Monthly Archives: May 2015

Compton District 1 and 4 Endorsements

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2 Urban Girls attended the final candidates forum for the run-off for District 1 and 4 and honestly it was embarrassing.  People were about to fight and in the end, a Bishop Guillory and City Manager Johnny Ford, had the L.A. County Sheriff, shut it down.  Hopefully Royce Esters, of NAEJA, can get a refund. […]


Union leader attempts to deceive media, public

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Here’s the latest making rounds this week.  A union leader puts his foot in his mouth and the NAACP honors a business who got their license revoked.

City of Compton voter rolls updated by LA County Registrar’s Office

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City of Compton residents can claim victory after receiving good news from the Los Angeles County Registrar & Recorders Office.  Hundreds of voters have been either cancelled or labeled inactive, in time for the June 2, 2015, run-off elections.  Residents have long cried foul when it came to the voter rolls and the subsequent winners […]


Larry Elder gets his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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Larry Elder is forever enshrined on the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame.  On April 27, 2015, Larry’s family, friends and fans celebrated his accomplishments at a mid-day ceremony.  Actors Jon Voight and Dean Cain were also on hand to laud the “Sage from South Central”.


AB 32 helps low-income communities go solar

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Rose Pinkney can sleep well at night knowing she is saving 80% on her electric bill. Due in part to AB 32, Ms. Pinkney is projected to save an estimated $39,000 over the next 30 years. How is she achieving that? She has gone solar and so can some of you.


Compton residents chime in on the upcoming election

The City of Compton charter currently reads that the district shall be divided into six districts once the population reaches 100,000 residents. In June 2009, Measure P was placed on the ballot for a charter amendment that asked voters could the population requirement be increased to 150,000 residents. Compton residents responded with 59% of the […]


Compton Teachers protest to receive outrageous demands

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Compton teachers protested in front of various school board members’ homes, this Memorial Day, to demand raises and other incentives, while refusing to increase student achievement. Of those members, 2 Urban Girls can confirm, Margie Garret and Skyy Fisher’s homes were visited.


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