Los Angeles Black History Month Festival

Los Angeles Black History Month Festival Our team is working on presenting a virutal event to the public in cleberation of Black History Mont

Operating as usual

09/09/2021
Looking Forward.
08/29/2021

Looking Forward.

Looking Forward.

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08/26/2021

Photos from World Peace Music Fest.'s post

Photos from World Peace Music Fest.'s post
08/26/2021

Photos from World Peace Music Fest.'s post

08/02/2021
07/28/2021
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We are so thankful and Gladly to bring this great event to You and our community. We bring this Festival with one-ness a...
07/12/2021

We are so thankful and Gladly to bring this great event to You and our community. We bring this Festival with one-ness and Graceful heavily Artist from all over the world to show unity among people of all. One people, One world and one love

We are so thankful and Gladly to bring this great event to You and our community. We bring this Festival with one-ness and Graceful heavily Artist from all over the world to show unity among people of all. One people, One world and one love

You are miss and Love
07/05/2021

You are miss and Love

You are miss and Love

07/05/2021

Peace start with you.

07/01/2021

Good morning Compton family!

Today’s my last day serving as your mayor of our great city!

God has been gracious! It’s been an honor to serve, represent you, and advocate for you and your families.

We’ve had some wonderful memories, incredible times, hard days and battles. I can say through it all that I wouldn’t change a day. You were worth it!

I pray you were touched by the immense love I have in my heart for you, our babies, and our city. There’s no greater love than to give your life for your friends John15:13.

Special thank you to my team for your tireless work and commitment to take this journey with me. We stayed mission-minded until the very end. All glory to God! Well done good and faithful servants! Congrats on your next chapter! The flourish is upon you!🙏🏾✨. Melissa, my right hand. I love you endlessly. Debbie our backbone, you are a special gift and I love you always! Candace, thank you for picking up the baton and serving with integrity, ceaselessly to help us complete the last mile. I love you dearly!

To our city management team - the best team ever! Our residents may never know how hard you’ve worked, and some people in position may never fully appreciate or have the ability to comprehend, but God does! Your latter days shall be greater than your former! I salute you!

CouncilwomanChambers & Attorney Brown - you both came in with a mandate and made an immediate impact to help move our city forward. Thank you for your support, professionalism, excellence and love. I know you will stand and serve fiercely.

To every #ComptonChampion thank you for your leadership, service + impact on our community & culture!

City Clerk Alita Godwin, thank you for your love and support! Greg,Chris,Pastor Michael Fisher, Apostle Hill, Sharoni, Jasmyne, Jamarah, Kevin, Shonee, Jeannee,Tony, Jeanetta, Diddy,Nic,Nika,Cristian,Rafer+Nat,ComptonEmpowered, BloomTeam,Felton/Grays, Faith Family, Greater Zion Family, Raquel, Inez,+ many more, thank you!

Thank you to every engaged resident, volunteer, supporter near + far. To those that prayed for me, I’m most appreciative-your prayers were a force.🙏🏾🔥❤️

Thank you to the love of my life for covering me in every way!Onward to our next adventure!Thank you to my family for your sacrifice, love & support! 😘🙏🏾

I love you always #Compton family! 💛💙

07/01/2021
06/28/2021

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06/28/2021

Today, on June 25, 1876, a battalion of the 7th Cavalry, led by George Armstrong Custer, was wiped out by an overwhelming force of Lakota, Dakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho.
There are many stories that come from this most famous battle of the Indian Wars. However, the most overlooked account is of the women warriors who fought alongside their male counterparts.
👉🏾 Cheyenne Buffalo Calf Road Woman holds the distinction of being the warrior who knocked Custer off his horse, hastening the demise of the over-confident Lt. Colonel.

Minnie Hollow Wood, Moving Robe Woman, Pretty Nose (pictured), One-Who-Walks-With-The-Stars, and Buffalo Calf Road Woman were among the more notable female fighters. Pretty Nose fought with the Cheyenne/Arapaho detachment. One-Who-Walks-With-The-Stars (Lakota) killed two soldiers trying to flee the fight. Minnie Hollow Wood earned a Lakota war-bonnet for her participation, a rare honor. Lakota Moving Robe Woman fought to avenge the death of her brother.

👉🏾 #WhoTellsTheStoryMatters re-watch AMERICAN HOLOCAUST: WHEN ITS ALL OVER I’LL STILL BE INDIAN - short-listed for an Academy Award (2000)

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#NativesInChargeOfTheirNarrative

06/21/2021
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Los Angeles Black History Month Festival. 2021
Renie Fisher & the daughters of Drumming, Leimert Park village

06/07/2021
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Coming This Summer, Get ready People
03/10/2021

Coming This Summer, Get ready People

Coming This Summer, Get ready People

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03/08/2021

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Three Amazing Woman. They all will be @ BHMFest 2021
02/16/2021

Three Amazing Woman. They all will be @ BHMFest 2021

Today we respect and honor Dr. Adrain Dove for his achieve work and for bringing the Dr. King Parade. Thank you and L.A ...
02/12/2021

Today we respect and honor Dr. Adrain Dove for his achieve work and for bringing the Dr. King Parade. Thank you and L.A BHMFest want to thank you.

Today we respect and honor Dr. Adrain Dove for his achieve work and for bringing the Dr. King Parade. Thank you and L.A BHMFest want to thank you.

Today we Honor Attorney Miss Paulette Inez Gray for Her outstanding achievement. Thank You from BHMFest. and us all as a...
02/11/2021

Today we Honor Attorney Miss Paulette Inez Gray for Her outstanding achievement. Thank You from BHMFest. and us all as a community of achievement.

Today we Honor Attorney Miss Paulette Inez Gray for Her outstanding achievement. Thank You from BHMFest. and us all as a community of achievement.

Thank you everyone in advance for your Participation in the 4th Anual L.A BHMFest
02/11/2021

Thank you everyone in advance for your Participation in the 4th Anual L.A BHMFest

Thank you everyone in advance for your Participation in the 4th Anual L.A BHMFest

02/11/2021

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