Excessive Heat Warning and Ozone Advisory

Excessive Heat Warning and Ozone Advisory

Los Angeles is expecting a long period of extreme heat from Wednesday at 11am through at least Monday at 8pm. Temperatures could reach up to 112 degrees in the San Fernando Valley and up to 105 degrees in downtown Los Angeles and the LA basin. This heat wave will also impact air quality, and smog will reach unsafe levels in many parts of the City. Since these extremely high temperatures and bad air quality will continue for many days in a row, it’s very important to be proactive and make sure you and your community have a plan to stay safe during extreme heat.

BE PERSONALLY PREPARED:
Keep cool by resting in shady areas or buildings with air conditioning and drinking plenty of water. If you do not live in an air-conditioned building, you can take refuge from the heat at a public library, recreation facility, senior center or other public air-conditioned building near you. You may call 311 to identify the cooling centers closest to you, or visit https://ready.lacounty.gov/heat/ to see a map of cooling center locations, and hours of operation (additional centers being added). Many pools and splash pads at your local Recreation and Parks locations will be available over the holiday weekend- you can find their hours of operation and locations by visiting the Daily Pool Status Website.

HELP YOUR COMMUNITY PREPARE:
Check up on relatives and neighbors, especially if they have pre-existing health conditions or are sensitive to heat. Let them know the heat is coming and the ways to stay safe. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances. Additional information about staying safe during extreme heat, and a list of LA City cooling centers that will be operational during the Labor Day weekend are available at www.emergency.lacity.org/heat.

IF YOU MUST BE OUTSIDE:
Take extra precautions if you work, exercise, or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening, or until this period of extreme heat is over. See the image below as a guide to help you recognise f signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
To reduce risk during outdoor work, OSHA recommends frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments and staying hydrated. Wear lightweight and loose fitting clothing when possible. Employers must provide access to sufficient water.
Heat stroke is a life-threatening emergency- Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location, and then immediately call 911. Non-emergency heat-related information can be found by calling 311.

La advertencia de calor excesivo y aviso de ozono para la región de Los Ángeles permanecerá en efecto, empezando desde el miércoles 31 de agosto hasta el lunes 5 de septiembre. La Ciudad de Los Ángeles espera un largo periodo de calor extremo empezando desde el miércoles a las 11 de la mañana hasta al menos el lunes a las 8 de la noche. La Ciudad de Los Angeles urge que los angelinos se preparen para el aumento de temperatura.
Las temperaturas podrían alcanzar hasta 112 grados en el Valle de San Fernando y hasta 105 grados en el centro de Los Ángeles, y la cuenca de Los Ángeles. Esta ola de calor también afecta la calidad del aire y el smog alcanzará niveles inseguros en muchas partes de la ciudad. Dado que estas temperaturas extremadamente altas y la mala calidad del aire continuarán durante muchos días seguidos, es muy importante ser proactivo y asegurarse de que usted y su comunidad tengan un plan para mantenerse seguros durante el calor extremo.

ESTAR PERSONALMENTE PREPARADO:
Los residentes pueden combatir el calor permaneciendo en la sombra o en un edificio con aire acondicionado y bebiendo agua. Si no viven en un edificio con aire acondicionado, pueden buscar refugio en una biblioteca pública, en un centro de recreaciones, un centro para mayores, o otros edificios públicos con aire acondicionado. Puede llamar al 311 para identificar los centros de enfriamiento más cercanos o visitar Https://ready.lacounty.gove/heat/ para ver un mapa de las ubicaciones de los centros de enfriamiento y el horario de atención. Muchas piscinas y áreas de chapoteo en sus ubicaciones de los centros de recreaciones estarán disponibles durante el fin de semana festivo; puede encontrar sus horas de operación y ubicaciones visitando el sitio web Daily Pool Status o Diario de la Piscina.

AYUDE A SU COMUNIDAD A PREPARARSE:
Contacte a sus familiares y vecinos, especialmente si tienen condiciones de salud preexistentes o son sensibles al calor. Hágales saber que se acerca el calor y las formas de mantenerse a salvo. Los niños pequeños y las mascotas nunca deben dejarse desatendidos en los vehículos bajo ninguna circunstancia. Información adicional sobre cómo mantenerse seguro durante el calor extremo y una lista de los centros de enfriamiento de la ciudad de Los Ángeles que estarán operativos durante el fin de semana festivo de Labor Day estan disponibles en www.emergency.lacity.org/heat

SI USTED TIENE QUE ESTAR AFUERA:
Tome precauciones adicionales si trabaja, hace ejercicio, o pasa el tiempo afuera. Si es posible, reprograme cualquier actividad extenuante para la mañana, o la noche, o hasta que termine este periodo de calor extremo. Vea las imágenes a continuación como una guía para ayudarlo a reconocer los signos y síntomas del agotamiento por calor y la insolación. Utilicen vestimenta ligera y ropa no-ajustada cuando sea posible. Para reducir los riesgos de las personas que trabajan afuera, la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional (OSHA por sus siglas en inglés), recomienda descansos frecuentes en la sombra o en lugares con aire acondicionado. Cualquier persona que sufra de agotamiento de calor debe ser movida a un área fría y con sombra. ¡El golpe de calor es una emergencia! Llamen al 911. Para información adicional sin emergencia, llame al 311.

COVID-19 POP UP CLINIC

COVID-19 POP UP CLINIC

Hosted by Sutro Avenue-Southeast Leimert Park Block Club, CORE Response and Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza

MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 2022
11:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza
3650 West Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90008
Upper Level Parking, Entrance on Victoria Avenue off of Stocker St., near IHOP

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • FREE 1st, 2nd, and Booster Shots (Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson)
    Ages 5+, NO Appointment or Insurance required
  • Gift Card Giveaways & FREE Food Truck meal tickets while supplies last
  • Chair Yoga
  • DJ

Stop by Registration Table for details!

covid popup clinic sponsors
New Community Compost Hub

New Community Compost Hub

Let’s all join in a play a role in composting in 2022! There’s the Good Earth Community Garden right down the street to learn how to consistently set aside the items listed below to help divert food waste.

what to compost
Free Mammogram Screenings in Honor of Dr. MLK Jr.

Free Mammogram Screenings in Honor of Dr. MLK Jr.

A Day of Service in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – Free Mammogram Screenings provided by Alinea Medical Imaging

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 2022 | 10 AM – 2 PM

Location: 2nd parking level at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza off Stocker. Event is 100% outside. Last year it was unseasonably warm (80’s). Bring a light jacket for the morning. It’s LA!

Minimum Criteria to Qualify:

  • California Resident
  • No Insurance
  • No Health Plan
  • No HMO
  • High Copay
  • Female
  • 40 Years of age or older
  • Low Income (based on Federal criteria)
  • Last mammogram is greater than one year

Criterios Minimos para Calificar

  • Residente de California
  • Sin seguro
  • Sin plan de salud
  • Sin HMO
  • Copago alto
  • Mujer 40 anos de edad o mas
  • Bajos ingresos (segun criterios federales)
  • La ultima mamografia es mas de un ano

Final thoughts: “Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace.” A Soul Generated by Love, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

California African American Museum King Day 2022

California African American Museum King Day 2022

Programs for Kids, Teens and Families for

King Day 2022

Monday, January 17, 2022
10 am – 5 pm

After last year’s online MLK Day program, we’re excited to welcome you back to CAAM to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in person! Drop in to enjoy open galleries and special programs offered throughout the day, including a King family story time with the Los Angeles Public Library, a King speech study group, and a performance by members of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles (ICYOLA), the largest majority African American orchestra in America.

11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
King Study Group
Participate in this community reading and discussion about King’s 1967 speech, “A Christmas Sermon on Peace.”

12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Family Story Time
Librarians from the LA Public Library read beloved books about King and change including Be a King: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream and You by Carole Boston Weatherford and Change Sings: A Children’s Anthem by Amanda Gorman, plus lead a fun family activity!

2:00 p.m.
Musical Performance by ICYOLA
Members of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles (ICYOLA), perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing, and a medley of classic spirituals and original compositions.

This event takes place in person. Weather permitting, programs will be held outdoors.

Be A King!

Be A King!

Lessons from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change

A Virtual Event
Thursday, January 27, 2022, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. PT

Dr. Bernice King will join CalEndow Live on January 27 to discuss her life and work as CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, which was founded by her mother as the official living memorial to the life, work, and legacy of her father.

In this hourlong conversation, Dr. King will discuss the growth of the King Center and explain how her father’s principles of nonviolence contribute to social justice and racial equity in the United States and around the world. She will answer your questions about the ongoing struggle against voter suppression and police violence and share her personal self-care strategies.

Register today to reserve your space and submit a question for Dr. King.

This virtual event is free. Registration is required.
Closed captioning and Spanish interpretation will be available.


Bernice A. King is CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change. A highly respected social commentator, Dr. King appears frequently on Good Morning America, CNN, and other major national news outlets. She holds a Master of Divinity Degree and Doctorate of Law from Emory University.

Be A King! Lessons from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change is produced by CalEndow Live, providing health and racial equity programming for social change that is open for all and free for the public good.

The California Endowment 1000 N. Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
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