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On Jan. 29, former Assemblymember Shirley N. Weber, who represented parts of San Diego and its eastern suburbs in the lower house of the state legislature for eight years, has been sworn in as Secretary of State of California.   In her new role as the state’s top election official, the former chair of the California Black Legislative Caucus replaces Alex Padilla, who […]

Popular Radio Host at 102.3 RadeioFree KJLH Los Angeles and Host of the Tammi Mac Late Show on Fox Soul Tammi Mac is heard each weekday on Stevie Wonder’s 102.3 Radiofree KJLH in Los Angeles and on the all new FoxSoul digital platform at Foxsoul.net. She is a propular fixture in radio and television and […]

On January 18, Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day immersed in music, culture, and community. This year’s virtual festival highlights MLK’s dedication to labor and workers’ rights, and these movements’ continued importance today. Enjoy these vibrant programs and activities for all ages. 10:00 amMusical Welcome from ICYOLAKick off CAAM’s MLK Day Celebration with members of […]

Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media The California Association of Black Lawyers (CABL) submitted the names of three accomplished African American attorneys to the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) as possible candidates for the state’s soon-to-be open Attorney General position. In a 46-page document that includes biographical data of the organization’s recommendations, CABL called […]

Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media Dr. Akilah Weber, who is the daughter of Dr. Shirley Weber (D-San Diego), has announced this past weekend that she is running for the 79th Assembly District seat that her mom will soon vacate. If she wins, the younger Dr. Weber would have the opportunity to carry on […]

2020, which was somehow both the longest and the quickest year of our lives, has finally drawn to a close. And with the new year comes a bevy of new laws. Californians will barely notice most of the hundreds of new laws going into effect in 2021, as many affect small groups of people or […]

The African American Cultural Center, Long Beach will host a virtual Kwanzaa celebration on Tuesday, December 29th at 6:00 pm. Kwanzaa was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga, professor and chair of Africana Studies at California State University, Long Beach, in 1966, as a cultural holiday to honor ancient African harvest customs and celebrations. Kwanzaa means […]

Today Rick L. Callender, Esq. addressed the California Hawaii State Conference of the NAACP and was joined by NAACP Chairman of the Board Leon Russell to fire up the membership and delegates. Callender, who is the CEO of the Santa Clara Valley Water District, called out the fact that he wouldn’t be CEO without the […]

Lenore A. Tate, PhD, At the beginning of this year, many of us would have never imagined that 2020 would have brought us the COVID-19 global pandemic, caustic conversations about race and racism, violent murders, children learning remotely, working from home, social isolation and widespread job loss. This year, more than ever before in our […]

Steven Vargas | California Black Media Now that both Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized by the FDA and are beginning to roll out, hesitancy is growing among Americans about receiving them. According to a recent survey by COVID Collaborative, a bipartisan organization that provides recommendations to governors on their COVID response, only […]


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