Month: October 2020

Ahead of the November election, a group of dialysis nurses and patients have come out in strong opposition to Proposition 23.  If passed, Proposition 23 would require all kidney dialysis clinics to have a physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant on site during dialysis treatment. It would also prohibit clinics from reducing their services without state approval and make it illegal for them to refuse treatment for patients based […]

A socially distant Saturday night out with BLM Long Beach with live guest performances and a Ballot Break down to get you right for the Black Vote!! Bring a friend, bring your ballot, bring your relaxed selves for a political good time #VoteBlackLBC#Partywithapurpose#BLMLBCVotes#NoMoreNames#BreakDownTheBallotLB#BLMLBC

In its forty-fourth session in July 2020, the United Nations Human Rights Council appointed Ms. Tlaleng Mofokeng, from South Africa, as Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health. Tlaleng Mofokeng is a medical doctor with expertise advocating for universal health access, HIV […]

2020 is a big election year. With all eyes on the presidential race, Californians can’t afford to lose sight of our state and local elections. These decisions need the same amount of consideration being given to the big race. They are the ones with the most — and the most immediate — effects on you […]

Aja Smith, a Black Republican running for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, has filed a complaint against Facebook, Twitter and Google. In her grievance dated Oct. 6, 2020, and addressed to U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr, Smith accuses the three California-based tech companies of violating the Federal Election Campaign Act by supporting Democratic candidates.  Smith, who is on the ballot to represent California’s 41st congressional district, which covers an area in Western Riverside County, also […]

Iconic music superstar Stevie Wonder announced that he has left Motown and signed with Republic Records. This is a move that comes as quite a jolt given that Stevie has been signed to Motown since he was 11 years old. He is one of the first names that come to mind when one mentions Motown […]

One of the most anticipated community festivals returns to Long Beach in the virtual space on Sunday October 18 as District 9’s Councilman Rex Richardson presents the Ninth annual Uptown Jazz Festival. The theme for this year’s free community concert is “The Best of Uptown,” highlighting fan favorites from past Uptown Jazz Festivals. Festivities will […]

Posted on October 10, 2020 by afropopradio Needless to say, 2020 has been an exceptionally insane year. Pandemic. Civil unrest, police murders of unarmed black civilians, uncertain leadership all across the board, this has been a real adventure. As we navigate this unprecedented time, we hope you and your family are safe, keeping as balanced as possible in […]

Ok, yeah this has been out for a month or two…… I just havent placed it onto our playlists until now…. I am so intrigued by this record “Born Ta Luv Ya” by Tony Terry. Wow, I had not heard that name in eons. But yet here he s releasing new music in this pandemic […]

Save App-Based Jobs & Services More than 80% of drivers work less than 20 hours a week, have other jobs or responsibilities, and can’t work set shifts as employees: Parents who work while kids are in school; Family members who work odd hours so they can care for aging parents or other loved ones; Working families, retirees […]


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