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As 2020 Census nears, experts fear many will be missed

With the United States about to begin its monumental task of counting everybody in the country once every 10 years, the House Oversight Committee held a hearing last month to see what the Census Bureau is doing to avoid overlooking so-called “hard to count” communities. Arturo Vargas of the National Association of Latino Elected Officials Read More…

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Panelists search for solutions to gentrification

SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Developers are rapidly buying up properties along the Crenshaw corridor in anticipation of the completion of the Crenshaw LAX Rail Line that will carry up to 16,000 commuters a day and is costing approximately $1.3 billion to build.  A number of luxury apartments are in the process of being completed that Read More…

Columnists Opinion

Yes on Prop. 10 — affordability, accessibility, stability, dignity

By Kelvin Sauls Guest Columnist We live in an era in which corporate landlords and Wall Street speculators have been systematically buying up properties in areas like South Los Angeles, taking advantage of middle and low-income African Americans. African Americans in Los Angeles have been struggling for decades to reach beyond the burdens society has Read More…