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Ivie, McNeill & Wyatt defeat $10M suit against County Coroner 
April 12, 2018
A Federal jury recently denied a woman monetary compensation in L.A. County, where she attempted to sue the coroner for falsely deeming her husband’s death a homicide and subsequently suggesting she was responsible. L.A based legal team Ivie, McNeill and Wyatt represented the coroner, Yulai Wang, helping him to avoid a $10 million pay out to the plaintiff, Lois Goodman, a professional tennis umpire. ... read more »
Kamlager Elected to Replace Ridley-Thomas in 54th District 
April 5, 2018
Kamlager’s career began at the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) in Venice, CA, where she programmed public art programs in each of the city council districts throughout Los Angeles. In 2002, she became the director of External Affairs at Crystal Stairs. She was responsible for the agency’s legislative, advocacy and public policy agendas as well as for its parent and provider advocate program, Community Voices. While at Crystal Stairs, she trained and mobilized community advocates, fought against state budget cuts to child care and helped raise the local profile of the organization and child care’s contribution to the local economy. ... read more »
50 Years Later: The Country Reflects on King’s Assassination 
April 5, 2018
Fifty years ago, on April 4, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on the balcony of Memphis’ Lorraine Hotel and this Wednesday’s anniversary was a time for the nation to reflect on the Civil Rights leader’s ideology. ... read more »
‘March For Our Lives’ Unites Youth Across Nation To Protest Gun Violence 
March 29, 2018
Senator Kamala Harris Unites with Los Angeles Youth In Historic March      ... read more »
Sentinel Endorsement: Sydney Kamlager, Our choice for 54th Assembly  
March 22, 2018
Kamlager Lists Healthcare, Education among Campaign Priorities   ... read more »
 NABJ-LA Welcomes LA Sentinel Reporter, Kimberlee Buck as Its New Secretary  
March 15, 2018
The National Association of Black Journalists’ Los Angeles (NABJ-LA) chapter recently announced that Sentinel reporter Kimberlee Buck was appointed to the board and will be acting as secretary. ... read more »
Forum Owners Move Forward with Lawsuit Against Inglewood, Mayor Butts 
March 8, 2018
The Madison Square Garden Company, owner of The Forum in Inglewood, filed a lawsuit March 5,  against the city and its mayor James Butts for “violating the city’s contractual commitments in order to clear the way for a new Clippers arena in Inglewood, just down the street from The Forum” and, “defrauding The Forum”  respectively.   ... read more »
Black Men in White Coats Campaign Aimed at Increasing Diversity in Medicine
March 1, 2018
Black Men in White Coats is aimed at increasing the number of Black males who pursue careers as doctors ... read more »
Banking Black in America 
February 22, 2018
In 1865, Freedman’s Bank began the history of African-American banking in America and its principle of keeping money among its patrons continues to be relevant to financial health in the Black community today.  ... read more »
Los Angeles Among Over 50 Counties Poised for Rural Internet
February 21, 2018
Los Angeles is among the over 50 counties that are on track to receive high-speed internet for their rural areas in the near future. ... read more »
Sentinel Black History Month Series: Finance in the African American Community
February 15, 2018
Five Personal Finance Books to Read During Black History Month ... read more »
Trump’s First State of the Union Less than Impressive for Dems 
February 1, 2018
United States President Donald Trump gave his first State of the Union Address Tuesday, January 30, during which he touted his administration’s various accomplishments, but less than half of the citizens watching and listening were impressed, according to a CNN poll. Many believed his bullet points about bi partisanship, the economy, unemployment, healthcare, tax and immigration reforms were merely rhetoric and did not paint a truthful picture of the administration’s agenda.  ... read more »
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck To Retire, Black Community Share Mixed Views on His Legacy
January 25, 2018
Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck has announced his retirement set for this spring and though mixed feelings surround the announcement, Beck said it has been an honor to serve.   ... read more »
HUD Grants the Nation $2 Billion to Address Homelessness
January 18, 2018
Los Angeles gets over $100 Million ... read more »
Family Still Seeking Justice for Young Man Killed in Greece 
January 18, 2018
The family of 22-year-old Bakari Henderson of Texas, is still looking for answers, members said, in the brutal beating that took his life last summer while he was working abroad in Greece.  ... read more »
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