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Non-profit organization providing free afterschool programs

Jade Love Kids Foundation is offering a free African-American history after school..

HBCU Week highlights increased access to college

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are known for helping students of..

‘Can the Trash’ poster contest begins for elementary students

Third- through fifth-grade students have the chance for their environmentally-themed..

Aquarium accepting applications for African-American scholar program

The Aquarium of the Pacific is accepting applications for a new scholarship program..

Compton College recognizes distinguished faculty and staff

Compton College recently announced its honorees for the 2019-2020 Distinguished..

Newsom unveils partnership with Sesame Workshop for back-to-school PSAs

Gov. Gavin Newsom recently unveiled a new PSA partnership on back-to-school..

Antelope Valley College offers some ‘Late Start’ courses

The fall semester has begun at Antelope Valley College. However a list of “Late Start” classes can be..

United Way presents TransformED Grants

In response to intensified inequities in the education system brought on by the..

School district begins year with distance learning format

A new Los Angeles Unified school year officially began this week amid a pandemic..

Tech giants earned billions during pandemic

As school districts around the nation grapple with how to educate students this fall..

County officials stress that more voting centers are needed

Though all California voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot, Los Angeles County..

Julie Rousseau will head college ‘BLM Action Team’

Former Los Angeles Sparks coach Julie Rousseau will chair the USC athletic..

American Masters series showcases Black publisher

“American Masters – Unladylike2020,” which has been shining a spotlight on the..

Turnbull Sanders to fill new executive position at USC

The University of Southern California announced this week that Effie Turnbull..

Black, Latino college students may be forced to delay graduation

A USC study involving nearly 1,000 households found that students of color and low-income students..

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