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  • Pasadena Deltas Presents Successful 8th Annual Young African American Women’s Conference “Position Yourself for Greatness”

    On Saturday, March 27, 2010 at Pasadena City College, the Pasadena Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. presented the 8th Annual Career & Educational Conference for African American Women's Conference for grades 7 – 12. The theme this...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    THAT'S WHY THEY CALL IT MARCH MADNESS! At the beginning of March every year, 64 of the country's top collegiate basketball teams compete in a tournament. Before they are selected, experts have analyzed every aspect of their season, including their wins ...
  • Tax Relief for Ponzi Scheme Losses

    The name Bernard Madoff will forever be associated with investment fraud. Unfortunately, however, Madoff is not the only bad apple involved in handling the money of trusting investors. With the softening in the stock market, many fraudulent investment sch...
  • CCN to Air Interviews with Interim Police Chief Chris Vicino and Councilmember Jacque Robinson

    Hear candid interviews regarding the Police Chief selection process and the March 24th community meeting with City Manager Michael Beck. Weeks after the City Manager released the names of the secret panel selected to review the potential candidates for t...
  • Boys and Domestic Violence…

    We're Growing a Very Dangerous Crop This editorial is written to bring greater awareness of Domestic Violence issues to parents, coaches, mentors, and anyone else who cares enough to help young men break the cycle of violence in their homes. The issu...
  • Housing News from the Web

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  • Teachers Getting Laid off at John Muir High School, Home of the Mustangs

    Due to the economy, many teachers are being laid off. In the years 2006-2008, John Muir students weren't doing as they were supposed to. Changes had to be made; therefore, Academy's became mandatory for the students. Each student had to be involved in on...
  • Violent Republicans

    Even before three bricks smashed the windows of a Republican Party field office in Charlottesville, Maryland last week, Republicans in Congress and conservatives in the media claimed that Democrats weren't the only ones targeted by fanatics after the heal...
  • YES on CC

    Regular readers of The Journal are correct to harbor a degree of skepticism and perhaps be cynical about the Parcel Tax now named Measure CC. Didn't we just pass a bond for the schools? Why can't they use that money? My taxes are already too high! I don...
  • Last Minute Rush Seen for Soccer Cup Tix as Prices Fall

    The South African government expects a last-minute rush for tickets for the 32-nation Soccer World Cup tournament as tour operators bring down prices. "There is no need to panic but rather to start selling South Africa even more feverishly," Finance Mini...
  • Renowned Muslim Anti-Apartheid Activist Passes

    "The most popular and recognizable Indian South African Muslim woman over the past five decades" and "a true Gandhian," Fatima Meer passed this week at the age of 82. She combined oppositional activism with a politics of bridge-building. In 1946, Meer jo...
  • Actor Ben Affleck to Spotlight Eastern Congo

    Another Hollywood actor has launched a relief project in Africa to "raise the attention level and work with the extraordinary Congolese people who are making a positive difference in their communities." Actor and director Ben Affleck, spokesman for the n...
  • Assemblymember Portantino’s ‘911 Immunity’ Legislation Passes Key Committee

    Assemblymember Anthony Portantino's bill encouraging teenagers to seek emergency help for underage drinkers passed the Assembly Public Safety Committee today on a unanimous, bi-partisan vote. The bill would offer limited immunity for the teen reporting th...
  • Christening Ceremony for USNS Charles Drew

    (T-AKE 10) My daughter and I arrived in San Diego at the General Dynamics NASSCO Shipyard at about 5:50 a.m. Saturday morning to witnesses the Christening and Launch of the USNS Charles Drew (T-AKE 10), "a new dry cargo / ammunition ship for the United S...
  • Journal Publisher to Keynote at Black Firefighters Conference; KTLA News Anchor Michaela Pereira to MC

    Aside from their Entry Level Seminar for future Firefighters, this years Spring Conference will provide six lectures ranging from the Promotional process, to fire ground tactics, the fundamentals leadership, and a special presentation by Captain Robert Ha...
  • Palm Sunday Peace Parade

    One week after a local peace march addressed gang violence in Pasadena, Pasadena area residents will again take to the streets to march for peace in the Palm Sunday Peace Parade, an annual liturgical march by churches in the area. ...
  • Complacency - The Feel That Kills

    Have you ever walked into an obstacle (a door, a wall, or hole in the ground) and suffered the consequences? Hopefully the pain or discomfort you experienced was but momentary and perhaps most importantly you learned to pay closer attention to where we a...
  • The Earth Is The Lords: Locating A God-Centric Ideology

    Seek the LORD while he may be found, call upon him while he is near; let the wicked forsake their way, and the unrighteous their thoughts; let them return to the LORD, that he may have mercy on them, and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon. For my t...
  • Nicole Ari Parker and Malcolm-Jamal Warner Host the 18th Annual Trumpet Awards

    Star-Studded EventtoFeature Salute to 2010 Honorees, Pinnacle Award Recipient, Steve HarveyandLifetime Achievement Award ATLANTA, Ga. — The stars will align once again for the highly anticipated 18th Annual Trumpet Awards, hosted by Nicole Ari Parker a...
  • This Week in History: Crystal Bird Fauset

    Crystal Bird Fauset was born June 27, 1893.  In 1918, she traveled the country as the YWCA field secretary, developing programs for African American working girls and students. On November 8, 1938, she became the first African American woman in histo...

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