for DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc., as well as director of The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. and Starbucks Corporation. Her community outreach includes serving as chairman of After School Matters, a non-profit that provides Chicago teens with high-

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen (l-r) Earl “Skip” Cooper, President and CEO, Black Business Association, the winner of the Perseverance and Sustainability Award, Patricia Watts, winner of the Excellence in Community and Philanthropy Award with Aubry Stone, President & CEO, California Black Chamber of Commerce. quality, out-of-school time programs. She is a board member of

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