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Inglewood offering free food program at select city parks

INGLEWOOD — The city has kicked off a free Grab-N-Go summer lunch program, for youth 18 and under. The program will be beneficial to Inglewood residents like Ameer Thompson, who lost his job as a rental car agent during the global coronavirus pandemic. The 39-year-old Thompson is now spending more time outside with his 8-, Read More…

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Food program may run out of funds this month

CULVER CITY — A food program that provides free meals from local restaurants to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic is in danger of running out of funds by the end of the month. Community leaders with FeedCulver.org began purchasing restaurant meals in mid-April for food-insecure residents, but estimated that the project only had Read More…

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Stay-at-home orders result in more domestic violence reports

LOS ANGELES — The coronavirus has impacted everyone, some more than others. One issue is clear: advocates for survivors of domestic violence remain concerned about isolating victims with their abusers and further compromising their safety.  “Staying home may not be the safest option,” according to officials at the National Domestic Violence Hotline. In May, the Read More…