Ferguson’s Rage Comes to LA

LOS ANGELES-Three months and 14 days ago unarmed teen, Michael Brown Jr. was shot and killed by Officer Darren Wilson in the city of Ferguson, Mo. Three months and 14 days later, the grand jury […]


Color Struck by ‘ Dark Girls’

Since the beginning of time, we have fought against others, each other and ourselves. What exactly is the battle? Colorism. Could it be perpetuated by the notorious Willie Lynch letter, created to control slaves and […]

Prep Spotlight

Carson Shuts Down Crenshaw

Carson, CA- We always here the cliché that “defense wins championships.” The Carson Colts (9-3) used that saying  to shut down the Crenshaw Cougars (8-4),  23-7 in a CIF LA City playoff matchup. Carson’s defense […]


NAACP: A Salute to Black Theatre

Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest, largest and most widely recognized grassroots-based civil rights organization. It has grown so much that for the past couple of decades the NAACP, Beverly Hills/Hollywood Branch […]


5 Reasons USC Beats UCLA

1. Freshmen invasion: The youth movement is in full mode at the University of Southern California. Coach Steve Sarkisian walked in the door and found himself a bevy of super talented young stars whose names […]