Howard University honors its own Bison stars

“Howard University gives you a certain strength with your cultural identity, and if you have that you can face anything in the world.” –Actress and choreographer Debbie Allen LOS ANGELES-Executive Preparatory Academy of Finance CEO Omar McGee encourages his students to attend historically black colleges and universities. For McGee, a Howard University alum, HBCU’s provide […]

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Maxine Waters’ waging feud against President Trump

INGLEWOOD, CA-The heat just got turned up on President Donald Trump. His administration has been accused of possible collusion with Russia. Current and former allies have already been allegedly tied to corruption. He has tabbed a running war with the media and with intelligence agencies.  Lawsuits declaring his travel bans unconstitutional, have racked up. News […]

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D-League team is new day for Clippers

CULVER CITY, CA-If there has been something missing from the Los Angeles Clippers the past couple of seasons, it has been a virtual absence of the youth movement. The Clippers have been reliant almost exclusively on proven veterans and less dependent on younger, more inexperienced players. That’s about to change. Soon. Part of the issue […]

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Expo focuses attention on women’s health

LONG BEACH, CA-When it comes to issues related to health, it’s all about getting educated and being informed. KJLH-102.3 FM, the Inglewood, California radio station owned by song master Stevie Wonder, has always been about promoting information and education to Southern California’s urban communities, in one form or another. The station’s daily pep talk focuses […]

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LA confronts riots effects then and now

LOS ANGELES-As much as things change, some things remain the same. When you drive through South Los Angeles these days, some 25 years after the monstrous race-tinged eruption that shook the city and the nation to its core, there are reminders that suggest much haven’t change. Employment opportunities are needed. Healthcare remains an issue. Crime is an unfortunate […]

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Utah closes Clippers’ postseason chapter

LOS ANGELES-Chris Paul needed help. He got very little. If there was one area of concern that stood out during the NBA first round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz, scoring points from anyone else but Paul, became an absolute task.     Already a man down with Blake Griffin out for the season, the Clippers […]

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