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  • Speaker Series Will Highlight Housing, Traffic, Architecture and Natural Resources

    Pasadena residents, community leaders and business owners will share their ideas about housing, traffic, architectural design, natural resources and more during several speaker series events at the PCC Community Education Center, 3035 E. Foothill Boulevar...
  • 2nd Annual Health Fair

    "Taking Control of Your Health Destiny" will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2009, at The Jackie Robinson Center, 1020 North Fair Oaks from 10:00am to 2:00pm.  ...
  • WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE COMMUNITY?

    Are Outsiders Taking Our Youth Facilities From Our Children? From the late sixties through nineties, traditional youth organizations dedicated themselves to the theme of diversity in board membership staffing and program recruitment and involvement. The ...
  • RELEASE

    "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruis...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    A PERFECT WEEKEND... A Salute to Lisa Leslie UCLA beat Tennessee USC beat Ohio State Michigan beat Notre Dame The Raiders Lost Tiger Won Again   It has been my privilege and pleasure to witness the growth and success of our homegrown superstar, L...
  • How Do We Act? Intelligent!

    President Obama's speech to America's school kids last week was extraordinary! Simple, straightforward, encouraging, challenging and very inspiring. (The L.A. Times said he combined the "tenacity of Vince Lombardi" with the "tenderness of Mr. Rogers.") As...
  • Curtis Silvers Chosen to Head UNCF Western Region

    The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) has chosen Pasadenan Curtis R. Silvers to head the western regional office. The fund, known for it's motto: "A mind is a terrible thing to waste", has a mission of working to help students get an education. It supports...
  • Altadena-Pasadena Partner To Celebrate NAACP Centennial

    In a show of unity, the Altadena and Pasadena branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held a joint banquet for the first time to commemorate their national centennial anniversary. The idea to bring these two organizatio...
  • Blessed are the Peacemakers

    “I don’t care if the lawyers and the courts end up with all of the money. I just don’t want her to get a penny of it.” This is the type of statement I’ve heard several times in a dispute over an inheritance. Usually both parties are gearing up f...
  • Throw The Babies Overboard… The Black Ones First

    At the end of July, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed California’s $84.5 billon dollar state budget, a budget of such huge proportions, that if California were a country it would be the eighth largest economy in the world. And in America’s worst e...
  • 2nd Annual Health Fair

    “Taking Control of Your Health Destiny” will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2009, at The Jackie Robinson Center, 1020 North Fair Oaks from 10:00am to 2:00pm. ...
  • The Housing Rights Center and Los Angeles County will Host a Free ‘Housing Rights Workshop’ for San Gabriel Valley Residents

    The Housing Rights Center, in collaboration with the county of Los Angeles, will be hosting a Housing Rights Workshop for tenants to discuss tenants’ rights, the fair housing laws, housing discrimination and how to recognize housing discriminat...
  • Why The Morning is The Best Time to Exercise

    Proverbs 8:17 says: I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall fi nd me. This passage of scripture refers to the seeking of wisdom, Godly wisdom mind you, the kind of life enhancing instruction that leads to the best things in this life ...
  • Pre-Season Big For PAC-10

    The PAC-10 will open this college football season with high hopes and a national focus for teams other than USC. The conference has landed four teams in the USA Today Top 25 Coaches' poll. Power house USC (4), Cal (2), Oregon (14) and Oregon State (25). ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    THE GOOD TIMES ARE HERE AGAIN… UCLA and USC both won last week, and they won big. The Trojans were heavily favored to win over pitiful San Jose State, but the Bruins against San Diego State with something a question mark. Now that the preliminary games...
  • Arizona Image Tainted with Hate and Disrespect of President

    Over the last several weeks Arizona has made its way to the national spotlight. No, not because the Cardinals are kicking off their 2009 NFL Football season after an unforeseen run at the Super Bowl last year but for reasons not to be proud of. Last mont...
  • Blasting Radical GOP Reaction to Obama's Education Speech

    Wow. And I thought the right wing backlash against healthcare was over the top. But the Republican leaders who’ve been raising Cain over President Obama’s planned speech to school kids have sunk to new lows of dishonesty and ridiculousness. All the Pr...
  • The Pasadena Enterprise Zone Needs Your Assistance!

    The California State Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and Economy (JEDE) is currently reviewing the effectiveness of the Enterprise Zone Program. Previous attempts from the JEDE Committee sought to eliminate the Enterprise Zone Program ind...
  • Name Change Under Consideration for Robinson Park

    Robinson Park in Pasadena, named for the family that included sports legends Jackie Robinson and Mack Robinson, is undergoing renovation and could have its name changed to Jackie Robinson Park. The Pasadena Recreation and Parks Commission is seeking publ...
  • Northwest Marketing to be done by Outside Firm

    America is in financial trouble in part because we have outsourced much of the work to be done by workers in manufacturing, for example, to other parts of the world. The same problem has plagued Black communities across the country. The work to be done in...

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