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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Community Event: Aja Brown Swearing in as new Compton Mayor TOMORROW

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Join the City of Compton and Mayor-Elect Aja Brown, for the Official Swearing-in Ceremony for newly-elected and re-elected city officials on July 2nd from 3:30-5:30pm. The event will be hosted by the Honorable Judge Kevin D. Filer.  Swearing-in Officer for Mayor-Elect Brown will be the Honorable Mark Ridley-Thomas, Chairman, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Second […]


Dr. Donald Brann: A Life Story Comes Full Circle

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Dr. Donald Brann will soon retire as the Superintendent of the Wiseburn School District.  Dr. Brann led a group of volunteer board members and created a highly competitive school system that Inglewood residents love.  Wiseburn School District is the home of Dana Middle School were many of our Inglewood USD students attend once leaving elementary school.  If IUSD board members […]


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Meanwhile back in Texas

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AUSTIN, Texas — The Republican-dominated Texas Legislature pushed Monday to enact wide-ranging restrictions that would effectively shut down all abortion clinics in the nation’s second most-populous state, and Democrats planned an old-fashioned marathon filibuster to stop the final vote.


Inglewood USD Teachers Should Pay Attention to Crenshaw High School

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Not all is peaches and cream when your public school converts to charter.  Nearly half of Crenshaw High School teachers will not return due to not being asked back due to campus reorganization.


Measure K Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Rescheduled

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The Measure K Bond Oversight Committee meeting was scheduled to be held today, June 24th at 6pm.  2UrbanGirls has received notice that the meeting is being rescheduled for July 1st at 6pm.


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How a Texas Woman may Redefine Affirmative Action

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In 2008 Abigail Noel Fisher and Rachel Multer Michalewicz applied to the University of Texas at Austin and both were denied entry.    The two women, both white, filed suit, alleging that the University had discriminated against them on the basis of their race in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.  


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