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December 7, 2013 - Los Angeles Sentinel
December 7, 2013
With starling come from behind victory over top seeded Narbonne, Crenshaw rallied from 13 points down to capture the Los Angeles City Section Div. I football championship 20-13 on Friday at East Los Angeles College.  ... read more »
R. Kelly Honors Nelson Mandela with ‘Soldier’s Heart’
December 7, 2013
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Arsenio Hall & R. Kelly Pay Tribute to Nelson Mandela
December 7, 2013
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Politics is something in their blood
November 7, 2013
Politics is something in their blood. LA City Council President Herb Wesson and his son and legislative deputy, Justin Wesson attended a recent campaign event honoring Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, ... read more »
Subtle Racism Damages Health
November 7, 2013
Patrice Yursik, writer and founder of award-winning blog, Afrobella, does not appreciate common microaggression (Photo courtesy of Patrice Grell Yursik/Afrobella.com). “My office says my name, Rachel, ... read more »
Let’s Move! Inspires Fitness and Fun in South Los Angeles
November 7, 2013
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science hosts 3k and 5k Run/Walk and health fair for the whole family On Saturday October 26, Charles R. ... read more »
Families enroll in Obamacare during Mitchell Workshop
November 7, 2013
Diverse crowd gathers to hear about Obamacare benefits Covered CA’s Peter Lee promises South L.A. crowd benefits & website that work Bringing in Covered California Executive Director, ... read more »
Sharpton demands profiling guarantee from Macy’s
November 7, 2013
The Rev. Al Sharpton leaves Macy’s flagship store, in New York, after a meeting with the CEO of Macy’s to talk about racial profiling, Monday, Nov. ... read more »
Unemployment for Black Women at 4-Year Low
November 7, 2013
National Urban League’s Valerie R. Wilson says Black women are still stuck in low-paying jobs. As job prospects for Whites and Black men have slowed or stalled completely, ... read more »
A Second Chance For Military Veterans
November 7, 2013
Gregory Scott has a calling. As CEO of the New Directions for Veterans his calling is making a difference in other people’s lives. From his office in building #116, ... read more »
NFL Hazing Blurs Racial Lines
November 7, 2013
Black player leaves Dolphins after abuse By all accounts, Miami Dolphins second year lineman Jonathan Martin was the total opposite of teammate Richie Incognito, who the Dolphins suspended this week indefinitely because of racially charged allegations. ... read more »
Former Sentinel Editor Ron Dungee Dies
November 7, 2013
His broadcast journalism career spanned 30 years. The often quiet albeit very much respected veteran broadcast-journalist who spent 13 years as Managing Editor and Sports Editor of the Los Angeles Sentinel, ... read more »
R.S. Cooper & Associates
November 7, 2013
Contest winner, Surdalyer Brown with relative (left), pose with their brand new flat screen television along with Ron Cooper (right) of R.S. Cooper & Associates. Photo By Brian W. ... read more »
Shop Around in Your Own Neighborhood at New Style Web
November 7, 2013
Kerry Mewsome, owner of clothing boutique New Style Web is making sure fashion lives in the community. New Style Web clothing boutique offers the styles you’ll find in popular shopping malls and centers. ... read more »

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