Sec. of State Alex Padilla Tells Voters – Vote By Mail and Vote Early

Results aren’t final until the work is done.

AFI Festival announces opening film

AFI Fest 2020 will take place online October 15-22, 2020.

California State Bar Shaken by Personnel Issues Involving Two Black Women

The governor said the Bar’s scandals “cannot continue with business as usual.”

Canadian Prime Minister launches Black Entrepreneurship Program

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the country’s first-ever Black Entrepreneurship Program on Wednesday.

Reggae Pioneer Toots Hibbert Dies at Age 77

Hibbert was in the middle of an international tour with Toots and the Maytals, when he took ill.

Deadline Approaches for Registration of U.S. Citizens Wanting to Vote from Abroad

Eligible voters who have not received an absentee ballot in time to vote can use the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot.

LA Residents Can Help Redraw Districts to Ensure True Representation

“If you don’t have strong Latino representation on this commission, it can’t be a commission that really reflects LA County diversity,” said Rosalind Gold, chief public policy officer at the NALEO Educational Fund

Los Angeles County cancels Halloween activities

They also encouraged people to decorate their yards and organize vehicle parades.

The California Towns Where Blacks Feared Sundown

However, racial animosity still exists as shown by the multiple Black Lives Matter protests that have occurred in the state since May. In a time of civil unrest and calls for revolution, history is revealing and asserting itself.

Extreme heat expected during the Labor Day weekend

SCE is asking customers to conserve power during this Labor Day weekend heatwave, particularly from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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