California African American Museum
California Attorney General Joins Southland Leaders To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of Civil Rights Act
Attorney General Kamala Harris, along with Southland leaders in the African-American community, joined hundreds to mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris will host a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act on Monday in Los Angeles.
Small, minority and women-owned businesses and individuals will meet with Metro executives Monday.
A trip to the California African American Museum is a great way to learn all about the artistic contributions of the many talented African American artists in California and the country.
Museum directors in Exposition Park are concerned about a proposed lease that would give university officials control over parking lots at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and the Sports Arena 25 days a year for major events.
The spring weather is perfect for getting out and exploring all that Southern California has to offer.
In 1926 Americans began celebrating “Black History week,” in recent decades this remembrance of African American history was expanded for the entire month of February. In the Southland, celebrations, a parade, testimonials, museums, and libraries offer more than entertainment.
The theme of the 2012 Women’s History Month is “Women’s Education – Women’s Empowerment.” Schools, government, and other agencies are holding special events in celebration of Women’s History Month, including these museums in Los Angeles.
There is a never-ending list of arts, culture, music and food activities across Los Angeles. Jump in!
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at a local museum, or take in live theater that mixes dance with equestrian arts under a Big Top in Burbank.
Who says great art has to come at a high price? That’s definitely not the case in LA where residents and tourists can visit dozens of museums, galleries, cultural centers and more without paying a […]