Monthly Archives: January 2015

Who is running for the City of Compton City Council

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Today is the last day individuals interested in running for Council Districts 1 and 4, in the City of Compton, can certify for the April 21st election.  It appears that a certain candidate, who was so distraught over the education our young children, is already bailing on his duties on the school board.  In a […]


Meet the Candidates: IUSD Advisory Board Seat #3

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  Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) has four seats up for grabs.  Melody Ngaue-Tuuholoaki is running for Seat #3 which is currently held by appointee Henry Brown.  Mr. Brown was appointed to the vacant seat at the January 21st board meeting.  Melody currently serves as the field representative for Long Beach councilman Al Austin and […]

Congresswoman Maxine Waters announcing new RSI funding for Inglewood Residents

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More than $40 million in subsidies are available for Inglewood residents near Los Angeles International Airport who want to soundproof their homes, city officials and Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Los Angeles, said today.

Inglewood High School Beautification Day is tomorrow

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Inglewood High School, in conjunction with City of Inglewood elected officials, will be hosting a “Beautification Day” on Saturday, Jan. 24th.  If your child is a graduating senior, we also have scholarship information below for Southern California Edison (SCE).

L.A. NAACP President in Jail for Elder Abuse

The Soulvine By:  Betty Pleasant OH, MY GOD! —We all know that Leon Jenkins resigned last year from his long-time post as president of the Los Angeles NAACP. But did you know that Vacie Thomas, the equally long-time executive assistant and public face of the L.A. NAACP, has been missing-in-action for the past six months […]

The 23rd Annual Empowerment Congress was a celebration

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I had the pleasure of attending the 23rd Annual Empowerment Congress at USC.  I’ve never been to one and for a newbie, I was quite excited.  Of course seeing Dr. Cornell West’s name blazing across the headline was quite a draw, but the person I was most interested in seeing and hearing from was our […]

Community meeting for Crenshaw/LAX project scheduled for January 28

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Metro and Walsh-Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC) will hold a community meeting on Wednesday, January 28 to update stakeholders on the progress of construction for theCrenshaw/LAX Line.

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