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Mother Still Grieves, Police Still Search Nine Months after Slaying of Local Rapper 
June 14, 2018
The mother of a 34-year-old rapper who was slain in Los Angeles seven months ago, is still grieving, she said, even as two suspects have been arrested and subsequently released. ... read more »
Legislation Aimed at Speedy Completion of Clippers Arena 
June 14, 2018
Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager Dove (D- Los Angeles) along with Inglewood city officials and private business owners held a press conference on the future Clippers Arena site, to garner community-wide support for a bill aimed at ensuring the project meets environmental standards while maintaining “vital” community interests. ... read more »
Organization Aims to Set up Stem Cell Research Facilities Across Entire U.S.  
June 14, 2018
Members of the Global Institute of Stem Cell Therapy and Research (GIOSTAR), held a webinar this month, featuring one of the lead scientists in stem cell research and the organization’s Co-Founder Dr. Anand Srivastava, as part of an ongoing effort to spread the word about GIOSTAR’s Pixel for Cure campaign aimed at setting up 50 non-profit stem cell centers across the country. ... read more »
Reverend Kelvin Sauls Takes Ministry Beyond Holman 
June 7, 2018
Reverend Kelvin Sauls of Holman United Methodist Church in Los Angeles, recently announced that he would transition now, from inside the church’s four walls to share his ministry with the community at large.  ... read more »
Democrats Choose Newsom 
June 7, 2018
Leutinant Governor Gavin Newsom came out the front runner this week in the primary race for California’s next governor and Republican John Cox followed close behind, sending both to the general election in November. ... read more »
‘I Got Bank’ Book Giveaway and Essay/ Art Contest Comes to Los Angeles 
May 31, 2018
One United Bank owner Teri Williams will be in Los Angeles Saturday, June 2, for the institution’s eighth annual “I Got Bank” book giveaway, an event aimed at getting children of color on the road to financial literacy and health.  ... read more »
Villaraigosa: Leadership Calif. Can Trust
May 31, 2018
“As Californians, we have to grow together,” said former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa who is now a heavyweight contender in a packed race toward the June 5 primaries for California’s next governor. ... read more »
Support Grows for Watts Towers Art Center Director 
May 24, 2018
Community leaders and residents have come out recently in support of Watts Towers Art Center Director Rosie Lee Hooks, who was suspended last month for commissioning a mural of jazz great Charles Mingus on the youth art center named for him ten years ago. ... read more »
California Health Department Launches Anti Flavor Tobacco Campaign 
May 3, 2018
Officials want to educate parents on the dangers of flavored products and the ease at which kids can get them.  ... read more »
Ben Crump Takes on Saraland Case 
May 3, 2018
National Civil Rights attorney, Ben Crump, during a press conference on Wednesday, April 25, said that a young African American woman arrested at a Waffle House in Saraland, Alabama was “assaulted,” “choked” and “brutalized by police.” ... read more »
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 »
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