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Allen Crabbe Hosts Free Basketball Camp at Price High School
August 15, 2019
Atlanta Hawks forward Allen Crabbe III returned to Price High School to host a free two-day basketball camp for aspiring athletes in the South Los Angeles area. ... read more »
Youth Basketball Clinic Furthers Legacy of Late Prep Star
August 1, 2019
Local youth got a chance to learn basketball fundamentals in the #RyseUpNow Youth Basketball Clinic, the Ryse Williams Charitable Foundation created the event to further the legacy of a stand out athlete in which the foundation is named after. ... read more »
The L.A. Rams and Arsenal F.C. Unite to Host Multisport Clinic
July 25, 2019
The Los Angeles Rams collaborated with English Premier League team Arsenal Football Club to host the “FootbALL” clinic for the youth in Inglewood. The youth clinic meshed drills from both soccer and football, taking place on two fields at Edward Vincent Park. ... read more »
Rescuing Black Males: Rhetoric vs. Reality
March 7, 2019
Despite added focus on Black males in recent years, fundamentally, their plight is unchanged and they remain largely a rhetorical priority. Seemingly endless research and publicly proclaimed concern, few, if any, sustainable programs specifically intended and/or designed to benefit Black males exist. ... read more »
A New Generation of Freedom Fighters: Black Youth Are Taking Up the Mantle of Leadership in America
August 2, 2018
Without being given much direction, Black youth have seemingly taken matters into their own hands, relative to their future here in America, by strategizing, organizing and mobilizing. ... read more »
Sheila Mitchell, Working to Bring L.A.’s Youth out of Incarceration  
April 5, 2018
Sheila Mitchell is a full time mother and criminal justice reformer working hard to reduce the number of incarcerated youth in the city of Los Angeles. As an L.A. County Chief Deputy Probation Officer, Mitchell has dedicated over 15 years to the juvenile justice system, fighting for the lives of young men and women.   ... read more »
NAACP Focuses on Millennials for Future Growth
August 10, 2017
As Derrick Johnson assumes the role of interim president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), leaders of the nation’s oldest Black civil rights organization say that young people must come first. ... read more »
Tommy The Clown explains how he conquers challenges
July 24, 2017
Through his faith in Christianity, Tommy The Clown braved various situations, using his talents to help the youth in Los Angeles and allow them to display their talents on the global stage. ... read more / watch video »
Youth ‘N Motion Academy Host Second Annual Karate Tournament
October 13, 2016
On October 23, the Academy will be hosting The Los Angeles Classic Martial Arts Championship tournament at Dorsey High School. ... read more »
Black Girls and Sex Trafficking in Los Angeles!
September 8, 2016
Why should this matter to you? Sex trafficking is sexual slavery and disproportionately affects young Black girls in America. Family members, acquaintances, pimps, employers, smugglers, and strangers traffic children. ... read more »
Black youth still overrepresented in Shelby justice system
April 13, 2016
Discrimination against African-American children, unsafe conditions of confinement and lack of due process among issues ... read more »
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