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Long Beach State University’s Sistahs-On-Campus Celebrates Women’s History Month
March 15, 2018
The “Nevertheless she persisted…” exhibit featured photographic portraits and the inspirational quotes of honorees nominated ... read more »
‘Write In America Gallery’ Los Angeles African American Photo Art on Exhibit, LA City Hall, ends 3/20
Write In America Gallery’ Los Angeles African American Photo Art on Exhibit, LA City Hall, ends 3/20 ... read more / view event »
For the First-Time Ever, an African-American is CHP’s Top Cop
March 1, 2018
Governor Jerry Brown swore in Warren Stanley, a CHP officer of over three decades, as the California law enforcement agency’s commissioner during a Feb. 26 ceremony at the State Capitol in Sacramento. ... read more »
Memorial Set for Doris Davis, Compton’s First Black Female Mayor
March 1, 2018
Memorial Set for Doris Davis, Compton’s First Black Female Mayor ... 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 History of Black Television
February 8, 2018
This week the Los Angeles Sentinel celebrates Black History month and Black culture by taking a look back at the evolution of African American television and sitcoms. ... read more »
Dialoging with DuBois on History: Preserving Memory, Maintaining Culture
February 8, 2018
Dialoging with DuBois on History: Preserving Memory, Maintaining Culture ... read more »
‘Behind the Movement’: Rosa Parks Film Sheds Light on Her Legacy of Activism
February 8, 2018
Thankfully, we can call upon the new TV One film “Behind the Movement” to broaden our understanding of Parks’ world-renowned impact. ... read more »
NASA Celebrates Legacy of First Black American Astronaut
December 21, 2017
Earlier this year, the Chicago Crusader reported about the lack of visibility of NASA’s first Black American astronaut and helped to raise awareness about Lawrence’s incredible journey. ... read more »
Online Search Engine Brings Black History to Light
November 2, 2017
An online search engine birthed by a small team of researchers at the University of Minnesota connects students, artists, scholars, educators, and the general public to the great history of Blacks in America. ... read more »
Dick Gregory Dies at 84
August 21, 2017
Legendary civil rights activist and comedian Dick Gregory died on Saturday. He was 84. ... read more »
Behind the Lens With the First Black Female Director of White House Photography
May 2, 2017
You may not know her name, but her photography skills earned her a Place in history. NewsVision reporter Daesha Smith goes behind the lens with the first black women to serve as the director of White house photography. ... read more / watch video »
(Part 7) DA Jackie Lacey speaks on family and up bringing
March 23, 2017
"My dad, he loved talking about history," -DA Jackie Lacey ... read more / watch video »
Black Female Inventors and Scientist  
March 1, 2017
This week in Women’s History Month, we focus on the great accomplishments Black female inventors and scientists have contributed to the world.   ... read more »
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