Raffle drawing Banquet April 14th, Sunday to draw three winning tickets for an all expense paid trip to Africa. The Trinity Cross Foundation sponsors one week in each Country, South Africa, Namibia and Angola. Take "Diamond Tour", experience the trip of a life time. May 10 through May 31st. Click on http://www.trinityxfoundation.webstarts.com. Contact Anderson Hitchcock at email@example.com for more information on trip.
The Future of LA is In Your Hands!View this email in your browser SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 20138:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.Hit the Streets of South Los Angeles with Your Urban League as we Identify the Community's Priorities for the Future of Los Angeles. As we prepare for new leadership to take the helm of Los Angeles, it is important that they know what matters most to our community. In turn, the Los Angeles Urban League is launching an effort to collect meaningful information from community residents…See More
Leezalee%20Barr%20Flyer.jpeg.docxCalling all spoken word artist and afficionados.Every Wednesday night come and participate either in front of the mike or as an audience member and experience some of the best spoken word being done on the planetLeezalee Barr’s Spoken Word WednesdaysSea Bird Lounge730 East…See More
Celebration of economic vitality in the African Diaspora Community. ESL Economics as a Second Language discusses the construction, ownership and operation of Black Family Reunion Resorts throughout the world. While "We've Always Been Free" and accompanying CD reveals the history of economic empowerment in one Historic Black Community in Ohio. Chagrin Falls Park
So what brings you to Leimert Park Beat? Tell us a little bit about yourself.
Opportunities for investment in this vibrant commercial area. My intent is to build a Family Reunion Resort through my company Juneteenth Industries.
Who referred you?
Good times at:
the center for Hwealth, Wealth and Prosperity
Last song I heard or I sang:
Killing me Softly
Writer, Musician and Martial Arts Instructor
My Leimert Park Secret:
My first year and a half spent in Los Angeles was spent living in my Van in Liemert Park and teaching Karate at the Black Karate Foundation with a class of nearly 30 young people between the ages of seven and fourteen.
Come to the Library on 11/8 and be a part of an exciting new program. Hear Hiram and two other poets who will open for him. Don't miss this event. Tell your friends. We want you there. Everybody's welcome. Support local writers!Questions? firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More
Metro’s contractor for the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Walsh/Shea Corridor Contractor (WSCC), will implement a full street closure at Rodeo Road and Crenshaw Boulevard for 14 consecutive days beginning Friday, Oct. 24, to finish construction of the wall perimeter for the future underground Crenshaw/Expo light rail station. Continuing work has been schedule around the clock from 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24 through Friday, Nov. 7. During this time north and south bound traffic traveling on Crenshaw…See More
October 31, 2014 at 9pm to November 1, 2014 at 2am
This will truly be a costume party like no other! On October 31st Halloween night, come out and celebrate our ancestors at our RBG (Red Black & Green) Costume Party. There were many who came before us who sacrificed so much for our people to be able to live the privileged life we live today. So in their honor we ask all attendees dress in the colors of Red Black & Green. Music will be provided by DJ…See More
CAAM’s Contemporary exhibition Curvature features artists Michael Kilgore and Anthony “Eve” Kemp, whose artistic styles include Fauvism, Expressionism and Cubism. CAAM invites the media and community to sit in on a discussion between CAAM’s Visual Arts Curator Vida L. Brown and Artist June Emond as they discuss the artworks of well-known African American artists whose works embrace the styles and elements defined in Cubism.Curvature is ongoing at CAAM through January 19, 2014. The exhibition…See More