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Black Community at Risk From Expo Line
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 08 November 2007
Evan Barnes Sentinel Staff Writer Francis Taylor Sentinel Staff Writer  Route of the Expo Line Though it appears to be a done deal, trouble is brewing with the Expo Line and how it will ... read more >>
Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Celebrates Rev. Jackson's Birthday
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 08 November 2007
Human Rights Activist Harry Belafonte and Television Judge Greg Mathis will be among the honorees at the 10th Annual Awards Dinner. The gala event will ostensibly be to celebrate the 66th birthday of ... read more >>
Georgia Court Frees Man in Teen Sex Case
Written by Daniel Yee, Associated Press 01 November 2007
AP - A former high school football star given 10 years in prison for having consensual oral sex with another teenager was freed Friday (Oct. 26) by Georgia’s highest court, which ruled that his ... read more >>
Shades of Watergate Cloud Obama Break-in
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 01 November 2007
Presidential candidate’s L.A. office reportedly burglarizedFor the second time in less than three months a campaign office for Sen. Barack Obama was burglarized, according to reliable sources close ... read more >>
Jordan Downs Residents Prepare to Meet on Rebuilding Housing Projects
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 01 November 2007
New homes with help from the Poor People’s Campaign and SCLC Hundreds of residents from the Jordan Downs Projects have confirmed their attendance for the first informational meeting on improving ... read more >>
Calif. Residents Face Weeks of Hardships
Written by Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press 01 November 2007
AP - With the worst of the wildfires dying down, many Southern Californians lucky enough to find their homes still standing could nevertheless face hardships for weeks to come, including polluted air, ... read more >>
Former Lynwood City Council Members Poised for Re-election Bid
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 01 November 2007
Four City Council members who were recently recalled are getting ready to run to recapture their old jobs. The election is set for November 6.Four former City Council members, including the former mayor ... read more >>
The 'BEST BUY' is Now in Compton
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 01 November 2007
The City of Compton, California continues on the move with the recent grand opening of BEST BUY, one of the nation’s largest electronics retail stores, at the Gateway Town Center just off of the ... read more >>
Pioneer Achievement Award Honors Media Giant Hughes
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 01 November 2007
The Brotherhood Crusade will honor Cathy Hughes, the founder andchairwoman of Radio/TV-One with the annual Walter Bremond Pioneer ofAfrican American Achievement award For almost four decades, the Brotherhood ... read more >>
NAACP Convenes in Manhattan Beach
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 25 October 2007
The NAACP California State Conference began it’s 20th annual convention today reviewing the past year’s activities and planning for the next, with delegates gathering at the Manhattan Beach ... read more >>
Justice Says Law Degree 'Worth 15 Cents'
Written by John Christoffersen 25 October 2007
AP - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has a 15-cent price tag stuck to his Yale law degree, blaming the school’s affirmative action policies in the 1970s for his difficulty finding a ... read more >>
City Council Calls for End of Iraq War
Written by City News Service 25 October 2007
CNS - The Los Angeles City Council has adopted a resolution calling for an end to the war in Iraq, making it the largest city in the nation to make such a call.“Today (Oct. 16) the city of Los ... read more >>
Mike Davis Delivers Jobs to the 48th District
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 25 October 2007
Delivering on a campaign promise to bring jobs to his constituents in the 48th Assembly District, California Assembly member Mike Davis recently hosted a job fair, along with Mothers In Action, the Los ... read more >>
SOS Tackles Juvenile Probation, Gang Intervention Strategies
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 25 October 2007
The regular, third Sunday of every month meeting of Save Our Sons (SOS) at Crenshaw United Methodist Church featured presentations this month by Tony Massengale, senior Los Angeles County Human Relations ... read more >>
Downtown Seniors and Families Threatened with Homelessness
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 25 October 2007
As the landscape of downtown Los Angeles is being transformed into a more expensive enclave of luxury apartments and condominiums, and deep-pocket land developers expand their real estate portfolios ... read more >>
New AFL-CIO Executive V.P. Baker Welcomed by Community Leaders at Sentinel
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 25 October 2007
Evan Barnes/Sentinel Photo WOMEN OF POWER: New AFL-CIO executive vice president Arlene Holt-Baker (center) stands with Assemblywoman Karen Bass (left) and Congresswoman Laura Richardson of ... read more >>
Muhammad Nassardeen Laid To Rest, Mother Passes
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 25 October 2007
At a beautiful service in the magnificent sanctuary of the Crenshaw Christian Center, the body of Muhammad Nassardeen, the man who forever will be known for his positive, gentle, and business oriented ... read more >>
EXCLUSIVE: Meet Michelle Obama
Written by Christine Sabathia 25 October 2007
Empathy is just a small, seven-letter word but its significance is packed with such a strong influence that it could change an entire country, at least that’s the message the potential First (Black) ... read more >>
Community Helps Compton Teacher Replace Fire-Damaged Books
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 18 October 2007
When fifth-grade teacher Jacquie Hundley’s garage caught fire recently, she was distraught over the loss of 400 books she had stored there for students at Anderson Elementary School. “I ... read more >>
Police Chief Seabrooks Brings Historical Leadership to Inglewood
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 18 October 2007
It has been less than one month since Jacqueline Seabrooks assumed her new position as Chief of the City of Inglewood Police Department (IPD) and already she has made history as the first Black and first ... read more >>
Felix Sign Denied Historical Status
Written by Alice Walton 18 October 2007
  CNS - The Felix Chevrolet showroom and neon roof sign in downtown Los Angeles may be local landmarks, but the Los Angeles City Council has declined to designate the site as a historic ... read more >>
Death Penalty Opponents Gather Outside District Courthouse
Written by Super User 18 October 2007
(LA Sentinel Photo) Aqeela SherrillsTwo years ago, when Aqeela Sherrills’ oldest son Terrell was murdered in Ladera Heights, it would have been easy to want his son’s killer on Death Row.But instead ... read more >>
The Passing of an Icon
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 18 October 2007
– Sentinel File Photo This picture was taken on October 8, 2007 of Carl Dickerson (left), Sentinel President Danny J. Bakewell, Jr. (center), and Muhammad Nassardeen at Rev. Jesse ... read more >>
More Than 75,000 Celebrate Black Community Black Power and Love at "Taste of Soul"
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 18 October 2007
The innocence of a child recognizing the symbols of McDonalds, religions of Christianity merging with that of Islam, smoke scents of spicy barbeque clashing with that of healthy vegan foods, the bellowing ... read more >>
Worldly Flavors Featured at Taste of Soul
Written by Christine Sabathia 11 October 2007
A Taste of JamaicaAntoniette Gray and Delorse Dyer are bringing a mouth-watering taste of Jamaica’s flavorful dishes down to Crenshaw Blvd. when they set up their Wi Jammin Caribbean Restaurant ... read more >>

 

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