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Life Lessons From Leah
March 30, 2017
At the youthful age of 94, culinary icon, Leah Chase is a bonafide living legend. Since she was a teenager, Chase has worked in the culinary industry and has used food as a catalyst for change in the realm of politics and philanthropy. As the head chef and co-owner of the internationally renown Dooky Chase restaurant in New Orleans, Leah Chase has fed the likes of Quincy Jones,Jesse Jackson, Thurgood Marshall, James Baldwin, Ray Charles, former President Barack Obama and many more. In an exclusive interview with the L.A. Sentinel, Chase, affectionately known as the “Queen of Creole Cuisine” dishes out advice on the importance of living a fearless, selfless life. ... read more »
California Black Leaders Speak out Against Trump’s Policies
March 30, 2017
Assemblymember Gipson introduces Resolution in Opposition to Federal Actions ... read more »
Burke Introduces Legislation to make Zero Emission Vehicles an everyday reality for all Californians
March 30, 2017
The Zero Emission Vehicle Greater Access Package will allow for a broader adoption of zero emission vehicles in California by improving affordability and accessibility ... read more »
Sen. Holly J. Mitchell named recipient of inaugural Willie L. Brown, Jr., award
March 30, 2017
Award marks 40th anniversary of California Association of Black Lawyers ... read more »
This Week in Women’s History 3.30.17
March 29, 2017
Although Women’s History Month is coming to an end, Black women’s contributions will continued to be celebrated throughout the year.   ... read more / view gallery »
Dr. Stacia and Ariana Pierce: Mother and Daughter Entrepreneur Duo Share Secrets to Success  
March 29, 2017
Recently, the L.A. Sentinel had the opportunity to speak with the dynamic mother and daughter entrepreneur duo Dr. Stacia and Ariana Pierce about their secrets to career boosting success, business start-up advice and their Ultimate Success Tour. ... read more »
Exclusive: West L.A. College President Dr. James Limbaugh goes one-on-one  
March 29, 2017
Dr. Limbaugh discusses his vision to lead West LA College and outreach to Black community   ... read more »
Missing D.C. Black Girls Spark National Outcry
March 29, 2017
A task force on missing youth, calls for a federal investigation, and town hall meetings are just part of the fallout that continues over reports of missing Black girls in Washington, D.C. ... read more »
Trumpcare Defeated but Political Leaders Warn against Complacency 
March 29, 2017
Political leaders and activists across the country are crediting the American people for the demise of Donald Trump’s repeal and replace Obamacare bill, but are calling on them to remain vigilant in the face of future GOP tactics. House speaker Paul Ryan pulled the bill, dubbed the American Healthcare Act, on Friday March 24, before a vote was cast, since not enough lawmakers were in support of it. ... read more »
March for Wakiesha Wilson 
March 29, 2017
Wakeisha Wilson’s mother Lisa Hines and family, Black Lives Matter, One United Bank, and others marked the one year anniversary of her death in police custody with a march, rally, and big announcements in Watts on March 27. ... read more »
The Offense and Defense of the Congressional Black Caucus with the Trump Administration 
March 29, 2017
While headlines continue to produce a lying Whitehouse, congressional unrest, and signs of alleged Trump/Russia collusion the Congressional Black Caucus finds its voice.  ... read more »
Local Hero Receives Mollie Bell Social Activism Award
March 29, 2017
Community activist Eddie Harris Jr. recently received the Mollie Bell Social Activist Award for his continuous work in helping ex offenders reenter society. Harris is proud of his achievement, as he should be, but not because people recognize him. It’s what the award represents, the sheer weight of it encompassing everything Harris had to go through to get here. ... read more »
Trump should form bipartisan coalition to get true reforms
March 29, 2017
  The decision of House Republicans to torpedo the American Health Care Act, their own leadership’s plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, is a stunning defeat for President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan. ... read more »
Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch Has Not Met the Civil Rights Standard To Earn Our Support
March 29, 2017
Of course, no serious discussion of Judge Gorsuch's confirmation can ignore the fact that his nomination was the result of an egregious dereliction of duty by the Senate, who refused to give President Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, the hearing he was due. The Senate's failure with regard to that nomination does not bode well for its ability to keep partisanship from tainting the process. ... read more »
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