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  • Renaissance and Religion in 20th Century Black America

    At its height, the renaissance movement in Black America was taking root throughout the nation’s inter cities; what began in Harlem, New York, and mirrored in such cities as Chicago and Los Angeles, alike, the rise and visibility of Black culture, pride...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    AN ABSOLUTELY PERFECT DAY OF ROSES! I was awestruck at the beauty of the Rose Parade. Did we ever have a more perfect day? The floats were spectacular, and the marching bands were ...
  • Urban Food Deserts Threaten Children's Health

    If any of us were forced to live in a desert we'd probably find trying to survive in a barren, desolate wasteland difficult. But through a series of public policies and private sector decisions, millions of mostly low-income and minority families in Ameri...
  • Wish List for 2010 and Beyond

    Now that we have ushered in not only a new year, but a new decade, I want to share my New Decade’s wish list. I hope:PRESIDENT   OBAMA stops gutting his domestic programs in an effort to appease Republicans who have no intention of supporting ...
  • Tuskegee Airmen Heroes at Rose Bowl Parade

    For more than 65 years the Tuskegee Airmen have been on a crusade to be acknowledged as significant figures in American history.  Amidst a picture perfect day, before hundreds of thousands of spectators, and millions ...
  • Special Days advertising

    Honor those special dates and people in your life with announcements of weddings ~ anniversaries ~  graduations, and births.  ...
  • Special Edition advertising

    The Journal will publish special editions to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday, January 14, 2010 and Black History Month, February, 2010.   Each special event will provide an opportunity for businesses and the community to participate i...
  • Economic Recovery Forum Focus: Access Capital &Creating Jobs

    The message is loud and clear, from President Obama Job Summit  to L.A. Mayor Villaraigos’s creating a kitchen Cabinet of Economic Advisor’s to Business Life and Woodbury University’s answer to the call to get serious about Jobs and Access to C...
  • The American Legion, Pasadena Post 13, Salutes The Tuskegee Airmen

    The Tuskegee Airmen were honored recently at an event for their service and sacrifice during WWII. These enlisted men became America's first Black military airmen, during a time when there were those who thought that black men lacked ...
  • Pastor Glovioell says, “GOODBYE!”

    “Moreover as for me, God forbid that I should sin against the LORD in ceasing to pray for you: but I will teach you the good and the right way” (1 Samuel 12:23)The blessings of the Lord are here!2010 is arriving, and it’s in the atmosphere! ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    IT IS TIME TO SMELL THE ROSES! The Pasadena Rose Bowl is where most of the people in the world would like to be this coming Friday. The weather is likely to be pleasant and pristine, and the Rose Parade will be spectacular as usual. Millions of happy vis...
  • And a Little Child Shall Lead Them

    (NNPA) I love to share a story shared with me about my dear friend and mentor Rev. William Sloane Coffin, Jr. It was Christmas Eve and the pews at New York City’s Riverside Church were packed. The Christmas pageant was underway and had come to the point...
  • The Politics of Health Care Reform

    Although  House and Senate versions of the health care reform bill are weaker than they should be, the legislation making its way to President Barack Obama’s desk is far better than merely maintaining the status quo. ...
  • 2009 - A YEAR OF CHANGE

    2009 was viewed by the world as a year of change, both nationally and locally. Locally, The Journal celebrated twenty years of publishing in a gala at the Tournament of Roses. The Journal, for the second year, named the Women of Achievement and the Men of...
  • New Mammogram Recommendations Could Have Devastating Affect on Black Women

    WASHINGTON (NNPA) - New guidelines for breast cancer screenings made by the United States Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) may not be the best recommendation for African-American women. ...
  • Kidspace Children’s Museum Hosts Snow Days

    Family winter festival offers crafts, science, and snow! Kidspace Children Museum will host the second annual Snow Days winter celebration on December 26 through December 28, from 10am - 5pm each day.Though the sun may be shining, real snow will blanket ...
  • Avoiding Deceptive ‘Opt-Out’ Online Scams

    Proverbs survive because of their universality. Take the adage, "One bad apple spoils the barrel." It teaches us that good people (or good businesses) can be tainted by association with those whose actions are perceived as unscrupulous, even if they thems...
  • Field Elementary School Wins Pasadena Showcase House Grant

    Blair IB, Don Benito Fundamental Also Win Music Education Grants The Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) announced today that Eugene Field Elementary School is the recipient of a grant from the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts to help fund the sc...
  • Pasadena Area Community College District Welcomes New Board Members and Elects 2010 Board Officers

    The Pasadena Area Community College District (PACCD) Board of Trustees held its annual organization meeting on Dec. 9 to elect officers for the 2010 calendar year and to welcome newly elected board members. ...
  • Obituary Notice: FRANCES CLARKE BROWN DOGGETT

    June 18, 1918 - December 11, 2009 Frances Clarke Brown Doggett, Pasadena's Garfield School's first African American teacher in 1950 and wife of Reverend John Doggett of Scott Methodist Church, 1950-53 passed away on December 11, 2009 at 11:55am at Olympi...

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