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City Leaders Join Millennium to Launch Historical National City of Opportunity Initiative
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 September 2009
National City of Opportunity Initiative launched recently will target South Los Angeles, South Bay and Gateway cities. Los Angeles, South Bay City and Gateway City Leaders Join  Millennium to Launch ... read more >>
Snack Attack Providing Work Experience for Disabled Individuals
Written by Jason Lewis (Staff Writer) 03 September 2009
Giant Steps Training Program participantsPhoto Credit: Jason Lewis for SentinelSnack Attack providing work experience for disabled individuals By Jason Lewis Sentinel Staff WriterGiant Steps Training Program ... read more >>
The 2Drum is the First of its Kind
Written by Jason Lewis (Staff Writer) 03 September 2009
Jimmie James plays "The 2nd Drum" which has a 10 inch and 11inch head, and has a very unique soundPhoto Credit: Jason Lewis for SentinelThe 2Drum is the first of it's kindBy Jason LewisSentinel Staff WriterJimmie ... read more >>
Dr. George McKenna is Back
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Managing Editor) 03 September 2009
Supt. George McKennaGeorge McKenna is BackAs one of the pre-eminent educators of our time, McKenna has returned to inject quality education into the Los Angeles Unified School District system once more.By ... read more >>
Bradford Ready to Go to Work for the People
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) 03 September 2009
Assemblyman Steve Bradford Bradford Ready to Got To Work for PeopleGardena Councilman an easy winner in 51stBy Kenneth MillerSentinel Managing EditorLong time Gardena City Council member Steve Bradford ... read more >>
Rally Call for Labor
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) & Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Entertainment Editor) 03 September 2009
THE UNITED FIGHT: All union organizations come together over the Labor Day holiday to voice their support President Obama's healthcare plan and the employment Free Choice Act. The Fruits of Labor DayPresident ... read more >>
Community Leaders Key in Peaks Selection as Fire Chief
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 03 September 2009
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa stands with newlyappointed Los Angeles Fire Department Chief Millage Peaks.Community Leaders Key in Peaks Selection as Fire ChiefCommunity leaders key in Peaks selection ... read more >>
Low-income Residents Face Blatant Housing Discrimination in New Orleans
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 September 2009
Low-income Residents Face Blatant Housing Discrimination in New Orleans, Study FindsBy Edmund W. LewisSpecial to the NNPA from the Louisiana WeeklyNEW ORLEANS (NNPA) - A study released iin late August ... read more >>
Rafer Johnson Honored
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 September 2009
Rafer Johnson HonoredCNS--Sports icon Rafer Johnson was honored Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for co-founding the Special Olympics Southern California program, now in its 40th ... read more >>
Holiday Travel
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 September 2009
Holiday Travel CNS-- The number of people hitting the road for Labor Day weekend is expected to be sharply down from last year, but Caltrans officials warned today that traffic will still likely be congested ... read more >>
Katrina Four Years Later
Written by Evan Barnes (Staff Writer) 27 August 2009
New Orleans four years later. By Evan BarnesSentinel Staff WriterFour years after its devastation ravaged the Gulf Coast, Hurricane Katrina has remained a symbol of nature's fury, unbelievable tragedy ... read more >>
Divisions Run Deep in LAUSD School Plan
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) 27 August 2009
Students and parents hold protest sign in support of new choiceschool reform at LAUSD board meeting in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday,August 24. Divisions Run Deep in New Choice School Plan'Status ... read more >>
Sidney Poitier
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds 27 August 2009
Sidney PoitierMr. & Mrs. Poitier (Joanna Shimkus Poitier & Sidney Poitier)The elegant Sidney PoitierPresident Barack Obama and Sidney PoitierSIDNEY POITIER"The first Black man to win an Academy ... read more >>
African Slave Castles
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Managing Editor) 27 August 2009
Cape Coast Castle, GhanaDown Inside the Slave CastlePacked Like Sardines in a CanIn the DungeonsThe West Coast of AfricaAFRICA'S SLAVE CASTLES"They were the last place a slave would 'reside' before going ... read more >>
Annual Back to School Event
Written by Francis Taylor (Staff Writer) 27 August 2009
(L-R) Charisse Bremond, Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Isadore Hall, Sentinel Publisher Danny Bakewell Sr., Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Mrs. Lillian Mobley, Brian White and Brenda Marsh-Mitchell.Photo Credit: ... read more >>
Aaron S. Williams Sworn in as Peace Corps Director
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 August 2009
Aaron S. Williams was sworn in Monday as the eighteenth Director of the Peace Corps. Director Williams was nominated by President Obama on July 14 and confirmed by the U.S. Senate on August 7. Aaron ... read more >>
Mayor Villaraigosa, Community Leaders Endorse School Choice Motion
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 August 2009
MAYOR VILLARAIGOSA, COMMUNITY LEADERS STAND TOGETHER TO ENDORSE SCHOOL CHOICE MOTION Encourages School Board to Pass Motion to Implement Reform in Los Angeles' Public Schools LOS ANGELES - Mayor Antonio ... read more >>
SCLC’s Rev. Lee and Mayor Villaraigosa Strike Agreement
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 August 2009
SCLC’s Rev. Lee and Mayor Villaraigosa Strike Agreement From the beginning, the LAUSD Resolution co-authored by Board President Monica Garcia and Board Members Yolie-Flores-Aguilar and Dr. Richard ... read more >>
Elected Officials Celebrate Construction Progress on Expo Line Project
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 August 2009
Haywood Galbreath PhotoCouncilman Herb Wesson speaks to the crowd about construction progress as Expo Line Board Members look on. ELECTED OFFICIALS JOINED IN CELEBRATION OF CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS ON THE ... read more >>
One-on-One With Captain Diane Walker
Written by Sentinel Staff Interview 27 August 2009
Captain Diane WalkerOne-On-One With Captain Diane Walker L.A. County Sheriffs 1st African American Female Captain, Compton StationBy Sentinel Staff ReportLieutenant Diane Walker made history on August ... read more >>
"Mother" Mary Henry Laid to Rest
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Managing Editor) 27 August 2009
 "Mother" Mary Henry 1926 - 2009 "Mother" Mary Henry Laid to RestThe Homecoming to "Mother" Mary Henry was called "A Celebration of A Legend" and the final tribute to this community icon dignified ... read more >>
Democratic Icon Ted Kennedy Dies
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Managing Editor) 27 August 2009
Senator Ted Kennedy Senator Edward Kennedy Dies!He was the patriarch of the Kennedy family and an icon of the Democratic Party and the U.S. SenateBy Yussuf J. SimmondsSentinel Assistant Managing Editor He ... read more >>
Brown Forces CashCall Inc. to End Illegal and Abusive Debt Collection Practices
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 August 2009
Brown Forces CashCall Inc. to End Illegal and Abusive Debt Collection PracticesSentinel Wire ServicesAttorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. forced CashCall, Inc., an Anaheim-based fast-money lender, to stop ... read more >>
Ricky Ross' Homecoming!!
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 August 2009
Ricky Ross' Homecoming!!South Central's neighborhood native son, Ricky Ross, is coming home. In celebration, Ross is planning a free neighborhood celebration and giveaway in South Central L.A.The day will ... read more >>
Mayor Oppose Early Prisoner Release
Written by Christina Villacorte 27 August 2009
Mayor Oppose Early Prisoner Release By Christina Villacorte City News ServiceMayor Antonio Villaraigosa and police Chief William Bratton Tuesday opposed a proposal in the Legislature to release about 37,000 ... read more >>

 

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