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Compton Mayor did NOT mislead the community

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City of Compton residents were confused by a recent article that claimed the city received a $1.3 billion dollar grant.  The article initially appeared in Essence Magazine.  Titled Aja Brown’s Master Plan some residents questioned the size of the grant and whether it were true or not.  After researching, 2UrbanGirls found the information that confirms […]


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Mayor of Compton is headed to the United Kingdom

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Compton Mayor Aja Brown is part of a delegation, of mayor’s, who are headed to the United Kingdom (UK). They will meet with British officials and business leaders to discuss infrastructure, public-private partnerships and urban leadership.


Compton Mayor Aja Brown is getting down to business

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Compton Mayor Aja Brown is getting down to business to bring reform to the Hub City.  Compton residents can recall a highly publicized mayoral election that took place last summer.    DUring the election the most memorable event came courtesy of KCET’s award-winning show SoCal Connected.


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Los Angeles County officials prepare to discuss Measure R Part Deux

Move LA’s 6th Annual Transportation Conversation takes place tomorrow with the topic being Imagining Measure R2.  Representing the current Measure R Oversight Committee is Jacki Bacharach (SBCCOG), opening remarks will be delivered by Move LA Vice-Chair and former mayor of Inglewood Danny Tabor.


#UrbanCities Roundup: @LAUSD @AjaLBrown @RedondoBeach

Nelson Mandela dead at 95. (Nelson Mandela Foundation) Making headlines December 5, 2013 LAUSD Board Member Margueritte Poindexter LaMotte dies while at education conference in San Diego. (KTLA) Redondo Beach halts the AES power plant project. (Daily Breeze) Compton Mayor Aja Brown and other newly elected mayors, gather at Harvard University (Boston Globe) Chicago votes […]


Community leaders march against trafficking in Compton, CA

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Hundreds of residents from the cities of Compton and Lynwood marched against sex trafficking of children along Long Beach Blvd. on Thursday, November 21, 2013.  L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca, Compton Mayor Aja Brown, Compton councilwoman Janna Zurita, State Assembly candidate and current Long Beach councilman Steve Neal, community activists Najee […]


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