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Los Angeles City Mayor Acknowledges the Murder of George Floyd
May 29, 2020
Protection is the number one priority, as Los Angeles glides into a new sense of reality. Before the mayor began his briefing on COVID-19, he acknowledged the murder of George Floyd. An African American man from Minnesota, killed by a Minneapolis Police Officer on May 25. The police officer was kneeling on Floyd’s neck with all of his weight, suffocating Floyd to death. ... read more »
Hypertension Study Based in African American Barbershops Honored
March 7, 2019
The clinical research forum names study led by the late Ronald G. Victor, MD, one of the year’s top clinical research achievements. ... read more »
Comedian Earthquake: The Power Behind Stand-Up Comedy
November 22, 2018
There aren’t many comedians who can bring you to tears like Earthquake. His straightforward comedy style has propelled him into sold out shows, movies, and various television shows.  His television presence continues to grow after appearing on CBS’s new hit comedy show “The Neighborhood” starring Cedric the Entertainer. The comedian spoke to the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper about his episode, the art of comedy, and why comedians are underrated.  ... read more »
Barbershop-based Healthcare Study Successfully Lowers High Blood Pressure in African-American Men
March 15, 2018
The study included 319 African-American men recruited from 52 barbershops in the Los Angeles area ... read more »
Madam CJ Walker: An American Legacy of Success, Love and, Prosperity
February 23, 2017
“I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations…. I have built my own factory on my own ground.” - Madam Walker
July 1912 ... read more »
McDonald’s and American Black Film Festival Return with National Video Competition for Rising Filmmakers
February 18, 2016
Back for its second year, McDonald's USA and the American Black Film Festival invite emerging filmmakers to enter McDonald's "My Community" Video Competition. Filmmakers are challenged to create one 90-second video that illustrates McDonald's 365Black mantra, "Deeply Rooted in Your Community." ... read more »
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