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Rep. Bobby Scott Urges Parents to Stay Vigilant on ESSA; Rep. Scott Warns about GOP Attacks on Obama’s Education Law Written by Stacy M. Brown
HBCUs question administration understanding of their purpose Written by JESSE J. HOLLAND
AKA President, Lawmakers Condemn Racist Act at American University Written by Lauren Victoria Burke
New Orleans Begins Removing Racist Confederate Monuments Written by Lauren Victoria Burke
A lesson for the nation’s Education Secretary: Serve public, not private interests Written by Charlene Crowell
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Partnership with Lynwood Unified School District Will Give ‘Guaranteed Admission’ to Qualified LUSD Students; Memorandum of Understanding, signed April 10, will enable qualified LUSD students to attend CD Written by LAWT News Service
Deadline Approaching for LAUSD Grads to Apply for Free 1st Year at West Written by LAWT News Service
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science to Host 5th Annual Legacy Leaders Spring Gala on April 13th; Fundraiser for Students Will Recognize Heirs of Namesake Charles R. Drew, Honorable Mark Ridley-Thomas, Chairman, LA County Board of Supervisor Written by LAWT News Service
2017 Buick LaCrosse Drive Experience: A Journey of a Lifetime; Sentinel and Watts Times Managing Editor Brandon I. Brooks journals his road trip from Philadelphia to Washington D.C. and visits Smithsonian National Museum of African American of History and Written by Brandon I. Brooks
Loyola Law School honors Dr. George J. Mckenna, III Written by LAWT News Service
Meet the Decision Makers: Leaders on the Move ; Second Annual African American History Event Written by Sentinel News Service
First Black Astronaut Remains a Forgotten Pioneer; NASA Barely Mentions Robert H. Lawrence Jr. During Anniversaries, Memorials Written by Erick Johnson
Los Angeles Southwest College to host Manchild Conference on February 25; Conference will offer self-help strategies to support and motivate all community members Written by LAWT News Service
Dean Eugene M. Deloatch: the man who created an army of Black Engineers Written by Darlene Aderoju
City of Los Angeles kicks off Black History Month Written by Xavier Higgs
HNTB, City of L.A. partner to support LAUSD’s Girls Academic Leadership Academy; All-girls school provides college preparatory STEM curriculum and leadership training Written by LAWT News Service
Report: ‘Slavery was intertwined’ with university’s history Written by JENNIFER PELTZ
Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy Written by Xavier Higgs
Co-founders Deena Williams and Eleisha Nelson-Reed Celebrate Black History all year long with DreamKeepers Box Written by Kimberlee Buck
Serra High School renames gym after coach Dwan D. Hurt; Junipero Serra High School Honors Deceased Head Basketball Coach, Dwan Hurt '81, With Renaming of School Gymnasium Written by LAWT News Service
GOP senator: Museum ignores Clarence Thomas’ accomplishments Written by MARY CLARE JALONICK
LAUSD/City Officials offer 655,000 Library Cards to students Written by LAWT News Service
Educating Young Minds; Educational non-profit continues to excel students to excellence through presidential administrations, core values and parental help. Written by Niele Anderson
The Layers of a Black Man; Cal State Northridge students examine and present the activism, triumphs and ­challenges of black men. Written by Niele Anderson
NASCAR Chevrolet Diversity Scholarship winners announced; Four students win $20,000 in total scholarships; treated to VIP race experience at the AAA Texas 500 Written by LAWT News Service
White House Initiative on HBCUs launches L.A. Internship Program; Historically Black Colleges and Universities, an affectionate staple of higher learning within the African American community and mostly found down south and back east, is coming to Hollywo Written by Niele Anderson
Compton Community College District Provisional Board of Trustee Member Appointed Written by LAWT News Service
NNPA, Howard University team up to poll Black Voters Written by Freddie Allen
ACLU Study: California School Districts offer teachers no guidance in student discipline cases Written by City News Service
Magnolia Public Schools make headway in Black and brown communities Written by Jennifer Bihm