Dear Community

March 26, 2021

We live here in America — The home and land of free,Things are truly changing — In a way it shouldn’t be.Our hearts and minds are heavy — With the violence going on,We stand to give you our support — These actions are so wrong.Racism and diversity — Must surely be addressed,This Land, this home…

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Honoring Our Heroes

July 28, 2020

MHALA honors the lives and legacies of U.S. Rep. John Lewis, the Rev. C. T. Vivian, and James Charles Evers.  As young men, these giants of the Civil Rights Movement may have not realized that decades later, upon their passing, their fight would still not be over. Yet as catalysts for change and justice, they…

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Why We Wear a Mask

July 2, 2020

Mental Health America of Los Angeles serves over 9,000 people each year. All 9,000 are vulnerable in some way. Some are veterans who developed health problems after military injuries. Some are young adults who aged out of foster care or left home to escape abuse. Others are people who developed serious mental health challenges –…

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