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Serra Honors Legacy of Late Basketball Coach 
November 30, 2016
Serra High School basketball coach and dean of students Dwan Hurt passed away on Friday. Hurt was going into his 28th year of coaching the varsity boys basketball team and 30th year coaching at Serra. ... read more »
Shaun Brown Shines
November 23, 2016
There’s something special about Shaun Brown’s spirit that exudes #BlackBoyJoy, the new social media hashtag that recognizes men of color that personify happiness and optimism. With all puns intended, describing Brown as a hashtag is a great way to explain his role in the new CBS series, “The Great Indoors”. ... read more »
Just Weaves by Just Extensions
November 16, 2016
L.A.’s one and only Hair Extension Bar thrives in Inglewood ... read more »
White House launches HBCUs in L.A. Internship Program
November 9, 2016
The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities recently announced a partnership with The Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP) with the help of SAG-AFTRA to launch the HBCUs in L.A. Internship Program. The event was held at the SAG-AFTRA Plaza in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Kamala D. Harris: A Vote of a Lifetime
November 2, 2016
Kamala Harris, State Attorney General, is running for the California Senate seat to succeed Barbara L. Boxer ... read more »
Hall Continues Building Broad-Based Support For CD44 Despite Ongoing Racially-Charged Attacks
November 2, 2016
Senator Hall is the only candidate who has spent his entire life in the 44th District ... read more »
Does Measure M deliver for our community? In our opinion, the answer is a resounding yes.
October 28, 2016
Measure M is an opportunity to bring new resources, new jobs and new opportunities to our community. Without Measure M, the future is bleak with no real opportunity for growth. The Los Angeles County population is projected to increase by 2.3 million people. Voting yes on Measure M ensures that we will add transit, improve freeways and fix our local roads to ease the congestion they will cause. The alternative is 2.3 million people on our roads, freeways, buses and trains who will grind our transportation system to a halt because we did not take action when we had the chance. ... read more »
Steve Bradford: Humble, Effective and Our Choice for State Senate  
October 26, 2016
Recognizing that to earn the trust of voters today it’s going to take more than a handshake or kissing a baby while on the campaign trail to win in November, Bradford points to his history while in office. ... read more »
Local and National Artists Praise God at Taste of Soul Gospel Stage
October 20, 2016
Repeated shouts of “Hallelujah,” “praise God” and “Jesus saves” filled the intersection of King and Crenshaw Boulevards as local and national artists performed on the Brenda Marsh-Mitchell Gospel Stage at the 11th Annual Taste of Soul family festival. ... read more »
Artists Jazmine Sullivan, MAJOR and many more to rock Radio FREE 102.3 KJLH Music Stage
October 12, 2016
Since 2008, Radio Free 102.3 KJLH has been a media partner with the Taste of Soul Festival providing some of Hollywood’s hottest talent. ... read more »
 Many Hearts Keep Taste of Soul Alive 
October 5, 2016
From the sponsors to the community, Taste of Soul is cherished and loved.  ... read more »
USC Comes To Taste of Soul
September 22, 2016
The Trojans will be one of this year’s sponsors and USC is planning to show off a number of the programs that it offers and has been offering to the community for years. ... read more »
CSUDH President Willie J. Hagan: A Man on a Mission
September 21, 2016
Dr. Hagan is a man on a mission with a laser focus on providing educational opportunities for young minorities ... read more »
Rejecting the ‘New’ Kwanzaa Stamp Resisting Redefinition and Reductive Renditions
September 14, 2016
The appreciation and preservation of the integrity, beauty and expansive meaning of Kwanzaa are rooted in the hearts, minds and practice of African people. It is they who must and do uphold and defend its integrity, recognize and reaffirm its beauty and constantly seek to understand and share its expansive meaning. ... read more »
The Illustrious Legacy Of SOUL Newspaper  
September 7, 2016
From 1966 to 1982, Regina Jones and her former husband, Ken Jones published the premiere African American entertainment publication, SOUL Newspaper. ... read more »
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