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Unapologetically Fighting for Black Student Success // No. 3
July 15, 2021
Calling on Alumni to Hold Colleges and Universities Accountable for the Success of Black Students ... read more »
CAN A BLACK MAN EVER BE ELECTED LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF?
July 15, 2021
The question before us is can a Black man ... from Compton and South Los Angeles win an election as Sheriff in Los Angeles County? ... read more »
The Insurrection and the Lost Cause
July 10, 2021
A violent insurrection engulfed the U.S. Capitol just six months ago. One United States Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died and other Capitol police are still healing. Investigators are still going through video and social media documenting the attempt to disrupt congressional affirmation of President Joe Biden’s victory. ... read more »
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Juxtaposing Juneteenth and July Fourth: Emancipation, Independence and Democracy Claims
July 8, 2021
Seba Malcolm said it, we saw it and history has proved it. Indeed, he taught that “of all our studies, history is best qualified to reward our research.” Likewise, Dr. W. E. B. DuBois stated that “We can only understand the present by continually referring to and studying the past.” ... read more »
Fighting for Freedom, One Person at a Time
July 8, 2021
Now that the Fourth of July is over and we have all been reminded of what Frederick Douglas said and did, the cookouts are behind us, ... read more »
Unapologetically Fighting for Black Student Success // No. 2
July 8, 2021
Using Data and Research to Ensure the Success and Retention of Black Students ... read more »
President Biden Signs Bipartisan Bill to Curb Predatory Lending
July 8, 2021
In recent years, consumer finance protections withered through a series of harsh attacks that either outright rejected or significantly diminished financial guard rails in the marketplace. ... read more »
Tim McOsker Should be the Next Councilman for Council District 15
July 8, 2021
The current city councilman is Joe Busciano, who has now focused his sites on running for Mayor of Los Angeles in 2022. Busciano’s decision of not seeking reelection has now created an opening for whomever is interested. With the race over a year away, one man who has decided that he does want the job is Tim McOsker. McOsker, who is an attorney by trade, has been a long-standing servant of both the district and the City of Los Angeles. ... read more »
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“Message To The Nations” “Your Mid-Term and Finals Coming Up” “The Fall Of The Tower in Siloam
July 8, 2021
During these times we see and hear of many different unexplainable events. This is not new. God is in charge and in control of all things, we need not be surprised that it is not within our grasp to explain God. He is not explainable. He is sovereign and eternal. ... read more »
Do You Really Know What You Want?
July 8, 2021
For the past 15 years I have had the privilege and pleasure of writing for the Los Angeles Sentinel, and it is always rewarding when someone shares with me how much they enjoyed or learned from one of my articles. ... read more »
The “Black RJ Policy Agenda” will turn racism upside down
July 1, 2021
Reproductive Justice was birthed by 12 Black women in 1994, as the U.S. contemplated universal health care without acknowledging or rectifying the health care system in place, which was — and continues to be — riddled with deadly racism. ... read more »
A Set Back Can Be a Good Position For a Come Back
July 1, 2021
One of our own was thrown in the deep end a few years ago but he refused to drown, and like a phoenix he is rising.  His name is Tavis Smiley.  Tavis was born in Mississippi, raised in Indiana, but calls Los Angeles his home.  ... read more »
“Business as Usual” Keeps the Majority of Black Students from Succeeding
July 1, 2021
Unapologetically Fighting for Black Student Success // No. 1 ... read more »
“In The Beginning, It Was Not So” “Walk In Love! “Run For Your Life” “Can Politics and Religion Be Married?”
July 1, 2021
Today we face many challenging situations and circumstances. Although, difficulties have always existed from the beginning featuring as headliners the deception of Eve and the disobedience of Adam. ... read more »
The Music and Magic of Blackness: The Centering and Sustaining Beauty of Soul
July 1, 2021
It is good to sing and celebrate ourselves, to dance in honor of the divine spark and specialness within each of us, and to rejoice in the midst of the sacred music we together make in the many ways we love and struggle to do and share good in the world. ... read more »
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