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Echoing Streets

THE HILLS

Resisting a tide imposed on me I run through these hills with many others Galloping Free Because America Happens Here You see people like us The ones that are bombarded by life Who are knocked down and stand up limping to beat everyone else at the ra More...

Ridley-Thomas calls for tougher laws for child trafficking

Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas said last week that children involved in sex trafficking should not be treated as criminals, as he called for harsher punishment for those who buy sexual services from minors. More...

Huerta exhibit opens in L.A.

Dolores Huerta, who cofounded the United Farm Workers union, said today she hopes an exhibit in Los Angeles about her life and activism inspires women to live a life of civic duty. More...

CSUDH to celebrate inauguration of Willie J. Hagan

CSU Chancellor White to install President Hagan and former U.S. Under Secretary of Education Martha Kanter to deliver Keynote Address Dr. Willie J. More...

Child Protective Services audit uncovers flaws in agency performance

Assemblyman Mike Gatto requested the audit following last year’s murder of eight-year-old Gabriel Fernandez

State officials have released results of an audit of child-welfare-services agencies initiated by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles) in the wake of failures last year that, in one case, led to the death of a child in Los Angeles County. More...

Opinion

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“[If] you violate children, you are to be subjected to the full weight of the law.” — LA County SupervisorMark Ridley-Thomas More...

In My View

Al Sharpton sets terrible example by hugging vote fraudster

After he has made such a spectacle of himself in professing that voter protection laws are unnecessary, it was unsettling for Al Sharpton to publicly hug a convicted perpetrator of vote fraud at a public event. More...

Black conservatives helped challenge government agency’s race-card attack on job applicant credit checks

In a case in which the Project 21 black leadership network supported the defendant with a legal brief, an appeals court just delivered a stinging rebuke to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for highly unprofessional methodology in a More...

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