The Great White Hope

November 28, 2018 LA Data News 0

By Vincent L. Hall   James Earl Jones portrayed world heavyweight boxing champ Jack Johnson, whose power and persona took White America by surprise in the early 1900’s. Johnson presented a double threat to the […]

In Defense of a Smart Housing Mix

November 20, 2018 LA Data News 0

Andreanecia Morris Housing NOLA, Executive Director Opponents of progressive and forward thinking affordable housing policy were left disappointed after the United States Supreme Court shot down a property rights case in October 2017. The case […]

Spiritually Speaking Do You Love You?

November 14, 2018 LA Data News 0

By James A. Washington Publisher, Dallas Weekly Newspaper The road to spiritual salvation is sometimes so obvious, so apparent that we just miss it. Like most of Jesus’ message, it doesn’t seem possible that by […]

Why We Say Put Housing First

November 6, 2018 LA Data News 0

Andreanecia Morris Executive Director, HousingNOLA Affordable Housing is a term fraught with bias as it often brings to mind the worst kinds of stereotypes rooted in racism, sexism and classism. People often reject the notion […]

Khalilah Long

Done to Us Not With Us

October 24, 2018 LA Data News 0

By Khalilah Long Parents play critical roles in their child’s achievement from kindergarten through high school graduation. Parent advocacy has proven to have positive implications on student educational success. But who advocates for and supports […]

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