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  • Urgent Call to Help Blacks Who Suffer Due to Political Abandonments

    Blacks suffer continued injustices from their own government. In a few weeks Congress will vote on the Cobell settlement agreement, HR4213, section 607 which is currently before the Senate Committee on Finance. I want to make you aware that this is a very...
  • Community Rally Protests Punching Incident And Lack Of An Apology By Officer

    Members of the African-American community have taken to the streets to show their displeasure with the chain of events that have stemmed from the punching of a Black female teen by a Seattle police officer. The group, led by Blacks in Government, are dem...
  • Mel Gibson’s Latest Racist Rant Targets African-Americans

    Four years ago, Mel Gibson apologized profusely and reportedly entered rehab after verbally attacking the Jewish community after being picked up by police. Well, Gibson is reportedly back to his bigot ways after using racial slurs against blacks in threat...
  • What Happens When a Church Dream is Deferred?

    On the internet the morning this article was written, was the story of the state of California paying the family of Jayce Duggard 20 million dollars. The money from the state was for the state's failure to properly supervise Phillip Garrido who kidnapped ...
  • Upon 100th Birthday: NUL Chief Says America Needs More Civil Rights Warriors

    WASHINGTON (NNPA) - Marc Morial, president and CEO of the National Urban League, says despite the strength of modern-day civil rights organizations and the fact that NUL is about to celebrate its 100th birthday, there are still not enough civil rights war...
  • Pasadena’s New Police Chief Philip L. Sanchez

    Choosing a career for Pasadena's new Police Chief was not a difficult one. He grew up wanting a career in public safety. More specifically, he wanted to become a fireman. But the tragic death of his brother in 1976 turned the direction of his life and to ...
  • Getting The Most Out of Your Business Entity

    With the downturn of the economy and the rise of unemployment, many individuals have taken a leap of faith and started their own businesses. Thanks to the many resources now available to them, most small business owners know that they need protection fro...
  • African American Mayors Call on Senate to Choose a Clean Energy Future for America

    Washington (June 29, 2010) – The National Conference of Black Mayors today calls on the Senate to chart a new direction for America's future through comprehensive climate and energy legislation that will provide for the sustainability of our nation's mo...
  • Employer Forum

    - Our most popular event -Join Women At Work and meet potential employers Women At Work presents our most popular event, the Employer Forum on Wednesday, July 7th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. We have invited local businesses, large and small, to participat...
  • Americafest at Rose Bowl to Honor Heroes

    Americafest 2010 at the Rose Bowl, the Fourth of July's biggest fireworks show in Southern California, will celebrate Independence Day with music, food and fireworks and by honoring those who have given their lives in the past year during the Iraq and Afg...
  • Why Nonprofits Fail: Who’s Asking and Who’s Answering?

    With the number of nonprofits nationwide nearing the 1.2 million mark and eclipsing 90,000 in the state of California by some estimates, the nonprofit sector also continues to contribute to the nations' Gross Domestic Product (GDP). According to the Gove...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    There are reports that some of the NBA's top free agents are meeting to decide if they should play on the same team. I think that it is a good idea if they can make such an arrangement. Winning championships today means much more to the players, than the ...
  • California African American Museum Features Antwone Fisher

    The History Council of the California African American Museum is presenting an afternoon with noted author, Antwone Fisher, Saturday, July 10, from 1-2:30 p.m. The event is open to the public and free of charge. The museum is located in Exposition Park i...
  • Second Annual Black Tie and Burgers Fundraiser will Support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Pasadena Dinner and Auction

    The Boys & Girls Clubs of Pasadena announces its 2010 annual fundraising event, a Black Tie and Burgers affair. In its second year, the evening promises to be a beautiful night under the stars with cocktails, dinner, a live auction and live music. T...
  • Pasadena YWCA Executive Director Receives Honor

    Tamika Farr, Executive Director of the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley, will be honored as an outstanding Executive Director, at the 11th Annual Women in Business Legislative Update and Awards luncheon on July 16 at the Pasadena Hilton Hotel. Senator Carol ...
  • The 2010 Special Recognition Award

    During its 85th Annual Commencement Exercises, Pasadena City College's (PCC) Board of Trustees bestowed the 2010 Special Recognition Award on Soror Ellen Ligons, Associate Dean of Career and Technical Education. Soror Ligons was honored for 40 years of s...
  • Some Patriotic Reflections for the Fourth of July

    The Fourth of July is upon us and nobody enjoys a party more than Yours Truly. I will offer any excuse to break into some kind of a party mode. The slightest hint of refreshments and I have my "these-boots-were-made-for-walking" footwear on and I am ready...
  • Reflecting Upon the History of Israel: Where We May Find Ourselves Part II

    As we continue to reflect upon the Judeo-Christian heritage, the Patriarch Jacob, who's named was changed to Israel by God in Genesis 32:28, is in the midst of rearing a young and growing family. The father of twelve named sons in scripture not only bore ...
  • How to Reconcile Your Bank Statements

    Reconciling (or balancing) your bank statement to correspond with the account balance in your checkbook register each month can help you monitor your available funds, avoid bounced checks and serve as a warning system against unusual activity, such as ide...
  • Seven Signs of Addiction

    It's like a train wreck. We want to look away, but we can't. We sit by stunned as they flash mug shots of favorite movie stars drunk and disheveled across the television screen. Beloved talk show hosts are fighting obesity in public. Super models, every b...

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