Are Los Angeles Times staffers, fans of the 2 Urban Girls blog? The L.A. Times has a love-hate relationship with this blog, dating back to last years L.A. County Sheriff’s election. Let’s go back down memory lane to give you readers full context.
Los Angeles, CA (August 27, 2015) – KCRW announced today a new multi-year documentary and reporting series on issues affecting the lives of Los Angeles residents who find themselves at the edges of our community. The series, supported by a generous grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, will explore Los Angeles’ most vulnerable populations.
Is Senator Isadore Hall III (D-Compton) a feminist? According to Emily’s List, and the Sacramento Bee, the Senator recorded a “no-vote”, on a key woman’s bill, on May 26th. Senate Bill 358 passed 38-0 with the Senator from Compton being the lone person to not vote for the bill. It is key to note Sen. […]
Are we really concerned about how often the L.A. County Board of Supervisors wash the county’s pool of vehicles? 2 Urban Girls has received no less than a dozen google alerts detailing the frequency our board elected’s wash their county owned vehicles. Is this overkill? They are actually doing what a local water provider wants […]
Assemblywoman Autumn Burke is the newly elected representative for the 62nd District. One of her main priorities, since assuming office, is working to restore local control, of the Inglewood Unified School District, back to Inglewood residents. The Los Angeles Wave has printed some lofty allegations to diminish her efforts and she has sent this op-ed […]
Will Sheriff Lee Baca admit he gave the orders to hide the FBI’s jail informant? Recently filed court documents, by the attorney of former Undersheriff Paul Tanaka, reveals Tanaka is requesting immunity for his former boss, in exchange for his testimony during Tanaka’s upcoming trial. This is a significant and not surprising request. There has yet […]