Monday, March 19, 2018
Women’s History Month: Black Women In Comics
March 15, 2018
During this Women’s History Month, we take a look at Black women who are contributing to the comic book industry. Whether showcasing black characters as super heroes and adventurers or opening the door to fantasy from a Black LGBTQ perspective, these women are changing the face of comics. ... read more »
15 Past and Modern Day Female Activists of Our Time 
March 1, 2018
Since the beginning of its inception, women have dedicated their lives to shaping and transforming America into the country we see today. This week, we kick-off the celebration of Women’s History Month by paying homage to a few women of color, who have rallied for change both locally and nationally.  ... read more »
Athlete Activists: Sports Figures Who Spoke Up for the Masses
February 22, 2018
These athletes rallied for the masses in order to enforce equality ... read more »
Our Authors Study Club Celebrates 73 Years of African American History  
February 22, 2018
 The Los Angeles Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Inc., better known in Los Angeles as Our Authors Study Club, Inc. (OASC), celebrated 73 years of African American History on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at the Marina Del Rey Marriott Hotel in Marina del Rey, California.  ... read more »
Harris Introduces Resolution to Honor Buffalo Soldiers
February 22, 2018
Following the conclusion of the Civil War, the United States Army allowed African-Americans to serve in segregated units. Two of these units, the 9th and 10th Horse Cavalry, produced the “Buffalo Soldiers.” ... read more »
History of Black Journalists Association of Southern California
February 22, 2018
NABJ-LA continues to be strong and vibrant as it strives to keep pace with today’s fast changing media landscape. ... read more »
African American’s Contribution to the City of Venice 
February 22, 2018
The Abbott Kinney Library on Venice Boulevard in Venice Beach hosted a revival of sorts, during its Black History Month programming; the gathering was part rally, part sermon, part Black history lesson on the forgotten people of Venice Beach, California.   ... read more »
California Legislative Black Caucus Remembers the First Black Lawmaker
February 22, 2018
California Legislative Black Caucus Remembers the First Black Lawmaker ... read more »
The Myths and Mis-Histories of the Civil Rights Movement Revealed 
February 22, 2018
As the celebration of Black History Month continues, we take a look at both past and present day leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. While no one can deny the pivotal role Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King and many others played in African American history, unfortunately, alternative information has been used to hide the complete truth of our heroes and heroines.   ... read more »
How Perry Wallace Integrated the SEC
February 15, 2018
Players like Vanderbilt standout Perry Wallace had to triumph over arduous racism while being the first African American to play in the Southeastern Conference. ... read more »
Sentinel Black History Month Series: Finance in the African American Community
February 15, 2018
Five Personal Finance Books to Read During Black History Month ... read more »
The Harlem Globetrotters Showcases Black Girl Magic
February 8, 2018
16 women’s basketball players have joined the Harlem Globetrotters, enforcing girl power from country to country. ... read more »
Write in America: Los Angeles Sentinel & Black Media Professionals Honored During African American Heritage Month  
February 8, 2018
Throughout history, it has been the Black photographers, videographers, on camera and radio personalities, the digital media, print publications and so many more who have reintroduced the Constitutional meaning of freedom of the press and freedom of speech.    ... read more »
Black History Month – Thomas A. Dorsey
February 7, 2018
A Moment in African American Faith History – Thomas A. Dorsey Thomas A. Dorsey, widely considered as “The Father of Black Gospel Music,” was born in Villa Rica, ... read more »
Activist Ministers Empowered By Faith, Battled Racism in U.S.
January 31, 2018
            February is African American Heritage Month   Bishop Richard Allen, the founder and first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, was also a successful businessman, ... read more »


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