Richelle Huizar, a commissioner on the Los Angeles City Commission on the Status of Women and the wife of NELA city councilmember José Huizar will be a host of the 48th annual conference of the National Association of Commissions for Women, to be held in L.A. this year from Aug. 1 through Aug. 4 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel downtown. The conference, themed Cities Leading Women, will bring together leaders in nonprofits, business and academia with empowerment activists, community organizers and other professionals and students, to learn from one another about how to make life better for women and families in their communities. For up-to-date information about the conference program and tickets, visit nacwconference.org.
If the Biden-Harris ticket wins, elected officials with ties to Northeast L.A. are among the possible replacements for Harris in the U.S. Senate. From left, Xavier Becerra, Hilda Solis, Jimmy Gomez, Kevin de León, Maria Elena Durazo.
A plan to use this Craftsman house as a business location has drawn opposition in Highland Park but could find approval Downtown. | Photo by T.A. Hendrickson