It was the third time the student senate there had passed such a measure in the past several years, but the others were overturned.
A Los Angeles synagogue found itself having to deny misinformation about the George Floyd protests after a rumor spread by the White House.
‘Dialogue is needed:’ L.A. City council Paul Koretz speaks out after the protests
Jewish store owners recount a night of looting and protests in Los Angeles.
At 6 a.m. on Sunday morning, building security alarms were still ringing at retail establishments in the affluent Los Angeles neighborhood around the Beverly Center, where the night before, what began as a peaceful protest for racial justice took a darker turn into destruction, looting and vandalism.
Violent protests in Los Angeles tear through Jewish neighborhood
Defying the governor but heeding the President, a Los Angeles synagogue opens its doors
Los Angeles Jewish Federation CEO Jay Sanderson loses his brother to Covid-LA as he organizes the community against the pandemic
Los Angeles-based coffee chain Coffee Bean announces it will drop kosher certification
Wilshire Blvd. Temple camps struggle to decide whether to open during the pandemic.