Support For Gay Marriage in L.A., But Blacks Oppose, and other news

By The News Jun 22, 2009

L.A. Supports Same-Sex Marriage But Blacks Still Opposed A recent LA Times poll shows that most voters in Los Angeles support gay marriage, at 56 percent. However, a majority of Blacks still remain opposed to same-sex unions while the Latino vote is split evenly. Tribute to Tuskeegee Airmen in L.A. Exhibit The California African American Museum is running an exhibit honoring the Tuskeegee Airmen, the unit of black military pilots who served during World War II. Massachusetts Officials, Activists Write Up Immigration Reform Plans Following Governor Deval Patrick’s "New Americans Agenda", members of the Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition are finalizing a draft of recommendations for state immigration reform, which may include state tuition for undocumented immigrants. Non-Profit Hopes to Restore Former Black School TESS, a non-profit organization serving at-risk youth in North Carolina, is planning on restoring a Black school from the early 1900s and utilize the facility to run the organization’s services for the community.