College-Educated Blacks Have Harder Times than Whites
Written by Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent 22 May 2014
Happy college ending but uncertain future (NNPA Photo by Freddie Allen)   WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Blacks with college degrees continue to fare worse than college-educated Whites ... read more >>
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Announces Los Angeles Recidivism Reduction Pilot Program
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 May 2014
Harris says: “We must reject the false choice of being ‘tough’ or ‘soft’ on crime.” Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today announced the creation of a recidivism reduction pilot program ... read more >>
DAMON DUNN: Black Real Estate Investor Vies to Become Mayor
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 15 May 2014
PRIMED AND READY: Successful real estate investor Damon Dunn poured $600,00 into his mayoral campaign and raised an additional $350,000 and is on the cusp of becoming the first Black mayor in the city ... read more >>
It’s Time for Donald Sterling to Go! No Apology Necessary
Written by Danny Bakewell Jr Sentinel Executive Editor 15 May 2014
Have you ever sat back and watched a violent car crash? Well Donald Sterling’s tirade on CNN’s AC 360 with Anderson Cooper was the equivalent of watching a drunk driver speed down the street out ... read more >>
The Rise of Autumn Burke
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 14 May 2014
62nd Assembly candidacy is fueled by passion Autumn Burke, the 40-year old daughter of the first Black California member of Congress Yvonne B. Burke and powerful business and political advocate Dr. ... read more >>
Written by Sentinel News Wire Service 09 May 2014
The NAACP welcomes Minnie Hadley-Hempstead and Steven T. Webb to the Presidency of the Los Angeles and Sacramento branches.
   Minnie Hadley-Hempstead is the new president of the Los Angeles NAACP. ... read more >>
Graduation Rates at LA’s Promise Supported Schools Continue to Rise
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 May 2014
Manual Arts High students - According to figures released by the California Department of Education, Manual Arts Senior High School and West Adams Preparatory High School have once again surpassed the ... read more >>
L.A. NAACP Interim President Wants to Return Sterling Donations
Written by City News Service 08 May 2014
NAACP Los Angeles Chapter’s Interim President Lorraine Miller, in a message addressed to ``civil rights activists,'' vowed that changes would be made in the operation of the chapter. The chapter's ... read more >>
Jacquie Jones Steps Down at NBPC
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 May 2014
Jacquie Jones Leslie Fields Cruz National Black Programming Consortium executive director resigns; Leslie Fields-Cruz is appointed interim executive director of the media arts nonprofit  Jacquie ... read more >>
Banking with a Purpose
Written by Princess Manasseh Sentinel Contributing Writer 08 May 2014
  Bank of America Executive Felix Whittaker Specializes in 501c3 lending Growing up, Felix Whittaker was part of a tight knit family.  The child of two hard working parents Whittaker learned the value ... read more >>
Written by Danny J. Bakewell, Jr. Sentinel Executive Editor 08 May 2014
Police Chief Jim McDonnell Is The Best Candidate To Lead the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department For the first time in years there is no incumbent running for the office of Los Angeles County Sheriff.  ... read more >>
Voting Rights Workshop for Californians with Criminal Convictions and Voter Registration Drive
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 May 2014
Compton rapper Eric "Eazy E" Wright's son Lil Eazy E helps to register voters in Compton as part of a My Hood Votes voter registration drive in 2008. The Crenshaw Legal Clinic Hosts ‘Know Your Rights’ ... read more >>
Islamic extremist threatens to sell 200 kidnapped girls
Written by Associated Press 08 May 2014
Nigerian mothers  Nigeria’s Islamic extremist leader threatened, in a videotaped statement seen on Monday May 5, to sell the more than 200 teenage schoolgirls abducted from a school in the remote ... read more >>
Carson City Councilman Introduces Anti-Bullying Ordinance
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 May 2014
Urging Criminal Penalties for Bullying School-Age Children  Carson City Councilman Mike Gipson joined the South Bay-based suicide prevention organization, Kevin’s Cause, and a host of community supporters ... read more >>
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 May 2014
Declaring the need to preserve vitally needed services, City Council President Herb Wesson led the City Council action intervening to address the eminent loss of federal funding for the Tom Bradley Youth ... read more >>
Betty Yee For Controller
Written by Brian W. Carter Sentinel Staff Writer 07 May 2014
Betty Yee knows the 30 years of experience in finance, budgets and policies and educational background have prepared her for the Controller’s Office.( Photo By Brian W. Carter) The California State ... read more >>
No Time for Clowning Around Money Barely Cashes In
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 04 May 2014
As Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather approaches the twilight of his career facing four final fights he faced and won perhaps his most competitive one to date eking out a brawling majority decision win to ... read more >>
Congresswoman Hahn Walks out in Defense of President Obama!!
Written by Sentinel News Service 02 May 2014
  Rep. Janice Hahn walked out of the National Day of Prayer event Thursday, because of outrageous and slanderous remarks made by James Dobson, founder of the conservative Christian advocacy group Focus ... read more >>
LA NAACP head resigns over move to honor Sterling
Written by JUSTIN PRITCHARD, Associated Press 02 May 2014
  LOS ANGELES (AP) — The president of the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP resigned Thursday, following outrage over a decision he later reversed to give Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling ... read more >>
Southland Residents Participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back
Written by City News Service 01 May 2014
Southland residents were given the opportunity to  get rid of unwanted or outdated prescription drugs recently by dropping them off at designated collection sites during the Drug Enforcement Administration's ... read more >>
Union Bank, LAUSD Open First Student-Run Branches in Los Angeles
Written by Sentinel News Service 01 May 2014
“We are thrilled to open the first LAUSD student-run bank in Lincoln High School and offer services that help students learn money management skills that prepare them for college and real-life ... read more >>
U.S. EPA Requires AllenCo to Comply with Federal Laws, Improve Safety Measures
Written by Sentinel News Service 01 May 2014
AllenCo Energy (file photo) Company Ordered to Make Significant Improvements to Operations   Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized an agreement with AllenCo ... read more >>
Parks, Price Face Off on Coliseum Fireworks Event
Written by City News Service 01 May 2014
Councilmen Bernard Parks and Curren Price, hoping to organize this year’s Fourth of July fireworks at the Los Angeles Coliseum, presented competing proposals to the panel that oversees the event. ... read more >>
The Best of Compton
Written by Sentinel News Service 01 May 2014
Councilwoman Jana Zurita and School Board Member Satra Zurita continuing their family’s legacy of leadership, sophistication and an un-wavering passion for serving the citizens and elevating the quality ... read more >>
Local NAACP Thrust In Heat of Sterliang Backlash
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 01 May 2014
NAACP Los Angeles President Leon Jenkins said Clipper owner contributions to group were insignificant Saying the racial comments attributed to Los Angeles Clippers basketball owner Donald T. Sterling ... read more >>