Women’s History Month

BPN Los Angeles Honors 10 Black Women in Excellence

The Black Professionals Network (BPN) Los Angeles Chapter hosted its “Black Women in Excellence” power networking mixer at the Gathering Spot in West Adams on March 20 in recognition of Women’s History Month.

Smith Invites Women and Girls to ‘Love Themselves’ to Accomplish the Impossible

Chanel Smith has been serving as the executive director of the Women and Girls Initiative (WGI) since May 2022. The WGI was established in 2016. Its mission is “to establish Los Angeles County as a leader in creating opportunities and improving outcomes for all women and girls,” its overarching goal is to “provide countywide sustainability for gender equity.

The Source LA Focuses on Women Helping Women

The Source LA has been working tirelessly to decrease Los Angeles’ unemployment rates by providing quality job leads as well as helping local business owners improve through connections and like-minded success. Led and curated by entrepreneur Rocsii Frank for the last 10 years, she has created platforms for new job seekers, returning workforce individuals, and volunteer opportunities for the community. Related Stories: https://lasentinel.net/councilwoman-heather-hutt-hosts-womens-empowerment-event-at-baldwin-hill-crenshaw-plaza.html https://lasentinel.net/are-you-lifting-other-women-as-you-climb.html She also offers mental health resources with workshops on how to maintain a healthy work-life balance.  If you need to figure out the next steps in your business, Rocsii has your back. The L.A. Sentinel sat

Success is Not Always a Linear Path: Pamela Bright-Moon’s Sentinel Interview 

As of late, we’ve all heard the term “creative” used to describe someone’s profession or work ethic. The word creative is usually defined as having the power to bring something new into being, or to evolve something original from one’s own thought or imagination, as a work of art or invention. Pamela Bright-Moon has been a professional creative before the trend. In her recent interview with the Los Angeles Sentinel, the L.A. native got her start in television broadcasting with CBS, and later evolved her career into advocacy and community building through art. Moon spent a total of 32-years in

Black Women In Modern Hip-Hop Gives Us Mor

It’s time to experience a new flavor in hip-hop: presenting Mor, a Black female rap artist. Mor has soundwaves that can knock down walls, while demolishing a heavily cemented feeling surrounding Black women in hip-hop; the feeling that they are second to the greats. Mor is more and she breaks it all down in an exclusive interview with Los Angeles Sentinel.