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Monthly Archives: October 2013

El Camino College District Board Member @KenBrown_ECC speaks with 2UrbanGirls

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As 2UrbanGirls continues the discussion on the state of the public school system, we turn to a trusted community source for insight.  We would like to introduce you to Mr. Kenneth Brown, a member of the Governing Board of Trustees at El Camino College District.  Mr. Brown also has the added task of governing the El Camino College Compton […]


CIty of Inglewood councilmember Eloy Morales Jr. is also running for 62nd Assembly District

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Election 2014 season is underway with an all-female candidate pool.  Betsy Butler, Autum Burke and Gloria Gray, are the three most viable candidates hoping to become the successor to current 62nd AD Mr. Steve Bradford. 


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Local radio station discusses A-Man, Inc.

Woke up this morning listening to 93.5 KDAY who was speaking to a supporter of A-Man, Inc. regarding the work they are doing in Inglewood, CA.


Coalition for Clean and Affordable Water supported Compton candidate

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The Los Cerritos News recently revealed Rob Katherman’s affiliation with the “Coalition for Clean Affordable Water” with the sole purpose of influencing elections. Anjel Gonzales, former aide to newly elected Compton city councilmember Isaac Galvan, who campaigned on lowering the cities water bills, was also attached to this coalition.  


Question for Inglewood: Who is A-MAN, Inc.

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On October 22nd, the City of Inglewood held a regular city council meeting.  On the docket, approval of a contract with A-MAN, Inc. to provide shuttle service for their after school program located at 101 S. LaBrea Ave.  


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Inglewood’s Academy Cathedral Church has long history with Inglewood politicians

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Inglewood’s Academy Cathedral Church, in conjunction with Inglewood Unified School District advisory board member Carol Raines-Brown, held a Back 2 School “Priority Check” College Readiness & Career Day on October 19th.  The program was designed to assist students with college applicants.  Noticeably absent were representatives from local community colleges El Camino and LA Southwest.  **this story has […]


LAUSD Superintendent John Deasey expected to resign

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Local media sources The Daily News and the Los Angeles Times, are both reporting the impending resignation of Los Angeles Unified School Districts superintendent, John Deasey.  Between employees stealing and selling school textbooks and the colossal failure of the ambitious iPad program, was this to be expected? 


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