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  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Service

    Sunday, January 15, 2012 - 3:00 p.m., Metropolitan Baptist Church, 2283 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Altadena, Rev. Tyrone Skinner, Host Pastor Dr. Nicholas Benson, President of the IMA invites the community to attend this celebration service of Dr. Martin Luthe...
  • LA Cares Mentoring Movement to Promote Third Annual Mentor Sunday

    January is National Mentoring Month a recruitment campaign supported by youth based organizations throughout the United States. For the past three years, Los Angeles CARES Mentoring Movement an affiliate of the National CARES Mentoring Movement, founded ...
  • Young Golfers of America Reunite

    The Young Golfers of America Association has one of the best resume's for young people of anyone in Southern California.The non-profit organization was founded in 1990 to introduce, teach, motivate and assist youth in achieving lifetime goals with golf as...
  • City of Pasadena Staff Cuts Depending on Apparent Claremont Connected Cronyism, In Lieu of Competence

    From the time when Michael Beck was hired to be city manager, there has been concern as to his method of favoritism instead of the best qualified when it was time for decisions in hiring, and firings, beginning with the hiring of Steve Mermel as Assistant...
  • NAACP Mourns Passing of Judge Robert Carter

    The NAACP mourns the loss of Judge Robert L. Carter, federal judge and General Counsel for the NAACP during Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka and other landmark cases. In 2004, Carter earned the NAACP's highest honor, the Spingarn Medal. He passed awa...
  • Governor's Proposed Budget Puts California’s Most Vulnerable Children at Risk

    Governor Jerry Brown released a 2012-2013 state budget proposal today that contains large spending cuts to health and human services, and other vital safety net services for children and families. The budget also calls for additional cuts to public school...
  • PUSD Districting Taskforce Announcement

    The Pasadena Unified School District Districting Taskforce encourages you and your community group or organization to participate in an important process that affects your representation on the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) School Board of Educa...
  • The Ray Charles Foundation Supports LAPD Youth Programs

    Pledges $1 Million Dollars Over Three Years Los Angeles, January 6, 2012 – Fulfilling one of the primary missions of the Ray Charles Foundation to assist organizations and institutions in their social educational and academic advancement of programs fo...
  • Portantino Blows the Whistle On Legislature's Lack of Whistleblower Protection

    Introduces Measure (AB 1378) to Protect Employees of State Legislature Sacramento – Each year, thousands of Californians do the right thing by reporting waste, fraud, violations of law, and political corruption. When they do the right thing, they are p...
  • Rose Bowl Hall is First Class

    It was a first class group that went into this years Rose Bowl Hall of Fame.  Dick Enberg, Senator George Fleming and the Brut runner, Ron Dayne. Enberg began his full-time broadcasting career in 1965 in Los Angeles as the radio and television voice...
  • Sex—The Weapon of Mass Destruction

    SEX—from the pulpit to the White House! Sex—men have lost their jobs for it. Men have lost their lives for it. Men have left their wives for it. Men have left their children for it. Men have dropped out of school for it. Men have gone AWOL from the mi...
  • Nonprofit Mine Field – Politics!

    2012 promises to be an action packed year with presidential elections and the accompanying debate, competition, advertising, and promises. Politics will definitely be in the air. And they may find their way to the doorstep of a non-profit you are involved...
  • January Is National Stalking Awareness Month

    January is National Stalking Awareness Month, a time to focus on a crime that affects 3.4 million victims a year.  This year's theme—"Stalking: Know It. Name It. Stop It." challenges the nation to fight this dangerous crime by learning more about ...
  • Estate Planning Affects Everyone

    Whether it's your own estate plan or someone else's, sooner or later everyone is affected by estate planning. The effect may be positive, such as a windfall received from a wealthy relative, or negative, such as having your reputation tarnished because yo...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    If you expected great things from the Oregon Ducks, you were not disappointed. They were everything that we had hoped that they would be, and a little bit more. They have invented a new form of college football. Until they started doing so, no one had con...

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