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Mississippi retires state flag, last in US with Confederate emblem

Mississippi retires state flag, last in US with Confederate emblem

Giacomo Bologna | Mississippi Clarion Ledger READ FULL STORY Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signed a bill Tuesday evening that mandates the removal of the state flag and bans future use of the Confederate emblem. Mississippi was the only state whose flag contained the Confederate battle flag. Lawmakers adopted it nearly …

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Juneteenth holiday takes on extra importance in 2020

Juneteenth holiday takes on extra importance in 2020

What to know about Juneteenth: Holiday marking Emancipation Proclamation takes on extra importance in 2020 N’dea Yancey-Bragg | USA TODAY | June 18, 2020 Read full story here » Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated Juneteenth’s relation to slavery. It celebrates the Emancipation Proclamation, but the Emancipation Proclamation …

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Masks are now mandatory in California

Masks are now mandatory in California

California governor requires residents to wear face masks in most indoor, outdoor settings Marco della Cava | USA TODAY Read full story here » SAN FRANCISCO — California’s governor on Thursday waded into the growing national divide over face masks, which often are cast as either a common courtesy to …

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USA TODAY: 100 ways you can take action against racism

100 ways you can take action against racism right now

Sara M Moniuszko and Anika Reed – USA TODAY Published 3:01pm ET May 29, 2020 | Updated 5:42pm ET June 3, 2020 Full story and video here As protests continue over George Floyd’s death and the continued mistreatment of Black Americans at the hands of police, many are looking for …

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We are you

KJLH has unapologetically served the community for 55 years. We were here for our community then and we are here for you now. This is not new to us. We are you and our history proves it! Be responsible & safe.

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LA Unions to Feed Thousands Impacted by COVID-19

LA Unions to Feed Thousands Impacted by COVID-19

Walk-Up Food Distribution Set to Feed over 2,000 Families in the Pico-Union Neighborhood of Los Angeles On Saturday, May 30, the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, in collaboration with Labor Community Services, Los Angeles Councilmember Gil Cedillo (CD-1), the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, and others, is set to …

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Why standing six feet apart is so Important!

Coronavirus Germs News

BEST LIFE: By SARAH CROW | MAY 14, 2020 Here’s How Long Coronavirus Germs Stay in the Air Just From Talking YOU CHAT WITH OTHER PEOPLE EVERY DAY—BUT TALKING COULD BE KEEPING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC GOING. While many people know that COVID-19 can be spread through respiratory droplets that land on …

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RADIO FREE NEWS: The Passing of a Music Legend

LITTLE RICHARD

LITTLE RICHARDDEAD AT 87 https://www.tmz.com/2020/05/09/little-richard-dead-died-87-rock-music/ Little Richard, a giant in the early stages of Rock ‘n’ Roll and beyond, has died. Richard had enormous influence over the genre, with insanely popular hits like the fantastically frenetic, “Tutti-Frutti” and “Long Tall Sally.” The Beatles have credited Richard as being inspirational to the Fab …

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AHF is always on the frontlines for you and your community

AHF

When Needed, We’re Here. AHF is always on the frontlines for you and your community. Go to ahfpharmacy.org to learn more about free contact-less delivery now. And check out this new music video about coping with Covid by AHF partner Raheem DeVaughn and Syleena Johnson. Tune into KJLH Quarantine Concert Series 9 P.M. …

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Coronavirus

Meals for Families Information IC Student Preparedness Information IC Parent Free Resources Information Resources To Help Those In Need In LA County Amid Coronavirus

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