As the winner of every battle and knockout round of challenges and finally making it to the last round of playoffs where America gets involved in the judging, the new LA resident could take the title. ... read more »
Los Angeles Southwest College’s student equity, Alumni Association and Student Services hosted a conference last weekend, as a part of their Black History month programming focused on mentoring and developing skills in the African American and Latin American young male. ... read more »
The Abbott Kinney Library on Venice Boulevard in Venice Beach hosted a revival of sorts, during its Black History Month programming; the gathering was part rally, part sermon, part Black history lesson on the forgotten people of Venice Beach, California. ... read more »
As a part of City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson’s celebration of African American Heritage month series of public programming, City Hall recognized Historical Black College & Universities (HBCU) Day with a reception and council presentation for HBCU Alumnae Alisa Orduna and Karim Webb. ... read more »
In the documentary, we follow Bradley as he uses previous "Coalition-building campaign strategies" used before by other campaigns (of civil rights, Mayor Sam Yorty) before him to succeed.
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Beloved comedian and activist, Dick Gregory, has left a gaping hole in the African American diaspora since his death just a few months ago. Brought together to honor his work and to recognize the activism work being done in the Los Angeles community, The Wallis Center for Performing Arts hosted a powerful conversation. ... read more »