Monthly Archives: August 2016

Inglewood nursing home slammed for abuse allegations

Sen. Isadore Hall has a bone to pick with those who abuse elders.  He’s not having it.  Sharing with 2 Urban Girls the horror of his own grandmother being neglected in a nursing home, he has penned an op-ed that was published in the Daily Breeze.  He specifically calls out a nursing home based in […]


Inglewood Assembly member claps back at local church

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Assembly woman Autumn Burke has had enough.  After audio of her colleagues Chief of Staff berating a local pastor, over LGBT related legislation, she has issued the following letter to Bishop Ulmer, of Faithful Central Bible Church.  Wagers are being placed to see how many elected officials, who support SB 1146, will be invited to […]


Meet Leah Victoria Levell: Black Millenial Republican for Trump

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Leah LeVell is no stranger to politics.  At 21, Levell is the newest member of the Strategic Initiatives team of the Republican National Committee. In her new role, LeVell is expected to help to craft a message for the RNC that will focus on engaging HBCUs and young Black voters this election cycle.  LeVell is also […]


Eagle Rock tenants don’t stand a chance against rent increase

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Living in city-owned rent controlled units doesn’t exempt you from massive rent increases. The Eastsider LA is reporting a city owned housing complex in Eagle Rock, is increasing rent over the 3% annual limit imposed by the city of Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance.  Rent is able to be doubled since the owner doesn’t have tenants receiving […]

Senate District 35 campaign update

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Warren Furutani is stepping up his campaign for Senate District 35.  Fresh off announcing the endorsement of Compton councilman Isaac Galvan, Furutani has released poll data concerning his opponent’s antics while on the Gardena city council.  The community continues to wait on pins and needles as to whom Asm. members Autumn Burke and Mike Gipson will […]

Inglewood Unified is back for the 2016-17 school year

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  As the Inglewood Unified School District enters its fifth year under state control, enrollment continues to decline and school facilities remain in need of repair.

When pulling the race card doesn’t work

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Shame on newly elected Los Angeles council member Marqueece Harris-Dawson.  After spending more than a decade working to eradicate liquor stores, in South Los Angeles, that caused a detriment to the community, he has chosen to ignore standing for his community, as he has made a name for himself prior to election.  Once again he has […]

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