Cali HBCU & Greek “It’s a Different World” 90s Day Party

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Come out and have a good time with HBCU ALUM & students, The Greeks and ANYONE who just wants to have a good time as we welcome Summer….90s STYLE!!

DATE: SUNDAY, JUNE 3RD, 2018

3PM – 8PM (HBCU RED CARPET, DAY PARTY & AWARDS)

RSVP EARLY!!

MUST BE 18+ And of course 21+ to drink\

ATTIRE: 90s Summer Chill and Swim Gear!!

ADDRESS:

8639 Lincoln Blvd Los Angeles CA 90045 626.676.7309 (TEXT ONLY PLEASE)

For more info: calihbcualliance@gmail.com

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National BLACK OUT September 8!

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African American life is obviously being expressed as something America can do without or holds no value, lets show America just how valuable we are. We need to continue to bond together and fight in numbers and Monday September 8th, TOMORROW, will be another chance to tell America its time to cut the crap, not only are we here but we belong here!

TODAY! “What Do We Tell Our Sons?”

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In light of the Trayvon Martin case, Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn will moderate a panel tonight: What Do We Tell Our Sons? Please don’t miss this forum from the legal perspective! Don’t let your sons and daughters navigate Los Angeles without these details! Sponsored by Black Women Lawyers, Inc., and N.A.N.

Today! Thursday, August 15, from 5-8pm, (light refreshments from 5-6pm and discussion from 6-8pm), at First AME Church, 2270 S. Harvard Blvd., LA, CA 90018, our legal community will communicate the law as it relates to the Zimmerman verdict in Florida and racial profiling in California.

This is forum is your legal community in action, doing our part to ensure that Trayvon Martin’s, Kendrick McDade’s, Oscar Grant’s, and the many others unnecessary deaths will not be in vein.  Knowledge is Power and gives Confidence.  This is literally the type of knowledge that saves lives! I look forward to seeing you.

Westchester Getting Ready To Sue LAX

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A Westchester community group seems a little tee’d off that LAX is planning to build a new runway closer to homes and businesses in the area.  The group has began seeking mediation with the city of Los Angeles.   Council voted 10-3 to move forward on the proposal to demolish the North Runway at LAX and rebuild it 260 feet further north despite intense opposition from residents.The one-page letter addressed to the city clerk comes two days after the Los Angeles City Council approved, on a vote of 10-3, a proposal to move the airport’s northernmost runway 260 feet closer to Westchester homes and businesses. Airport officials say the change is vital to improve safety and increase operation efficiency.  The city has five business days to respond to the request for mediation. If it chooses not to accept it, the alliance will have about 30 calendar days to file a lawsuit, according to Douglas Carstens, an attorney for the alliance.

This is all part of a $4.76 billion project is intended to upgrade the airport’s layout to accommodate larger aircraft like the Airbus A380, but Westchester and Playa del Rey community groups have claimed the project would increase traffic congestion and air pollution.

Westchester Just Called Their Lawyer, LAX Get Ready

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