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by LA1 News Desk    From the outside courtyard at Ramona Hall last night, if one listed just carefully enough, massive applause could almost be heard as the Assembly District 51 runoff candidates were announced inside. The massive applause was not for candidates Wendy Carrillo and Luis Lopez, of course, although a... + continue reading
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July 4th: No Time for Celebration for Indigenous Peoples in US

from TeleSUR:

by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

   The Anglo-American settlers’ violent break from Britain, from 1775 to 1783, paralleled a decade of their search and destroy annihilation of Delaware, Cherokee, Muskogee, Seneca, Mohawk, Shawnee, Miami and other nations’ villages and fields, slaughtering the residents without distinction of age or gender and overrunning the boundaries of the 13 colonies into un-ceded Native American territories.

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Councilmember Opens New Playground

from Arroyo Seco Journal:

by Eddie Rivera

   First District Councilmember Gil Cedillo and the Department of Recreation and Parks dedicated a new playground at Montecito Heights Recreation Center this past Thursday at 6pm. The event also helped to kick off the 2016 Summer Night Lights program.

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Garcetti Unveils 2016 Summer Night Lights Program

by LA1 News

   Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti rolled out some heavy hitters yesterday for the 2016 kickoff to the Summer Night Lights (SNL) program at Highland Park Recreation Center. The Mayor was there with U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and LAFD Chief Conrad Terrazas. Even 'Big Game' James Worthy was on hand to tout the program’s positive effects. "Let me just end with some statistics, Garcetti said toward the conclusion of his speech. "This year we hired 352 young people, aged 17 to 24, as members of the [SNL] Youth Squad. It is those people on the front line who are making the difference."

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