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Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals

Watch the 40th Edition of the State of Black America

 Your browser does not support iframes. The National Urban League and AT&T presented the 2016 State of Black America in a LIVE BROADCAST at 11am EDT/10am CDT on May 17, 2016. Watch and discuss findings from the National Equality Index – measuring how Blacks and Hispanics are faring compared to whites in education, jobs, and justice. Follow us…
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40th Anniversary Edition of National Urban League’s State of Black America

40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION OF NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE’S STATE OF BLACK AMERICA RANKS the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area 26th in 73 in Employment Equality and 47th in Income EQUALITY The Los Angeles Urban League Endorses “Main Street Marshall Plan” To Address Social and Economic Inequities Los Angeles (May 17, 2016) – According to the 2016 State…
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Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson try to start a healthful fast-food revolution in Watts with Locol

Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson try to start a healthful fast-food revolution in Watts with Locol via Los Angeles Times By: Jonathan Gold   As you crawl down 103rd Street looking for a parking space, tooling past the Jordan Downs projects and the Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School, it is not hard to spot Locol, the…
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2016 ASPIRE Summer Program Hosted by UC Irvine

Access Summer Program to Inspire Recruit and Enrich High School Students in Engineering and Computer Science The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences is accepting applications for the new ASPIRE Summer Program for rising high school juniors and seniors (class of 2017 and 2018). ASPIRE is…
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