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December 6, 2014 - Los Angeles Sentinel
The Vintage Heart of Lydia Rene
December 6, 2014
The soulful and grooving sounds of Lydia Rene could best be described as classic feel good music. Listen­ing to the R&B/Neosoul songstress, you’ll quick­ly catch yourself head bopping to the familiar sounds that hence at the vibes of artists like Jill Scott, ... read more / watch video »
Braving The Flames Of Racism
November 6, 2014
Despite racism and segregation, Hartsfield made up his mind that he would become a firefighter blazing a path for future African American firefighters Artis Lane (L) , ... read more »
Berklee City Music Network Conference “Youth Power-Up Day”
November 6, 2014
“Boston student Joshua Sutherland (keyboard) performs with Kevin Eubanks, former leader of The Tonight Show band, in a jam session at Youth Power-Up Day at Grand Performances, ... read more »
19th Anniversary of Million Man March
November 6, 2014
Unite and be free, Farrakhan tells Jamaica and the Caribbean during 19th Anniversary of the Million March message in Kingston The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan was in good spirit as he delivered a message of unity to thousands who filled the National Arena, ... read more »
Tasting a “Taste of Soul”
November 6, 2014
Black Americans are blessed, not cursed. I say that because it is true and verifiable. As a people we are blessed with intellectual genius, creativity, ingenuity and a vast multitalented reservoir of human resources, ... read more »
Race and Opportunity in Detroit Part I
November 6, 2014
Editor’s note: This article is part of a series that looks at the racial imbalance and inequity in the foundation funding to Detroit residents. “Detroit’s revitalization is completely one-sided. ... read more »
Obama vows to ‘get the job done’ with Republicans
November 6, 2014
One day after sweeping Republican election gains, President Barack Obama and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell pledged to try to turn divided government into a force for good rather than gridlock on Wednesday after the November 4 elections, ... read more »
Wendy Gladney Dean
November 6, 2014
I am a firm believer that all of us have a purpose in life.  The essence of pretty much everything I do centers around helping other people figure out what their mission (purpose) in life is all about.  ... read more »
Blacks “Unbank” at Higher Rates than Whites
November 6, 2014
When it comes to cashing checks and other financial transactions, Blacks are “unbanked” at much higher rates than Whites, according to a new report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). ... read more »
BET Keeps The Laughs Coming Cast members discussed season three’s new celebrity faces and comedic punch lines
November 6, 2014
Season three of BET’s sitcom “Real Hus­bands of Hollywood” is well on its way and the show ratings continue to make it one of the most popular shows on BET. ... read more »
Eating to Live
November 6, 2014
The greatest population growth in the United States is people over the age 90. Currently, medical research is focusing on this population to try to determine what factors cause people 90 years old and greater to live so long. ... read more »
Used-car GPS helps police find abducted woman
November 6, 2014
Family members surround Keisha Gaither, second from left, mother of kidnapping victim Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, as they celebrate following a news conference in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Nov. ... read more »
Online Colleges Flunk Common Sense
November 6, 2014
The most common model of college attendance is that a young person who graduates from high school and heads directly to college, perhaps taking a year off in between to work, ... read more »
Gugu the Ingenue
November 6, 2014
Gugu Mabatha-Raw Gugu Mbatha- Rawskyrocketed to fame earlier this year on the strength of her inspired performance as the title character in Belle, a biopic about a biracial slave girl who was brought by her white father to England where she was raised in the lap of luxury by aristocratic relatives. ... read more »
Child Watch The Monster of Poverty
November 6, 2014
Each year at Halloween, our neighborhoods are bustling as children go door to door dressed as zombies, vampires, skeletons or something else fantastic and scary. For many children Halloween is the rare occasion to indulge in a fun time of ghost stories and goblins and trick or treats. ... read more »

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