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Dr. Gerald Higginbotham’s Life Mission is Spelled FREEDOM

Black History Month is an excellent time to focus on some of the good that God is doing in our city, our surrounding geographical areas, nation states, on the continent of Africa, in Bermuda and around the globe, through the visionary leadership of Dr. Gerald A. Higginbotham.

Providing A Pathway for Next Generation of Black Pilots

Robert Sausedo, president of the South L.A. nonprofit organization Community Build, Inc., directs over a dozen programs that provide assistance and support services for youth and young adults.  Willie Daniels is the president of Shades of Blue, a nonprofit organization that trains youth for careers in aviation.  Together, the two expanded Shades of Blue’s reach and number of aviation workshops.

‘Ride the Wave’ Business Seminars Continue

Entrepreneur Educational Center, Inc. hosted the second in a series of three “Ride the Wave” Business Seminars featuring AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles at East Dominguez Park in Compton.

Black Men’s History Month Salutes –  Moon Meets Today’s Challenges by Building for Tomorrow 

Difficult or complicated projects are no match for engineering firm owner Elvin W. Moon because his company’s motto is “meeting today’s challenges by building for tomorrow.” As the owner of E.W. Moon Inc., he leads a team of professionals in designing and constructing a range of multifaceted jobs in both the private and public sectors  

Leftwich Transforms Lives in South L.A. and Africa

Ministry begins at home, and although Phyllis Leftwich has been instrumental in changing the lives of the people on various levels on the continent of Africa for nearly 20 years; she and her local team here in Los Angeles, have been feeding the hungry, providing housing, personal hygiene items, and much here at home too.

Violence Towards Black Females Continues

Death is tragic, but when it is someone you know it is even more devastating. I along with many others are still in shock after hearing about the senseless murder of Michelle Avan.  This shining light and rising star was murdered.

Tuskegee Airmen Charles McGee Turns 101

Brigadier General Charles Edward McGee, one of the last living Tuskegee Airmen, turns 101-year-old, where he celebrated in Bethesda Maryland, waving the American flag as well-wishers drove by while some celebrated, cheering from a distance.  The event even had a surprise fly-over of a P-51 aircraft, the same plane he flew in the war.