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2UrbanGirls has been cited in Daily Breeze, Daily News, Inglewood Today, Intersections South LA, KCRW, KPCC, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Wave, LA Weekly, LA Watts Times, Mercury News, New York Times, Orange County Register, Sports Illustrated, The Atlantic, and Washington Post. 2UrbanGirls has a recurring column, South of the 10, on CityWatchLA.
2UrbanGirls is hosting a focus group in response to the recent KPCC article, which describes in great detail, the unsanitary and unsafe conditions present within the Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD). We are looking for participants to come together to create a community checklist of our issues, as parents, to…
Inglewood Unified School District was taken over by the State of California in late 2012. Since then, current State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson, has ducked and dodged Inglewood residents looking for answers. The board moved into an “advisory” capacity and have turned their backs on the unions, who…
There has been much fuss made over the Budweiser Made in America Fest in terms of ROI for City of Los Angeles taxpayers, who footed the bill. Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office said many local nonprofits would benefit from the festival. United Way of Greater Los Angeles, L.A. Streetcar and SRO…
In an ongoing effort to keep abreast of sound proof insulation applications submitted by Inglewood Unified School District to Los Angeles World Airports, the Urban Girl has remained in contact with the Public Relations department. The last updated we provided was in September 2013.
In a press released issued by the Dist. Atty.’s office today, West Basin water board member Ron Smith has pleaded guilty to conflict of interest. Arraignment for Smith’s two co-defendants, Robert Earl Katherman Jr. and his wife, Marilyn Katherman was postponed to Oct. 1.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu’s Louisiana residency lawsuit was dismissed today by a Baton Rouge state court judge. State Rep. Paul Hollis, R-Covington filed the lawsuit stating that Landrieu lived in Washington D.C. and not Louisiana.
Ken Dilanian is a prominent national secirity reporter and former L.A. Times reporter between April 2010 through May of this year, covering the CIA. According to the L.A. Times, Dilanian worked in the Washington D.C. bureau. Dilanian has also worked with the Philadelphia Inquirer and most rececntly the Associated Press.…
Inglewood Unified School District is back in session. State administrator Dr. Don Brann has made some changes during the summer, that has enrollment numbers up and parents happy their children have returned to school.
There have been several articles coming out of the City of Long Beach inquiring as to why there are ZERO dollars allocated to the Anti-Gang Unit for FY 14-15. With Chief of Police Jim McDonnell on leave to run for Sheriff, questions are being fielded by his 2nd in command,…
In December 2013 a total of 18 current and former L.A. County Sheriff deputies were arrested on ongoing investigations stemming from civil rights violations of inmates. The jails had been under a federal investigation since 2011 and it came to light with a discovery of a cellphone. Since the initial…
Residents in Los Angeles County have long asked for law enforcement officials to be held accountable, when their civil rights are violated. CA Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new law giving courts greater authority to issue injunctions, against police departments, that have a history of civil rights violations.
While City of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was enjoying his Labor Day, attending the Budweiser Made In America Festival, on taxpayers dime, elderly couple Warren and Harriet Johnson were not. After detectives at LAPD’s West LA Division traced blood left at a March burglary as belonging to 18-year-old Deshawn…