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Los Angeles County Adopts Proclamation of Black Maternal Health Week with Unanimous Approval of Supervisor Mitchell’s Motion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETuesday March 23, 2021 Media ContactLenée Richards (213) 709-9334lrichards@bos.lacounty.gov Los Angeles County Proclaims Black Maternal Health Week with Unanimous Approval of Supervisor Mitchell’s Motion Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email LOS ANGELES, Calif.—

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Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell’s Statement on Vaccinating Educators and Safely Re-Opening Schools

Supervisor Mitchell provided the following statement on vaccinating educators and re-opening our schools:

“Vaccinating our teachers and school faculty is a critical step towards fully reopening our schools. We cannot reopen our schools at the expense of the health of our students, teachers, and their families. Thankfully the vaccine matched with a commitment to following public health guidelines have allowed for a steady decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths. These numbers along with guidance from our public health officials and insight school faculty, caregivers, and residents, must all be considered as we plan for re-opening schools.”

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Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell Names Fredericka McGee as Chief of Staff

“I have worked with Fredericka throughout my time in the state legislature and have consistently been impressed by her leadership. She brings a depth of experience cultivating diverse and effective teams and is skillful at making substantive policy initiatives come to life,” said Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell. “Fredericka is highly respected and shares my commitment to justice and equity. I am proud to have her on my team as we do the urgent and necessary work of serving the Second Supervisorial District”

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Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell’s Statement on the Death of David McKnight-Hillman

“I would like to extend my sincere condolences to the family and loved ones that mourn the loss of David McKnight-Hillman. It is heartbreaking to know that David’s life was taken while helping to serve other young people. Our community is rightfully disturbed by this horrific incident. I am committed to working with Wayfinder Family Services to identify additional support and resources to serve our young people who are in need of Wayfinder’s continued supportive care, while ensuring the safety of its workers and our residents.”

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Supervisor Mitchell Pushes to Expand Protections for Small Property Owners and Pathways to Homeownership for Communities Hit Hardest by COVID-19

Today the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion authored by Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell and co-authored by Board Chair Hilda L. Solis, that calls for the County to develop a comprehensive strategy – centered in racial and social equity – for protecting small property owners and their communities who are at high risk of losing housing due to the impacts of COVID-19.

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