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SCAQMD Focuses on Environmental Justice at MLK Luncheon
January 23, 2020
The agency brought together community leaders, elected officials, young people and dedicated activists to honor King as well as focus on the collaborative efforts to improve air quality. ... read more »
Multi-talented Jean Bell Judis Still Blazing Trails at 76
January 23, 2020
The multi-talented model and actress, who made headlines in the 1960s and 1970s, continues to blaze trails as the Guinness World Record’s oldest competitive rope skipper. ... read more »
Vermont-Slauson EDC Helps Minority Businesses Move to Next Level
January 16, 2020
In operation for more than 30 years, VSEDC offers tools to aid both start-up ventures and established owners ... read more »
Cliff Hall, Sentinel Photographer and Car Designer, Passes Away
January 16, 2020
As a photographer, Cliff Hall had few equals. His artistic talents graced the pages of the Los Angeles Sentinel as he chronicled the news, social and entertainment life of the African American community in the 1950s and 1960s. Many Whites celebrities in Hollywood and Bel Air utilized his services as well. ... read more »
Johnson is Banking on South L.A.’s Success
January 9, 2020
As executive director of Community Development Banking for JPMorgan Chase, Malcolm A. Johnson leads the company’s initiatives to assist residents, businesses, schools and nonprofits. ... read more »
Kanye West Brings Sunday Service to DTLA’s Skid Row
January 2, 2020
Rapper partners with Union Rescue Mission and Faithful Central Bible Church to worship with homeless individuals ... read more »
Love for Christ Directs Music Career of The Zion Messengers
December 11, 2019
  God has blessed The Zion Messengers beyond measure and He shows no sign of ceasing. Preparing to release their third album, the group has yielded to God’s direction and significantly benefitted from all He’s enabled them to do. ... read more »
B of A’s Brown Balances Exec Career with Volunteer Service
December 5, 2019
Managing a reasonable work-life balance appears easier for Caroline Brown than it does for most people. The reason may be because she immensely enjoys her professional career and gains equal fulfillment through her volunteer activities. ... read more »
Wesson Remains Thankful Despite Family’s Personal Heartbreak
November 28, 2019
L.A. Council President shares pain of son’s battle with homelessness and addiction. ... read more »
Dimas-Peinado and Wellnest Address Emotional Health Needs in South L.A.
November 21, 2019
The 95-year-old agency offers an array of mental health resources for children, young adults and families. ... read more »
Burke Elected to Historic 13th Term as South Coast AQMD Chair
November 7, 2019
Accomplished businessman continues his remarkable dedication to public service ... read more »
Pat Harvey, Queen of Broadcast Journalism, Marks 30th Year of Reporting News in L.A.
October 31, 2019
Veteran television anchor reflects on memorable career and her love of giving back to the community ... read more »
10th District WSC Holds Health and Wellness Seminar
October 17, 2019
This program will also include free cardiovascular screenings and informational booths ... read more »
‘Suppressed: The Fight to Vote’ Premieres at FAME
October 10, 2019
The Brave New Films documentary, which made its Los Angeles premiere at First AME Church of Los Angeles on Oct. 3, provides a stark review of voter suppression and disenfranchisement tactics used in Georgia’s 2018 election. ... read more »
Black Political Cartoonist Heightens Awareness of Current Events
October 10, 2019
The Sentinel’s award-winning artist uses drawings to motivate and inspire the Black community ... read more / view cartoon »
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