First city in the country to approve reparations
Marijuana will be legalized in Illinois on Jan. 1, 2020 and the city of Evanston..
Dec. 14 orientation
Job hunters are invited to register for the next mandatory..
Melodies of Black soul
Gospel. The word derives from the Old English godspell, a translation of..
The centerpiece of any holiday feast is the bird -- whether a perfectly basted..
Requires sacrifice and self-confidence
Being an entrepreneur isn’t easy. Working outside..
If passed in November, Proposition 52 would enhance an existing law that imposes fees on hospitals and directs those fees and federal matching funds to hospital-provided Medi-Cal healthcare services.
Where you live can contribute to your well-being
Grandma lived in Pasadena until she was 102, and you’re hoping that you’ve inherited those good genes. But, according to the California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities, a 10-year, community engagement initiative which celebrated its “halftime” on April 16, when it comes to health, your zip code matters much more than your genetic code.
Exploring the history of Black nuns
During Black History Month, there are a lot of pioneers, heroes, inventors and artists we remember. And every year, we learn more about our history, gaining more pride through that knowledge.
Special performances of “Freeze Frame,” a play about gun violence written by Debbie Allen,
Program targets Black youth
The theme for the 2015 World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, is “The Time to Act is Now,” and on the official U.S. Government website,