Pastor Profile: Pastor Adolphus Garnett
Nov08

Pastor Profile: Pastor Adolphus Garnett

Church: 54th Street Seventh-Day Adventist
Hometown: Los Angeles California
Family: Married to wife Carolyn 45 years, four daughters
Education: Oakwood College
One on One With Tessa Thompson
Nov08

One on One With Tessa Thompson

Tessa Thompson Hometown: Los Angeles Big Break: Selma Current Project: South Dakota (2017), Thor: Ragnarok (2017), Annihilation (2018), Sorry to Bother You (2018)

Can’t Get Enough of  Gabrielle Union
Nov08

Can’t Get Enough of Gabrielle Union

Being Mary Jane” may be winding down with a two-hour finale movie next year, but Gabrielle Union is anything but. Presently, she’s on a book tour to promote her new book, “We’re Going to Need More Wine,” a collection of essays about sexuality, race, beauty, Hollywood, and what it means to be a modern woman. 

The War Against Black Women Under Trump Administration
Nov08

The War Against Black Women Under Trump Administration

In responding to comments from political strategist John Thomas about Rep. Frederica Wilson blasting President Donald Trump for telling the pregnant widow of a Sgt. La David Johnson killed in Niger that her 25-year-old husband “knew what he signed up for” Los Angeles KFI 640 host Bill Handel said, “I’m far more upset with her because that is a cheap affectation–she’s a cheap sleazy–ah–Democrat whore is what she is. Okay–no excuse me–I’m being too generous to her.” 

First AME Church Wins 5-Year Battle Over Community Development Arm
Nov08

First AME Church Wins 5-Year Battle Over Community Development Arm

Last week, First AME Church announced that the five-year battle over control of its non-profit community development arm, FAME Assistance Corporation, has ended. On July 6, 2016, the court issued a judgment in favor of First AME Church, invalidating the 2012 changing of the bylaws, providing for the new pastor of First AME Church to serve as CEO; and allowing the church to elect new board members/directors to manage and operate the programs and services.

Gas Tax and Vehicle Fees Could Benefit Minority Businesses
Nov08

Gas Tax and Vehicle Fees Could Benefit Minority Businesses

A looming hike on the price of gasoline and new vehicle registration fees that will pay for improving the Golden State’s crumbling roadways will send millions of dollars of infrastructure work to minority and women-owned agencies and firms. State Senator Steve Bradford, a Los Angeles-area legislator, said in an Aug.

First Ladies High Tea
November will mark the 20th Anniversary of our Annual First Ladies High Tea, honoring the contributions of female leaders and women of faith to the Los Angeles community. For more information, visit www.firstladieshightea.com
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