2UrbanGirls has received this Letter to the Editor in response to the candidacy of Jim McDonnell for Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
For the second week in a row there isn’t a Soulvine in the Wave Newspaper. Tired of all the bashing of the current LAUSD candidates, 2UrbanGirls has had no choice but to seek news elsewhere. My eyes landed on The Elder Statement by of course, Larry Elder. Folks in urban communities call Larry everything but […]
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Compton school board trustee, Skyy Fisher, was arrested at his place of employment today, accused of a heinous crime. Fisher, 31, is a recently elected school board member, who is in the middle of his first term.
Facebook has this fun game going on called “I’m so…” where you insert something about the city you grew up in. Here is the Urban Girl’s take on this game.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) special election is nearly two weeks away. Voters will go to the polls on August 12th to elect the new District 1 representative who will fill the seat vacated by the late Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte. Alex Johnson agreed to an interview with the Urban Girl for a no holds […]
The Inglewood Jaguars Allstars is based out of Inglewood, CA and coached by my Bennett-Kew Elementary school classmate, Tai Collins and her assistant India Collins. The Jaguars Allstars are a diverse girl’s cheer team open to all Inglewood residents.
Part 3 – The Tattoo The Los Angeles County Sheriff provides law enforcement to 88 contract cities, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Authority (LACMTA), Los Angeles Community College Districts (LACCD), Superior Courts and the jail systems. The “bear” means they can roam anywhere they want, for ALL cities located within Los Angeles County fall under their […]
Gerald “Slink” Johnson is BACK! Fresh off the billion dollar grossing Grand Theft Auto 5 game, which broke 6 world records, the Inglewood native returns in Aaron McGruder’s Black Jesus, in the title role. Aaron McGruder is also the mastermind behind The Boondocks.
Part 2 – Turning around the City of Gardena The City of Gardena was created in 1930 and is under general law, not a city charter, and is governed under the laws of the State of California. The state sets the stipend rate: $600 for council members and $800 for the mayor. Truly volunteer work. […]