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Rising Star Tyrel Jackson Williams Chats About His Passion for Acting, IFC’s Brockmire and his Future
April 2, 2020
“I was on my way out of high school. I was working on a show that was about to end. I pretty much [had] been working through my high school years, and I was trying to figure out what I was going to go to college for,” he says of his decision. “I had a bunch of like a bunch of ideas and lots of things I was interested in; I just kept coming back to some form of entertainment.”  ... read more »
Michele Weaver Opens Up About Her Acting Career, Beliefs and New NBC Show ‘Council of Dads’
March 26, 2020
Weaver plays Luly, the dynamic, smart, loving daughter, and oldest sister. ... read more »
Despite Shutdowns Community Leaders Rallied to Kick off the 2020 Census and Emphasize the Importance of Being Counted
March 19, 2020
Although the interactive experience has been placed on hold, the census is still extremely important which was the main emphasis of the kick-off. ... read more »
Councilman Curren Price, Mayor Eric Garcetti and Supervisor Hilda Solis Bring Hope to Hope Street With New Homeless Shelter
March 13, 2020
It was a great day to have hope in Los Angeles as Councilman Curren Price, Mayor Eric Garcetti and Supervisor Hilda Solis celebrated the completion of the first Bridge Home in District 9. ... read more »
Destination Crenshaw Broke Ground in Leimert Park Celebrating the Future of Black History and Community in the South L.A.
March 5, 2020
At the intersection of Crenshaw and Leimert, hundreds gathered to honor the history of Crenshaw Boulevard and Leimert Park and to celebrate the groundbreaking of Destination Park and its centerpiece; Sankofa Park.  ... read more »
Genre-Bending Artist Mali Music Discusses His Passions and His Latest Single “Let Go”
February 27, 2020
He cites the responsibility they placed on him as a youth as the foundation for his relationship with God. ... read more »
Daytime Television Host Tamron Hall Talks Being A New Mother, Balancing Work Life and Her New Show
February 27, 2020
Her goal is to keep things real, relatable and at times, unpredictable. ... read more »
Black Lives Matter leader and Professor Dr. Melina Abdullah Announces Lawsuit Against City of Los Angeles and Former Police Chief
February 27, 2020
Black Lives Matter’s Dr. Melina Abdullah and her law team held a press conference in front of the Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters to announce the filing of a lawsuit regarding an arrest at the Police Commission meeting in 2018. ... read more »
Grammy-Winning Producer Hit-Boy Reflects on the Past Year, His Growth and His Vision for 2020 and Beyond
February 20, 2020
With his Grammy win and a new album, the world for Hit-Boy remains full of opportunity and advancement. ... read more »
Ernestine Johnson Morrison Backing Her Business with Knowledge and Black Empowerment
February 13, 2020
After moving to Atlanta nine years ago, Morrison founded several businesses including Green Lit ATL and The Legacy Center. ... read more »
Mike Bloomberg Announced The Greenwood Initiative, a Plan to Revitalize the Black Community
February 13, 2020
At the site of the Black Wall Street Massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg announced the Greenwood Initiative: Economic Justice for Black America. Mid-January, ... read more »
Danny Glover Talks Pan African Film and Art Festival and the Spotlight Film, ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’
February 6, 2020
"The Last Black Man in San Francisco" won multiple awards at Sundance Film Festival, however, at PAFF the movie will be presented in an intimate fashion. ... read more »
Rep. Waters Hosted Emergency Town Hall to Discuss The Delta Airlines Fuel Dump
January 30, 2020
Congresswoman demands answers for the community ... read more »
Two Local Entrepreneurs Gifted New Bicycles to 50 Students in Watts and Inglewood
December 26, 2019
Christmas is officially underway as two local entrepreneurs and mentors teamed up to surprise 50 students in Watts and Inglewood with new bikes and helmets on December 17 and 18. ... read more »
August Wilson’s Jitney Highlights Brotherhood Between Black Working Men Through Love and Loss
December 19, 2019
Now playing at the Mark Taper Forum, “Jitney” follows several men as they work day and night to maintain their beloved cab station and livelihood. ... read more »
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