Larry Aubry: The journalistic soul of an activist

There are but a handful of journalists I have grown to have unadulterated respect for. Two…

Unions drive COVID-19 South LA food distribution

Los Angeles, CA – The COVID-19 outbreak around the globe has brought out the best in…

Artists paint inspiring messages in homage to Dr. Maya Angelou

LOS ANGELES, CA – The campus  of Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School wen through a…

Boys & Girls Club reap charitable benefits from Chargers

LOS ANGELES, CA-Last fall, the Los Angles Chargers hooked up with the Boys & Girls Club…

South Los Angeles residents receive a day of hope

Los Angeles-It was a good day to be in Watts and South Los Angeles on Saturday,…

Chargers linebacker Hayes Pullard Football Camp excites youths

Sydney Kamlager: Meet the new Los Angeles game-changer

LOS ANGELES, CA-Politics and social activism usually interlock with one another. You see it all the…

Olympian gives students the 411 on being healthy

Los Angeles-Two-time Olympian Tasha Danvers believes that anything can be achieved through discipline. It is through…

Education hub keep students’ dreams alive

LOS ANGELES, CA-The smiles greet you at the door. The studious activity in the computer rooms…

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…

The ‘Hunter Gatherer’ awakens AFI Fest

Hollywood-A good film is hard to come by these days. That’s never an issue with the…

Karim Webb tastes the soul of the community

LOS ANGELES-The annual October “Taste of Soul” event in South Los Angeles has two great things…

Justice served for Grim Sleeper

LOS ANGELES-It’s been a long time coming for Porter and Mary Alexander. Their daughter, Alicia “Monique”…

Arresting ‘Death Alley’ gun violence

LOS ANGELES-Following gun laws in South Los Angeles is not a priority. Survival is at the…