Aja Brown

mayor of Compton, California

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Aja Brown doesn’t worry about critics who argue guaranteed income encourages people not to work, and says she knows firsthand that people who live in poverty try to make the best…

Up to $1000 per month for Compton families: Mayor Aja Brown rolls out guaranteed income program

Aja Brown doesn’t worry about critics who argue guaranteed income encourages people not to work, and says she knows firsthand that people who live in poverty try to make the best…

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It's been more than 25 years since NWA released  Straight outta Compton , and band members Ice Cube and Dr. Dre are now making a film about the city and their rise to fame.

The City of Compton: On the Streets and on Film

It's been more than 25 years since NWA released Straight outta Compton , and band members Ice Cube and Dr. Dre are now making a film about the city and their rise to fame.

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