Utility company equipment failure blamed for the fires that ravaged Napa and Sonoma counties last fall
By GWEN MOORE, Guest Contributor
Wildfires and the aftermaths are one of the most talked about issues in the state because of the potentially devastating financial impact on California Utility companies.
Free Aretha Franklin tribute sponsored by County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, CAAM, and L.A. County Arts Commission
The public is invited to join County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, the California African American Museum, and the L.A. County Arts Commission for a musical celebration, paying tribute to the life
Action from Committee on Substantive Change of Accrediting Commission puts Compton Community College on track to independence
COMPTON — Sovereign control will soon return to the Compton Community College District, which has received confirmation that the Compton College Substantive Change Application was approved.
The Committee on Substantive
Civil rights groups suspect bail reform in guise of SB 10 – the California Money Bail Reform Act – an algorithm-based bail system
By MANNY OTIKO, Contributing Writer
SACRAMENTO (CBM) – Progressives and some Black activists have long sought bail reform, critical of America's current bail system,
Pot calling the kettle black, a phrase initially meaning one thing, embraced as something negative by urban culture
“The pot calling the kettle black,” is a racist phrase – an idiom presupposing there is something inherently wrong with the noun “black.” Monitor your speech, as this