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‘Color Him Father,’ A New Narrative on Black Fatherhood and Grief in America
July 18, 2019
In 2019, Drake published his first book, “Color Him Father” as a resource for Black grieving fathers. The title of the book was inspired by the song “Color Him Father” by the 60s musical group, The Winstons. ... read more »
Local Watts Teacher Receives Kinecta Teaching Grant
July 11, 2019
Each year, Kinecta Federal Credit Union hosts its Youth Scholarships and Teaching Grants for Growth program to provide financial support for students seeking higher education and to assist teachers with classroom instruction and projects. ... read more »
Singer Jhala Angelique Talks Life After StarQuest 4 Kids Singing Competition
June 13, 2019
Since winning the competition, Jhala Angelique has begun making a name for herself throughout the Greater Los Angeles area as a rising artist. Recently the Sentinel caught up with the child prodigy to discuss her life after StarQuest. ... read more »
TCG Footwear Talks Transforming the Shoe Game with Unconventional Street Style Looks
June 6, 2019
In 2009, Thoroughly Crafted Goods (TCG) Footwear embarked on its journey of creating stylish shoes and accessories for men. After acquiring the footwear company over a year ago, father and son, Dr. Kerry Cox and Kyle Cox, have revolutionized the lifestyle brand by reintroducing a modern minimalist style of cashletic (casual and athletic) shoes. TCG Footwear is a company that prides itself in producing quality craftsmanship, style, and comfort in every shoe. These three values of quality, design, and comfort led to the inspiration behind TCG’s three pillars logo, which is placed on the back of every shoe. ... read more »
Everytable Fights Against Food Injustice in Underserved Communities
May 16, 2019
This month, the Sentinel met with Everytable chef, Zach Thomas for an exclusive tour of the kitchen to witness the love and colorful flavors that go into each dish. The Sentinel also spoke with Chef Zach about the company’s inspiration behind the ingredients and spices used in the dishes as well as the human right of affordable healthy food for people of color. ... read more »
From Homeless to Manhattan School of Music, Pianist Elijah Stevens Shares Inspiring Story
May 16, 2019
Elijah Stevens’ musical ability began to develop while he was in the 7th grade after he was introduced to the piano by his church in Freeport, Bahamas, which also paid for his music lessons. ... read more »
CSUF’s Male Success Initiative Department Empowers Men of Color to Reach Their Full Potential
May 9, 2019
In 2016, California State University Fullerton (CSUF) joined the CSU fight to support men of color by bridging the higher education achievement gap and increasing graduation and retention rates through its Male Success Initiative (MSI) Department. ... read more »
High End Urban Clothing Store, ‘GetMeFlyLA’ Brings Affordable Designer Brands to Hollywood
May 9, 2019
In 2017, Nigerian born trendsetter and entrepreneur Akin Asalu, opened a luxury men’s clothing store by the name of GetMeFlyLA. The store which was originally founded in Toronto, Canada by fashion designer Kai, sells menswear that is sure to turn heads on the streets and in the club without breaking the bank. Currently the store’s apparel includes jeans, t-shirts, blazers, jackets, loafers, and everything else needed to complete a classic streetwear look. All clothing and accessories range between $100-800. ... read more »
Uplifting Black Youth through the Retelling of Past and Present Pan African History
May 2, 2019
Local non-profit the Talented Tenth Publications uses Black History books to inspire children. ... read more »
The 1963 Birmingham Children’s Crusade, A Turning Point for the Civil Rights Movement
April 25, 2019
In April 1963, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, and James Bevel of Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) along with other members of the SCLC set out to desegregate Birmingham through the use of non-violent acts like protests, marches, and boycotts.  ... read more »
A Lost History, Seminole-Maroon Phil Wilkes Fixico Shares His Story of Self-Discovery
April 25, 2019
Recently the Los Angeles Sentinel spoke with Seminole-Maroon descendant Phil Wilkes Fixico regarding the truth behind African American and Native American heritage and his triumphant story of self-discovery.  ... read more »
Neighborhood Says goodbye to Hip-Hop Legend and Community Giant
April 18, 2019
The city of South L.A. honors slain rapper Nipsey Hussle with Grand Memorial ... read more »
L.A. Gangs Unite to Pay Homage to Fallen Comrade: NIPSEY HUSSLE  
April 11, 2019
Since the murder of Hussle, many fans and local residents have held candle light vigils and celebration of life events around the city of Los Angeles to pay their respects to the rapper and philanthropist. However the largest and most historical event of them all was the unity walk orchestrated by rival gangs.  ... read more »
Changing the Narrative on ‘Diverse Representation’ in the Sports & Entertainment Industry  
April 4, 2019
Recently the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper sat down with Thomas to discuss her practice and push for diverse representation in the sports and entertainment industry and why it matters.   ... read more »
Businesswoman and Community Philanthropist Kiana Webb Talks McDonald’s ‘Next Generation’ Program  
April 4, 2019
Although Women’s History Month has come to a close, women are still making powerful moves! In late March, the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper spoke with one extraordinary Black woman who is carrying the torch of her family’s legacy and creating a name for herself in the business industry.  ... read more »
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