Author: 2UrbanGirls

2UrbanGirls has been cited in Daily Breeze, Daily News, Inglewood Today, Intersections South LA, KCRW, KPCC, Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, LA Watts Times, Mercury News, New York Times, Orange County Register, Sports Illustrated, The Atlantic, and Washington Post. 2UrbanGirls also has a recurring column, South of the 10, on CityWatchLA, and is a recurring contributor to the Los Angeles Wave newspaper.

The Inglewood Unified School District has announced the reopening of the Continuation, now known asInglewood Continuation High School, on the campus of Morningside High School. Former Inglewood High School principal, Debbie Tate, is the principal of the continuation, which has more than 80 students currently enrolled. Pupils qualify to attend…

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The Black Los Angeles Young Dems (BLAYD) held a special election candidate forum at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church in Mar Vista and was moderated by Dallas Fowler.  The event marked the first debate between the candidates: Christopher R. Armenta, John Jake and Sebastian Ridley-Thomas.  The event was well attended and…

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The Los Angeles Archdiocese was contacted regarding allegations being circulated through numerous Catholic churches in Los Angeles.  The fliers have appeared on the windshields of cars at many of the local predominantly African-American churches in South L.A.  The L.A. Archdiocese has issued the following statement.

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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. That supporter was Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. The City of Inglewood recently agreed to sponsor a bus shuttle service for A-Man, Inc. a Louisiana based…

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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.  

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The city of Inglewood held its regular city council meeting Oct. 22 and on the agenda was approval of a contract with A-MAN, Inc. to provide shuttle service for their after school program located at 101 S. LaBrea Ave.   Why would kids need to be bussed to 101 S.…

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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…

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If you aren’t reading the Compton Tribune, you are missing out on some great articles and opinion pieces.  In the October 15th edition, Compton activist, William Kemp, attempts to link the mayor Aja Brown with the disgraced Tyrone Freeman, once head of the powerful SEIU.

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Are the recent City of Compton municipal elections, held back in April, about to be null and void?  Compton residents went to court on  Thursday, October 10th, to bring to light allegations of possible voter fraud in the city.  Looks like their lawsuit lives to see another day.  The judge…

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Here are the highlights for the City of Inglewood council meeting on October 8th. Video footage can be seen at YouTube City of Inglewood. A couple of weeks ago a gentleman came to the Inglewood city council meeting asking for his job back at the Inglewood Today. The gentleman was accused of dumping the Inglewood Today behind the Inglewood…

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