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Why is the coronavirus deadly for so many blacks in Los Angeles?

By Nigel Duara, CalMatters When he worked at a hospital in downtown Los Angeles, Dr. Gregory Taylor saw cases that reflected the community where he...

Small Business Receives An Assist – Magic Johnson Provides $100 Million in Loans

A. Haynes | San Diego Voice & Viewpoint The Paycheck Protection Program has been plagued by questions, especially concerning if the businesses that needed the...

A Crisis on Two Fronts: Black Immigrants Face COVID-19 in California and Back Home

By Manny Otiko  | California Black Media California is home to an estimated 11 million immigrants and many of them are Black — from Africa,...

Housing, Homelessness Funds Mostly Spared in Proposed Budget Cuts

By Matt Levin, CalMatters With a forecasted deficit of near-record proportions and an economy in freefall, homelessness and low-income housing advocates were braced for painful...

COMMENTARY: COVID-19 – My Personal Battle from a Positive to a Negative Result

Jeffrey L. Boney Shares His Personal Journey of Surviving the Coronavirus and Dealing with the Emotional and Mental Anguish Required to Overcome COVID-19 By Jeffrey...

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