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East Yard to Honor Leadership and Activism

East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice will host its third annual fundraising event honoring leadership and activism June 23 at Tamayo’s Restaurant &... Read more »

King Outlines Steps to Better Schools

Education, prevention and intervention are three of the most important components to improving schools with high needs in the Los Angeles Unified School District... Read more »

White Memorial Debuts Free Health Video Library

Access to quality health information just got easier, and perhaps more engaging with the opening of White Memorial Medical Center (WMMC) very own Community Health... Read more »

SB10 is it worth it? What is an exemption?

Nidia Torres says paying a penalty for not having health insurance is unfair if you can’t qualify for an affordable plan. It’s not easy to find health care coverage... Read more »

Will Donald Trump End America’s Civil Society?

In the wake of the mass shootings in Orlando, Florida, it could be that this country is set to say good-bye to civil society as we have known it. Never before have... Read more »

Bring Back the Assault Weapons Ban

There are moments when as a member of the ethnic press we must leverage our collective voice, to push our nation’s leaders to act in the interest of the communities... Read more »

Community Calendar: June 16, 2016 – June 22, 2016

Today, Thursday, June 16 4:30-5:30pm – Magic of Tony Daniels at Chet Holifield Library. Enjoy a magic show with friends. Library is located at 1060 S. Greenwood... Read more »

East LA Man Shot on Sidewalk Identified

The coroner’s office identified Sunday a man found shot to death on an East Los Angeles sidewalk. Jose Espinoza, 46, of San Fernando, was discovered by deputies dispatched... Read more »

10-Year Old Girl Shot in Boyle Heights

A 10-year-old girl was wounded in a drive-by shooting in Boyle Heights Friday night, but the victim was not the shooter’s intended target, police said. The... Read more »

Fallece Helen, la Viuda del Sindicalista César Chávez

La viuda del sindicalista hispano César Chávez, que en los años setenta luchó por los derechos de los trabajadores latinos en EE.UU., Helen, falleció el martes... Read more »

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