NAACP Issues Travel Advisory for American Airlines
Oct25

NAACP Issues Travel Advisory for American Airlines

In response to growing concerns over its treatment of blacks, the nation’s largest social justice advocacy organization has issued a travel advisory warning African Americans about their safety and well being when patronizing American Airlines or traveling on American Airlines flights.

Robert Guillaume, Beloved As “Benson”, is Dead At 89
Oct25

Robert Guillaume, Beloved As “Benson”, is Dead At 89

 Emmy-winning actor Robert Guillaume, best loved for his role as the star of the hit ABC series, Benson (1979-1986), passed away in his Los Angeles home on Tuesday due to complications of prostate cancer. He was 89.

CBC Issues Statement In Response to Growing Questions Over Attacks In Niger
Oct25

CBC Issues Statement In Response to Growing Questions Over Attacks In Niger

WASHINGTON – Today, the Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Congressman Cedric L. Richmond (D-LA-02), and the Co-Chairs of the CBC Task Force on Foreign Affairs and National Security, Congresswoman Karen Bass (D-CA-37) and Congressman Marc Veasey (D-TX-33), issued the following joint statement in response to the recent attacks in Niger.
First AME Church Wins Five-Year Battle Over Community Development Arm
Oct25

First AME Church Wins Five-Year Battle Over Community Development Arm

Last week, First AME Church announced that the five-year battle over control of its non-profit community development arm, FAME Assistance Corporation, has ended.

Rate Increase in the Works for U.S. Postal Service
Oct19

Rate Increase in the Works for U.S. Postal Service

With the financial outlook for the U.S. postal service in distress, it should come as little surprise that U.S. postal rates are going up. That’s if the changes are approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission and given their track record, a rate increase is a sure thing.

California To Extend Sanctions Against Wells Fargo
Oct19

California To Extend Sanctions Against Wells Fargo

California State Treasurer John Chiang has announced that he will extend the sanctions he imposed one year ago barring Wells Fargo from doing state business negotiated through his office. At a press conference held on Monday (October 16) on the front steps of the San Francisco City Hall, Chiang said he would continue the ban for at least another year while citing the bank’s “lack of institutional greed” and “wanton greed”.

First Ladies High Tea
November will mark the 20th Anniversary of our Annual First Ladies High Tea, honoring the contributions of female leaders and women of faith to the Los Angeles community. For more information, visit www.firstladieshightea.com
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