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Black women networking event

Women in business—or those who are in the “business” of living their best lives—are invited to attend the 37th annual..

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Black women are more at risk for breast cancer

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the American Cancer Society (ACS) will conduct its “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk ..

New drug approved for Sickle Cell disease

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of Endari (L-glutamine oral powder) for patients age 5 years and older...

Small business workshop Oct. 6

The Small Business Legal Academy will host a free one-day event planned tomorrow at the Ebony Repertory Theater, 4718 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles.

Striking out Sickle Cell

The Sickle Cell Disease Foundation celebrated the one-year anniversary of a new...

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Dominguez will use new funding to attract students

California State University Dominguez Hills in Carson has received Upward Bound grants totaling $5.2 million..

Women’s health group celebrates its 20th year

Black Women for Wellness (BWW) on Oct. 19 will host an anniversary celebration from 7 to 10 p.m. at Traxx Restaurant at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, 800 N. Alameda St.

Holman celebrates men

The Holman United Methodist Church “Brother to Brother Ministry” has scheduled a “Men's Weekend” beginning with a day in the community from

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Special honor for Rev. Cecil Murray

The National Association for Equal Justice in America (NAEJA), a local civil rights organization, will recognize on Oct. 14 Rev. Cecil “Chip” Murray for the decades of service he has provided to the South Los Angeles community during the group's 16th annual banquet at the Proud Bird Restaurant, 11022 Aviation Blvd., Los Angeles.

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Washington High begins new chapter in school history

Washington Preparatory High School has started in a new academic direction at the storied South Los Angeles secondary campus that everyone seems to be excited about. Borrowing from the past where high school consisted of multiple grades in a single setting, and encompassing a new focus on studying science, math and the arts, the school added a new academy tailored to sixth and seventh graders and plans to add subsequent levels until the students reach 12th grade.

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