Support Grows for Watts Towers Art Center Director

May 24, 2018 

By Jennifer Bihm 

Contributing Writer 

 

Community leaders and residents have come out recently in support of Watts Towers Art Center Director Rosie Lee Hooks, who was suspended... Read more...

Black Workers Lag behind Whites in the Energy Sector

May 24, 2018 

By Freddie Allen 

NNPA Newswire 

 

Energy jobs are growing faster than the national average and energy-related sectors are less diverse than the national workforce,... Read more...

A Royal Wedding with A Royal Message; Episcopal Church Bishop brought church to the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

May 24, 2018 

By Brian W. Carter 

Contributing Writer 

 

It would’ve been impossible to steal a scene from one of the most anticipated Royal Weddings in history but The Most Rev. Michael... Read more...

Dem Stacey Abrams makes history after winning primary in Georgia gubernatorial race

May 24, 2018 

Associated Press

 

Stacey Abrams has won the Democratic primary in Georgia’s gubernatorial race.

 

She is the state’s first woman nominee for governor from either... Read more...

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Her Dream Deferred: On the Status of Black Women Written by Lauren Jones
Minority-owned Companies Fight for Equity in Advertising; Anti-trust lawsuit could shake up Newspaper Industry forever Written by Stacy M. Brown
Senator Harris Names Heather Hutt So. Cal Deputy Director Written by Brandon I. Brooks
William Coleman, lawyer, ex-Cabinet member, passes Written by JEFF HORWITZ
Rep. Bass, CBC Leadership Deliver 130-Page Policy Document to Trump Written by LAWT News Service
Missing D.C. Black Girls Spark National Outcry Written by Charlene Muhammad
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Mulls ‘High Crimes and Misdemeanors’ for Trump Written by Stacy M. Brown
Trumpcare Defeated but Political Leaders Warn against Complacency Written by Jennifer Bihm
Pasadena Police Calling for Witnesses in Gang Murder Written by City News Service
Dylann Roof’s friend gets over 2 years for hindering FBI Written by JEFFREY COLLINS
Sen. Holly J. Mitchell named recipient of inaugural Willie L. Brown, Jr., award; Award marks 40th anniversary of California Association of Black Lawyers Written by LAWT News Service
Women’s History Month Recognizes: Linda Jay; Activism is an ongoing job—and she’s committed! Written by Brian W. Carter
Ex-Sheriff Convicted in Federal Corruption Retrial Written by FRED SHUSTER
Waters Launches “Trump Tracker” to hold Administration Accountable Written by LAWT News Service
District Attorney Jackie Lacey tells the truth and nothing but the truth; Lacey made history becoming the first woman, and the first African-American to hold the position of Los Angeles District Attorney Written by Brandon I. Brooks
HBCU Presidents’ White House Visit Debacle; HBCU alumni respond as the Trump Administration does it again and black folks walk away feeling used, tricked and uncertain about Trumps motives Written by Niele Anderson, Contributing Writer
No on Measure S Wins, Yes on Measure H Delivers For Homeless Written by Staff Report
Mayor Garcetti Reelected in Landslide Written by Jennifer Bihm
Councilman Price Reelected to The New 9th Written by Kimberlee Buck
Los Angeles County Sues State of California To Block Flawed Redistricting Law; SB 958 violates state’s constitution, discriminates against more than 1 million voters, eliminates local control Written by LAWT News Service 
L.A. Watts Times Endorses Measure on H Written by LAWT News Service
Councilmember Harris-Dawson says Yes on H and No on S; We ought to reject selfishness on March 7th Written by Brandon I. Brooks Managing Editor and Kimberlee Buck Contributing Writer
Trump and the Black Caucus plan to meet for the first time Written by Lauren Victoria Burke
Black Women’s Forum celebrates Black History Month with Founder and Special Guest Congresswoman Maxine Waters Written by Shonassee Shaver
Al Jarreau Dead at 76 Written by City News Service
Sen. Kamala Harris talks Black History Month and Politics Written by Brandon I. Brooks
City Approves $1.5 million settlement in lawsuit over police shooting of Ezell Ford Written by City News Service
L.A. County steps up efforts to eradicate homelessness Written by Charlene Muhammad
California says #RESIST Written by Niele Anderson
Emmett Till’s accuser admits it was all a lie; Emmett Till’s Accuser Carolyn Bryant Admits It was All a Lie Written by Stacy M. Brown

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On Brown v. Board of Education Anniversary, Harris Opposes Nominee Who Refused to Acknowledge Whether Ruling was Correct

On Brown v. Board of Education Anniversary, Harris Opposes Nominee Who Refused to Acknowledge Whether Ruling was Correct

May 24, 2018  LAWT News Service    At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing today, U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris spoke out against Wendy Vitter, nominee...

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Community

Woman in Need of Dialysis Missing in South L.A.

May 24, 2018  City News Service    Police today sought the public's help in locating a woman who was last seen in South Los Angeles more than a week...

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Sports News

Reuben Foster’s ex-girlfriend testifies she lied about abuse

Reuben Foster’s ex-girlfriend testifies she lied about abuse

May 24, 2018  By CHRIS BIDERMAN  Associated Press    The former girlfriend of Reuben Foster testified at a preliminary hearing Thursday that she...

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Arts & Culture

‘Cello Bae’ Steals Hearts At Royal Wedding; The talented cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, was an impressive wedding gift at the royal nuptials.

‘Cello Bae’ Steals Hearts At Royal Wedding; The talented cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, was an impressive wedding gift at the royal nuptials.

May 24, 2018  By Brian W. Carter  Contributing Writer   The first biracial bride becoming a part of the Royal Family.   A Black choir singing...

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