Saturday, March 17, 2018
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1-on-1 with Veteran Journalist Ed Gordon
March 8, 2018
Pioneer and Veteran journalist Ed Gordon goes one-on-one with Cora Jackson-Fossett of the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper and the L.A. Watts Times Newspaper. ... read more / watch video »
Kenny Lattimore stops by the Los Angeles Sentinel with new single “Push”
October 13, 2017
Kenny Lattimore stops by the Los Angeles Sentinel with new single "Push" ... read more »
L.A. Sentinel wins 4 NNPA Awards
June 29, 2017
The Los Angeles Sentinel reaped four honors in the 2017 National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) Merit Awards. ... read more »
Fathers Honored, Fathers Loved
June 22, 2017
On Father’s day, honorees were showered with love from family and friends at the Honor Thy Father Awards Dinner ... read more »
Stephen A Smith speaks on diversity and Black Lives Matter movement (Part 3)
April 12, 2017
Legendary sports commentator Stephen A. Smith speaks on diversity and his controversial comments regarding the Black Lives Matter movement. Hosted by Brandon I. Brooks, managing editor Los Angeles Sentinel and L.A. Watts Times ... read more / watch video »
Standing Steadfast With Paul Robeson: Refusing to Change With the Weather
April 12, 2017
Among the sacred names of our honored ancestors which we raise and praise this month, let us pay homage and pour libation for Paul Robeson (April 9, 1898—January 23, 1976), a truly Imhotepian man, in the classical African sense of the word, i.e., a master of many disciplines of knowledge and skilled practice directed toward bringing good in the world. Indeed, he was a critically acclaimed actor, singer, scholar, civil and human rights activist, orator and advocate of workers and everyday people everywhere. However, it is important to note that it is not simply his professional excellence and achievement which made him who he was and won for him accolades, honors and reverent respect around the world, but also his profound and steadfast commitment to his principles and his people and to humanity as a whole, especially ordinary, everyday people. ... read more »
Stephen A Smith speaks on “First Take” and significance of becoming a general sports columnist (Part 1)
April 12, 2017
Legendary sports commentator Stephen A. Smith sits down with Brandon I. Brooks, managing editor of the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper and the L.A. Watts Times Newspaper for a one-on-one interview. ... read more / watch video »
CBC report calls for Economic Justice
April 12, 2017
This year has brought a number of significant developments. A new Congress, the 115th in our nation’s history and similarly the 45th president have together begun a new era of government. From all indications, this new leadership seeks to create public policies and priorities that significantly alter what will remain as a governmental function. From education to environmental stewardship, health care and more, the governing toolbox of executive orders, regulation and legislation are all in use. ... read more »
Black Journalist Sues Los Angeles Police Chief For False Arrest
December 8, 2016
Jasmyne Cannick believes that the L.A. Police Chief purposely allowed her to be unlawfully arrested and detained due to his displeasure about her articles criticizing his leadership ... read more »
Black Women in Entertainment Making History
February 25, 2016
Ava Duvernay is a Golden Globe nominated director from Compton, California, who is knocking down barriers in the film industry. In 2012, Duvernay became the first African American woman to win a directing award at the Sundance Film Festival for her second feature film, “Middle of Nowhere.” She also was the first African American female director nominated for a Golden Globe for her movie “Selma.” ... read more / view gallery »
This Week In Black History (November 12)
November 11, 2015
This Week in Black History ... read more »
USC Head Coach Steve Sarkisian Will Take Indefinite Leave of Absence
October 11, 2015
USC Athletic Director Pat Haden announced today that head coach Steve Sarkisian will take an indefinite leave of absence after failing to show up for practice today.   ... read more »
CSUN Student Appointed to Executive Board of the National Society of Black Engineers
October 7, 2015
California State University, Northridge student Noral Walker wants engineering to be a household name within the African-American community. ... read more »
Lauryn Hill Proves She is the Best Performer, Period
September 23, 2015
Musical superstar Lauryn Hill, and her nephew Daniel Bambaata Marley, graced the Greek Theater late in the evening on Monday, September 14 to a packed house. Her voice rang across the amphitheater, pushed by a live band and three backup singers. ... read more »
Leaders vow ‘Peace in the Streets’
September 9, 2015
Community leaders came together for an emergency meeting and press conference at the Los Angeles Sentinel and L.A. Watts Times newspapers on September 2. The Safe Communities Initiatives Rally called the meeting, in response to an increase in gang violence and killings taking place in south Los Angeles and neighboring communities. The leaders, who came from communities like Crenshaw, Watts and East Los Angeles and who work with youth involved with gangs, gun violence and drugs, took charge of the conference. ... read more »


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