Crenshaw Crushes Arleta, Faces Narbonne for City Title
December 1, 2015
The Crenshaw Cougars defeated the Arleta Mustangs 26-17, advancing the Cougars to the division I city championship game against Narbonne High school. This was the lowest scoring playoff game for the Cougars this postseason. ... read more »
“ Giving Thanks In All Things”
November 30, 2015
In perilous times, such as we live in today, many find it difficult to truly give thanks. Everywhere we turn there’s another atrocity in our local or global news. ... read more »
Rethinking Thanksgiving: Beyond Big Turkeys and Small Talk
November 30, 2015
The histories and holidays of the oppressed, colonized and enslaved are, of necessity, different from the history and holidays of the oppressor, the colonizer and the enslaver. ... read more »
November 30, 2015
America was built on violence and a propensity for violence is evidenced throughout its history. Many feel that this likely stems from a euro-centric propensity for dominance and greed that contaminates others, ... read more »
USC Hires Clay Helton as Permanent Head Coach of Football Team
November 30, 2015
  The University of Southern California announced today that it has hired Clay Helton as permanent head coach of the football team. Helton, 43, has served as the team’s interim coach twice, ... read more »
USC Wins Pac-12 South, Beating UCLA, 40–21
November 30, 2015
Despite a season filled with turmoil and confusion, the USC Trojans have accomplished what many thought impossible; they defeated the nationally ranked UCLA Bruins, 40-21, on rivalry Saturday and Senior Day at the Coliseum. ... read more »
Occidental College Students protest to end racial inequality on campus
November 26, 2015
  Student protesters at Occidental College occupied a sit-in at the campus’ Arthur G. Coons Administrative Center from November 16 to the 20th, in response to the racial bias at the small college campus. ... read more »
CSUDH African American Political and Economic Institute Named in Honor of the Late Mervyn Dymally
November 26, 2015
At a special reception on November 12, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) officially named the Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute that is housed on campus and unveiled a sculpture of the legendary politician that will be permanently on display in the University Library to honor his impact on the region and the state. ... read more »
Chase Bank officially opens in the City of Compton
November 26, 2015
Showing that the city of Compton is still on the move, Mayor Aja Brown and city officials celebrated the grand opening of a 2,060-square-foot full-service Chase Bank in the Hub City. ... read more »
Thanksgiving—To Be Grateful
November 26, 2015
Despite the commercialism, drama and history of the holiday, people still take time to give thanks ... read more »
Organizations Gear up For 60th Anniversary of Montgomery Bus Boycott
November 26, 2015
National Bar Association members are inviting the public to join them in their national celebration starting November 30, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. ... read more »
“Boycott Christmas, Not Jesus”
November 26, 2015
Mobilization increased for the national campaign to “Boycott Christmas, Not Jesus.” The economic boycott spans from November 27 from Black Friday spending on the day after Thanksgiving through January 1. ... read more »
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