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December 20, 2014 - Los Angeles Sentinel
’Tis the Season for Holiday Safety Messages
December 20, 2014
SCE recently partnered with the city of Inglewood to declare a ‘Holiday Electrical Safety Day. “Five-four-three-two-one!” the crowd cheered as a four-story tall Christmas tree was lit up at the city of Inglewood’s first Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony at The Forum. ... read more »
LADWP Makes Dust Control Pact with Owens Valley Air Quality Agency
November 20, 2014
This astronaut photograph highlights the mostly dry bed of Owens Lake. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has reached an agreement with an air quality agency that ends years of litigation and allows the city to use less water to control dust swirling out of a dry lake bed in the Owens Valley (file photo)   The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has reached an agreement with an air quality agency that ends years of litigation and allows the city to use less water to control dust swirling out of a dry lake bed in the Owens Valley, ... read more »
Free Conference Aimed at Helping Black Families Succeed Financially
November 20, 2014
“No matter what theme we choose every year, our annual conference sheds light on our dynamic history,” says Layla Sewell, executive director of ATG. The Awaken the Greatness Foundation is hosting its second annual Black Family Conference on Saturday, ... read more »
Inglewood Hero Returns Home
November 20, 2014
Inglewood High School current basketball team members and administrators join Reggie Theus, second from right, at his recent tribute retiring his jersey at the school auditorium on Nov. ... read more »
New Generation Continues Annual Thanksgiving Feed at Ward Villa
November 20, 2014
A new generation of Mothers In Action will once again be providing sustenance and love during the 19th annual Thanksgiving feed at the Ward Villa Senior complex November 27.  ... read more »
Victim of LAPD Beating Files Federal Lawsuit
November 20, 2014
Clinton Alford Jr. was attacked on Oct. 16 Clinton Alford, Jr.’s attorney Caree Harper hopes the federal civil rights lawsuit she filed against Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck, ... read more »
Officials Seek Eyewitness in Ezell Ford Police Shooting
November 20, 2014
(L-R) Deputy Chief Earl Paysinger, Inspector General Alex A. Bustamante, L.A. City Councilman Curren Price, L.A. City Mayor Eric Garcetti, L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck and L.A. ... read more »
National Organization Seeks To Continue War On AIDS
November 20, 2014
Tony Wafford (center from left) with Inglewood city councilman Ralph Franklin, Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Inglewood Mayor James Butts  Columnist and activist, Tony Wafford sees an overwhelming need for the AAALI to continue educating communities in crisis. ... read more »
Nate Parker The veteran thespian discusses his new film Beyond The Lights and gives insight to his personal life
November 20, 2014
Nate Parker as Kaz in the Gina Prince-Bythewood film, Beyond The Lights (Courtesy Photo) Actor and human­itarian Nate Parker first received critical attention for his starring role in The Great Debaters opposite Denzel Washington and Forest Whitaker. ... read more »
Are Republicans Ready to Welcome Blacks?
November 20, 2014
Raynard Jackson  Since the Republicans takeover of Congress on Nov. 4, I have received numerous emails and phone calls from many of my friends who are Democrats indicating that they are ready to join the Republican Party. ... read more »
Midterm Election Lies and Consequences
November 20, 2014
One source of the widespread losses the Democratic Party suffered this month in the midterm elections can be traced to the Ebola crisis that began claiming numerous victims across the U.S. ... read more »
Democrats Did Not Invest Wisely in Black Candidates
November 20, 2014
A total of $172 million. That was the record amount the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) raised in 2013 and 2014. But that money was poorly spent, ... read more »
Blackonomics We Need a President of Black America
November 20, 2014
After the “Tuesday Evening Massacre” of  the Elephants over the Donkeys, in January 2009, I wrote an article that warned about our being complacent and resting on the mere fact that we had elected a Black president.  ... read more »
The Legacy of Marcus Garvey
November 20, 2014
Marcus Garvey   Dr. Ben Chavis  This year marks the 100 anniversary of the founding of the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey.  ... read more »
New Senate Majority Leader is Clueless
November 20, 2014
Rev. Jesse Jackson  In response to what he calls the president’s “war on coal,” Future Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell says, “I’m going to war with him.” For McConnell, ... read more »

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