SoulVine2 By Betty Pleasant
Monique Ford Earl is a long-term resident of Los Angeles and one of the highest-ranking African-American budget officials in the City of Los Angeles. She has previously worked in Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa‘s adminstration as well as Councilman Bernard Parks office. This past December she became Deputy Controller.
In front of a capacity crowd and four hours after the beginning of the Inglewood City Council meeting, Mayor Butts and the council unanimously voted 5-0 to adopt the Champions Revitalization initiative and as mainstream media describes it, bypasses public vote.
Should local law enforcement agencies employees have the same racial makeup as the city they work in? An editorial on this subject appeared in the Press Telegram in reference to the Long Beach Police Department. We received this Letter to the Editor re: Long Beach police force needs to reflect the community it protects: Editorial stating […]
With the shelter services contracts coming up for renewal next week, No Kill Las Vegas (NKLV) is excited to announce that we have voted to bid on the contract for the City of Las Vegas and Clark County says NKLV President Bryce Henderson.
Members of the Crenshaw High School Alumni Association have reached out to 2 Urban Girls due to their disgust and outrage over what is transpiring at the school. After long-term coach Paul Knox was did wrong by cross town rival Dorsey, a certain elected official is trying to ramrod Coach Robert Garrett. Word is CD8 […]