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Trump Denies the Rise of White Nationalism Amid New Zealand Massacre 
March 21, 2019
Although Trump does not see an increase in White nationalism around the world, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) statistics on hate groups proves otherwise.   ... read more »
Curating Connections and Communities through ‘Kolor Society’, A Social Club for the African Diaspora 
March 14, 2019
After organizing TEDxCrenshaw in 2015, local residents began asking Zaneta J. Smith where they could find events similar to this in the South Los Angeles area. ... read more »
Local Organization ‘Change the Tune’ Reimagines South L.A.  
March 7, 2019
Charli Kemp has always been infatuated with music and cooking and how these activities bring people together. During the summer of 2017, Kemp’s two passions would intertwine creating her ideal non-profit Change the Tune.  ... read more »
Community Coalition Hosts Roundtable Discussion with Presidential Candidate Julián Castro  
March 7, 2019
As part of its ongoing mission to “help transform the social and economic conditions in South L.A.,” the organization led a roundtable discussion with secretary of housing and urban development and 2020 presidential candidate, Julián Castro.   ... read more »
Adam Clayton Powell Jr., A Civil Rights Trailblazer for the African American People  
February 28, 2019
Pastor, politician, and activist Adam Clayton Powell Jr. is arguably the greatest African American political leader of his time. This is his story.   ... read more »
Bank of America’s Black Executive Leadership Team Continues to Advocate for the African American Community  
February 21, 2019
Recently, the Los Angeles Sentinel met with one of the world’s leading financial institutions to discuss their Black Executive Leadership Team (BELT) and the positive work they are committed to in the Black community.   ... read more »
Anti-Gang Violence Campaign Sparks in L.A., Creating Safer Neighborhoods for Black Communities 
February 14, 2019
“Gang violence is no longer a community issue; this is a civil and human rights issue”  ... read more »
Shirley Chisholm’s Historic Legacy Broke the Glass Ceiling for African American Women in Politics  
February 14, 2019
Today, African American women are leading the country as mayors, senators, congresswomen, state legislatures, and lawmakers. However it was Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm, who is known for breaking the glass ceiling for African American women in politics. This Black History Month, the Los Angeles Sentinel looks back on the life of Chisholm and her political leadership.    ... read more »
Mission Accomplished! Day Six of the Teacher Strike Results in Historic Agreement for Public Education and the Community 
January 24, 2019
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) wrapped up day six of the teacher strike with a historic agreement that is said to change the future of public education.   ... read more »
A Taste of Soul Success Story: How Self-Taught Baker Nicole Green Went From Baking in Her Home, to Owning a Mobile Dessert Truck
January 24, 2019
CoCo’s Lip Smacking Cupcakes offers dipped treats like chocolate covered oreos and strawberries, alcohol infused desserts, custom cakes ... read more »
An Eight-Year-Old’s Journey to Becoming a National Judo Champion  
January 24, 2019
Two years ago, eight-year-old Johana Harewood-Pope became a student of judo and jujitsu kai, now, she is the best judo competitor in her division in the entire country, after winning the 2018 Winter Nationals in December! Recently, the Los Angeles Sentinel spoke with young athlete and her father, Dr. Blaine Pope, to discuss the Judo Winter National Tournament and her plans for the New Year.  ... read more »
Could the LAUSD Teacher Strike Be Coming to An End?
January 22, 2019
The second largest school district in the nation, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), wrapped up week one of the teacher strike with over 900 school sites in participation fighting for their rights as educators and the rights of their students. ... read more »
‘On Strike For Our Students’: LAUSD Teachers Send Message To Beutner With Historic March  
January 17, 2019
More than 50,000 Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) teachers, parents, and United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) members marched in front of the district’s headquarters on Monday, January 14 on day one of the strike, with their picket signs and bullhorns in hand in the rain, as they chanted, “Show me what democracy looks like, this is what democracy looks like!”   ... read more »
Aura Vasquez, A Commissioner Shaking Up The System
January 17, 2019
An LADWP Commissioner, immigrant and advocate who never forgets the trust people have placed in her.   ... read more »
A Black Girl Magic Story, How Samarea Johnson Turned Her Adversity Into Prosperity
January 10, 2019
Samarea Johnson is the true meaning of Black Girl Magic! ... read more »
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