Trojans Ready to Get It on

USC still have a lot of talent on its roster, despite the defection of quarterback Matt Barkley and wide receiver Robert Woods to the NFL. Sophomore defensive tackle Leonard Williams is one of the key Trojans expected to have an impact on the season. Picked to finished third in the Pac-12 South Division preseason poll, […]

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Obama Talk Equality with Black Faith Leaders

On the eve of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, President Obama was at the center of attention as he met with African American faith-based leaders. Among those in attendance included Bishop John Bryant (Senior Bishop, African Methodist Episcopal Church), Rev. Al Sharpton (President, National Action Network), Rev. Otis Moss Jr. (Progressive National […]

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Monday’s Meditation: WNBA love

LOS ANGELES-Anybody that doesn’t love the WNBA didn’t watch the double-overtime thriller between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Tulsa Shock at Staples Center. The matchup between the two teams was every bit worth taking in and gives further credence why more people should tune in to women’s basketball. The brand of the WNBA has […]

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Why we still march

50 years after the seminal event of the civil rights era, the work is still unfinished By Sherrilyn A. Ifill Constance Baker Motley, the great civil rights lawyer with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, was not planning to attend the now-famous civil rights March on Washington 50 years ago this month. She was exhausted. As one of Martin Luther […]

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AN EVENING OF FUNK

Los Angeles – The KHHT-FM Hot 92.3 Old School Funkfest at The Greek Theatre last Saturday was cooler than a polar bear’s toenails. I ain’t lyin. With the likes of legendary artists and musicians such as George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, The Original Lakeside, Confunkshun, Slave, and Jojo – you already know the set was […]

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