Tanu Henry, California Black Media On July 25, the federal government’s Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program ended for most states, leaving millions of Californians without the extra cash many of them had been relying on for months to make ends meet. The $600 extra in federal stimulus pay was added cushion to the amount states […]
George Floyd may not be the martyr the media has made him in the name of Black Lives Matter, but his death is the last straw, the one that has broken the camel’s back. How impotent you look when you decide to yell at the camel, reprimanding it for its pain.
There is a lot going on in this world.. The leadership of the nation gives us pause, the COVID 19 pandemic has got us all wondering what’s next, there is unmitigated social justice and human rights issues violations in the land, the Census is upon us yet we could be undercounted if we dont act, […]
In a very special edition of Coffee Conversations with Greg J, presented by Beach City Radio and @beachcityperspective…. We are ecstatic to speak with the Honorable Congresswoman Maxine Waters….. We’ll talk about COVID-19, Justice, the Census and of course our necessary vote…. livestreamed on facebook,,,, and right here on www.beachcityradio.com
By Michelle Boorstein April 19, 2020 at 10:23 a.m. PDT The Church of God in Christ, the country’s biggest African American Pentecostal denomination, has taken a deep and painful leadership hit with reports of at least a dozen to up to 30 bishops and prominent clergy dying of covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Officials from […]
A little over one year ago, members of the California Board of Equalization (BOE) unanimously selected Malia M. Cohen, former President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, to chair the 141-year-old state agency. Cohen made history when she became the first African-American woman elected to the Board of Equalization in November of 2018. She […]