Honoring the Revolution in Watts

On August 11, the uprisings that took place in 1965 are still felt today. The “Watts Rebellion,” marched to a familiar tune of racial injustice. The tip of the iceberg that had a titanic effect on the local community, was fueled by a police act.

L.A. Metro CEO Phillip Washington To Step Down In May

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority CEO Phillip A. Washington is stepping down after six years at the helm of the transit agency, it was announced today. Washington informed the Metro board, headed by Mayor Eric Garcetti, that he does not plan to seek a new contract or extend his current contract, which expires in May.

Panthers Safety Eric Reid Returns to NFL in Victory Over Giants

After nine months of unemployment, free agent safety Eric Reid played his first game as a Carolina Panther on Sunday. Reid has been one of Colin Kaepernick’s strongest supporters when he started the national anthem protests in 2016. The safety knelt with Kaepernick and continue to kneel after the activist quarterback left the San Francisco 49ers. “I know that he said that he wouldn’t protest, it should not have mattered,” analyst Stephen A. Smith said. “This is not an individual that should have been pushed out of the league and denied an opportunity to work.” During the Panthers game against

Chargers sign Okung

A former Pro Bowl standout and Super Bowl champion, Okung played his first six seasons with the Seattle Seahawks before suiting up for the Denver Broncos in 2016.

Los Angeles Lakers re-sign forward Metta World Peace

The Los Angeles Lakers are giving Metta World Peace another chance. The veteran forward re-signed with Los Angeles on Thursday September 24, agreeing to a one-year deal to resume his NBA career. He won a championship ring with the Lakers in 2010 when he was still known as Ron Artest, starting all 23 postseason games in the highlight of his four-year tenure in Los Angeles. Although his play appeared to decline sharply before Los Angeles released him through the amnesty clause in July 2013, his steadfast friendship with Kobe Bryant and his ability to mentor the Lakers’ talented young core