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Charisse Bremond-Weaver Honored

Charisse Bremond-Weaver receiving her award at half-time   Charisse Bremond-Weaver Honored   As the distinguished young alumna of 2009, Charisse Bremond-Weaver was serenaded throughout the homecoming weekend at her alma mater, Utah State University.   By Yussuf J. Simmonds Sentinel Managing Editor   It was a fantastic weekend for Charisse Bremond-Weaver! The Utah State University (USU) at Logan recognized her in a big way as its 2009 Distinguished Young Alumna of the year and they showered her with all the accoutrements that went along with that recognition. Having graduated from in 1987, she is the first African American woman to

Clarence Avant – ‘The Godfather of Black Music’ – Passes Away at 92

Clarence Avant, lovingly known as “The Black Godfather,” was called home to rest on August 13, at the age of 92. One of Black music’s most extraordinary executives, Avant was renowned for his business acumen, industry expertise, philanthropist efforts and social justice advocacy. 

Dodgers Foundation Hosts Juneteenth Circle For The Brotherhood Crusade

Prior to their Black Heritage Night game on June 14, the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) hosted the Brotherhood Crusade for a Juneteenth circle discussion. The youth of the Brotherhood Crusade were able to network with the Dodgers Black Action Network and converse about their personal experiences.

Women Overwhelmingly Support Heather Hutt as CD 10 Councilmember 

Councilmember Heather Hutt is receiving the most grassroots support to be Council District 10 representative.  She is the first woman to represent CD 10, the only Black woman on the current City Council and only the third Black woman to serve on the Council in the history of the city.