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02 Aug The Olympics Can Combat Homelessness

On Monday the International Olympic Committee announced that Paris will host the 2024 games and Los Angeles will host the 2028 games. As a native to Los Angeles, I'm really excited to see the Olympics come back to my city for a third time. I'm assuming...

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26 Jul The Courageous Claire Smith

Claire Smith is an African-American sportswriter who was the first female Major League Baseball beat writer. She covered the New York Yankees from 1983-1987 for "The Hartford Courant." Claire Smith was famously not allowed in the locker room after the first game of the 1984 National...

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19 Jul Do What You Love

My partner went out of town this week. While she's been on vacation I've been through a wave of emotions. It was difficult to fall asleep the first few nights she has been gone. I miss laughing and being silly with her. All of a...

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12 Jul Help Keep It Cool

Last week I wrote about some safety tips for us to take of this hot summer. While I was drinking lots of water and driving safely, I realized that there is more I can do for my community. I'd like to give a shoutout to all...

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11 Jul Philanthropist – Guidance

Hello, my name is Seth C. Powers, My wish may not be money nor fame or any of these things we dream of day to day life. But my wish is to be a philanthropist or guidance. I am a only child, early twenties and...

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05 Jul Summer Safety Tips

I wanted to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July. Summer is officially in full swing and we just had a four day weekend. Most of us spent our time away from work barbecuing and drinking while hanging out with our friends. I do hope all...

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28 Jun Simonetta Lein Inspired Us

We started We Take Note to cater to people who have been discriminated. It was meant to be story sharing site, but we read through various submissions and realized they all had something in common. What's that you may ask? Well it's that they are...

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14 Jun United in Pride

It's June, which means it's Pride Month. In L.A., the Pride parade transformed into #ResistMarch this year. Thousands of Angelenos hit the streets in solidarity. All of the signs and rainbow flags filled the air with joy and showed us that we are still united...

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