Vincent Jefferson Elevates Cathedral Football

After being interim head coach for most of the 2023 season, Vincent Jefferson will be taking the helm of the Cathedral Phantoms football team for the 2024 season. Jefferson has not only been on the coaching staff for 13 years, but he also taught at the school for 10 years.

Faith Community Presents ‘Journey in Self-Discovery’

Dr. Mardra J. Paredes will facilitate “Why Don’t People Think Like Me – A Journey in Self-Discovery” on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Faith Community Foursquare Church, 5519 S. Avalon Blvd., in Los Angeles.

The Person Has Been Rated RESILIENT

Resilient Walker is the title of all things – Dr. Shree Walker’s book, the name of her company, as well as the word’s the educator, motivational speaker, and CEO lives by.

Retired Professor Makes Black Students a Force to be Reckoned With

“I know if Black kids get the skills they need, they will run rings around everybody else. I know they will be able to compete, I want to make them competitors,” said Professor Amir Ronald Glymph. The defiant teacher and mentor is a man on a mission to help Black students acquire the mathematic skills they need to compete in the career world.

Latosha Guy among Cal State L.A.’s Distinguished Honorees

Educator Latosha Guy was among Cal State L.A.’s educators and community leaders being honored at their annual Distinguished Educators Award Dinner held Nov. 13 at the campus’ Golden Eagle Ballroom. She was one of five people given the Distinguished Educator award for her accomplishments as a reading and language arts teacher at King/Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science. The Cal State University Los Angeles alumna has been teaching since 1999. “Sharing a cultural connection with students is priceless: it makes the translation space needed for instruction smaller,” Guy said in an earlier interview. “I know what my students