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Summit Calls for New Southeast Narrative

Concerned that the corruption scandals in some Southeast Los Angeles County areas might taint their own reputations, cities in the region have distanced themselves... Read more »

The Worst Thing That Could Come Out of the Election: ‘Latinos Didn’t Vote’

For more than thirty-five years, we at EGP have been driven to nearly pulling our hair out when we hear politicians and the media say, “Latinos don’t vote.” This... Read more »

Southeast LA Deserves Its Fair Share of Measure M Funding

I was raised in Southeast LA County, in the shadow of the 710 freeway, a community suffocated by rail yards and freeways. It is a region identified by the U.S. federal... Read more »

Part 2: EGP Ballot Recommendations Nov. 8 General Election

In EGP’s Oct. 13 edition, we issued our first round of endorsements for the upcoming General Election on November 8. Today, we weigh in on a number of other measures... Read more »

Measure M: New Hope for Southeast Transit Users?

While politicians continue to argue over allocations, voters will decide Nov. 8 whether they are willing to pay another half-cent sales tax to fund transit and transportation... Read more »

Family-Friendly Halloween & Día De Los Muertos Activities

Thur.Oct. 20 6-9pm–Opening Reception “Sacred Memories: Cross Cultural Expressions of Day of the Dead” Exhibition Presented by El Pueblo Park Assoc. & El... Read more »

Community Calendar: Oct. 20, 2016 – Oct 26, 2016

Today, Thursday Oct. 20 8:30am-12pm–Free Flu Shots at the Arroyo Vista Family Center – Highland Park Oct. 20. No appointment necessary, limited supply. Pregnant... Read more »

EGP Ballot Recommendations – Nov. 8 General Election

There’s a lot at stake in the November General Election, from the election of a new U.S. President and U.S. Senator from California, U.S. House of Representatives... Read more »

Community Calendar: Oct. 13, 2016 – Oct. 19, 2016

Today, Thursday, Oct. 13 7-9pm–Before Dodger Stadium: Panel Discussion at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes. Former residents of Chavez Ravine, researchers & artists... Read more »

Maywood’s Crippling Debt Blamed on ‘Weak’ Controls

Maywood elected officials failed to properly oversee the city’s financial management, leaving the city with crippling debt, according to a state audit released... Read more »

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