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UCLA Study: Nearly 270K K-12 Students in California Were Homeless Last Year Written by City News Service
All Nine LACCD Colleges Will Serve as County Vote Centers for November 3 Presidential General Election; Deadline to register to vote in California’s November 3 Election is Monday, October 19, 2020 Written by LAWT News Service
Efforts to Block the Vote Concern CSUN Poly Sci Professor Written by Carmen Ramos Chandler
HBCU Students for Biden and Black Students for Biden: ‘Four More Years of Trump Means Death for Many African Americans’ Written by Stacy M. Brown
Dr. Creshema Murray Appointed Special Assistant to UHD Office of the President Written by LAWT News Service
Bloomberg Philanthropies Strives to Increase Black Physicians by Donating to Historically Black Medical Schools; Charles R. Drew University is a recent recipient of $7 million in donations. Written by Betti Halsell
LACCD BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVES RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF ETHNIC STUDIES EDUCATION REQUIREMENT FOR STUDENTS Written by LAWT News Service
UCLA: Racial and Ethnic Groups’ Finances Hit Hardest by COVID-19 Written by City News Service
Suit Alleges Teacher Abused Boy Because He Was Black, Disabled Written by City News Service
L.A. School Board Expands Ethnic Studies Written by City News Service
Los Angeles Community College Districts Offers Online Enrollment Fairs Written by City News Service
Despite COVID-19 setbacks, Watts Learning Center students thrive Written by Faith Petrie
CSU Dominguez Hills to Receive Mayme Agnew Clayton Collection of African American History and Culture Written by LAWT News Service
Largest US public university system requires ethnic studies Written by Cuneyt Dil
2020 Howard Grad Earns Ph.D. at Age 73; Reflects on Surviving Nigerian Civil War Written by NNPA Newswire
New Poll by The Partnership for L.A. Discusses Difficulties Regarding the Digital Divide in Low-Income Communities Written by Saybin Roberson
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science receives 2021 Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Award for ‘Institutional Excellence’; Award provided from the Beyond Flexner Alliance recognizes outstanding leadership in promoting social mission in health profe Written by LAWT News Service
Many Say Education of King’s Life, Legacy Remains Critical for Young People Written by Stacy M. Brown
New STEAM Lab Unveiled at South L.A. Elementary School; Project at Flournoy Elementary School is a Collaboration Between Kaiser Permanente and LAUSD Written by LAWT News Service
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: New Designs Charter School – Watts Team Prepares for LADWP Science Bowl Written by LAWT News Service
School Board Approves Black History Month Resolution; Recognizes the Contributions and Achievements of African Americans Written by LAWT News Service
CSU Dominguez Hills President Thomas A. Parham Honored by the City of Los Angeles with the Hall of Fame Award for Education Written by LAWT News Service
California to Turn Juvenile Prisons Into “Campus-Style” Learning and Rehab Centers Written by California Black Media
Professor details Black women’s fight for education in 1800s Written by Hadley Barndollar
Charles R. Drew University Agreement with National College Resources Foundation Gives “Priority Admission” To NCRF Students; Agreement will also promote and provide scholarship ­opportunities to students at Black College Expo events Written by LAWT News Service
Assemblymember Reginald Byron Jones-Sawyer, Sr. Celebrates The Signing of the ‘At-Promise Youth’ Bill Written by Saybin Roberson
Congress finalizes bill restoring black college funding Written by Collin Binkley
CDU Receives $800,000 Grant from California Endowment to Help Plan New Four-Year Medical Degree and Medical Education Building Written by LAWT News Service
Students Rally in Maryland’s Capital to Resolve Longstanding HBCU Lawsuit Written by Stacy M. Brown
Suffragist Coralie Franklin Cook: First Descendant of Monticello Slave to Graduate College Written by Stacy M. Brown