Removing Ugly History Costs a Pretty Penny
Aug29

Removing Ugly History Costs a Pretty Penny

In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville and the anti-white separatists protests across the nation, cities around the country are considering the removal of confederate statues. 

Immigration Activists and President Trump: The Pot Calling the Kettle  Black
Aug09

Immigration Activists and President Trump: The Pot Calling the Kettle Black

President Donald Trump’s proposal for a new merit-based immigration system that would screen visa applicants using a point system may be racist and exclusionary but so is an immigrant rights movement that excludes, overlooks, and straight up ignores the voices of their darker skinned counterparts.

Justice Department reportedly going after affirmative action programs
Aug08

Justice Department reportedly going after affirmative action programs

Proponents of affirmative action may have another battle on their hands with the New York Times reporting the Trump administration will utilize the Justice Department to investigate—and possibly even litigate against—intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions against whites.

LA City Council President Herb Wesson and professional golfers Vincent Johnson and Adrian Stills To Be Inducted in APGA Hall of Fame
Aug08

LA City Council President Herb Wesson and professional golfers Vincent Johnson and Adrian Stills To Be Inducted in APGA Hall of Fame

LA City Council President Herb Wesson and professional golfers Vincent Johnson of Portland, Oregon and Adrian Stills of Pensacola, Florida will be inducted into the Advocates Professional Golf Association Tour Hall of Fame, Sunday August 27, 2017 at Chester Washington Golf Course, announced APGA Tour President Kenneth Bentley.  “These three men have played a pivotal role in the success of the APGA Tour,” Bentley says.  “It’s only fitting that we honor them.”

Counties Unite to Preserve Health Care​
Jul27

Counties Unite to Preserve Health Care​

Los Angeles County and the State of California stand to be hit the hardest with the potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act. The picture is just as devastating for counties nationwide, which was a major topic of discussion at this year’s National Association of Counties Conference and Exposition.

Single-Payer Health Bill Passes Senate But Critics Question How To Fund It
Jul24

Single-Payer Health Bill Passes Senate But Critics Question How To Fund It

California has long been a national leader in innovation, and if Senate Bill 562 (which seeks to establish a Medicare-for-all system) passes, the state could change the direction of health care in the nation. 
 

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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