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Black flag makers discuss latest controversy over national anthem

Our Weekly spoke with two African American U.S. flag makers about their thoughts on the active protest...

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Black America’s dreams of homeownership still deferred

The late Langston Hughes created a masterful body of poetry in the 20th Century...

In an emergency, early preparation can mean difference between life, death

ou can take your pick among emergency situations in Los Angeles County. From earthquakes, storms, floods, brush fires—even the occasional riot..

Tapestry brings fashion to the masses

On Sunday, Oct. 8 during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the kick off of LA...

In an emergency, early preparedness can mean difference between life, death

You can take your pick among emergency situations in Los Angeles.

New look at ‘Grim Sleeper’

As the 20th century wound down, the Los Angeles Police Department’s contentious relationship with its...

Secret ‘gay stroll’ attracts interracial sex, drug use

It’s a little after 1 a.m., and while traveling northbound on Leimert Boulevard...

Protesters oppose county jail expansion

Donning orange T-shirts reading “I am not the property of L.A. County jail,” dozens of protesters..

‘The Work’ puts prison inmates, outsiders on an equal footing

Prison outreach programs are nothing new. While most are faith-based, other more secular groups ..

Tuskegee Airmen awards on Saturday

The Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation on Saturday will host its annual awards ceremony providing scholarships

Secret ‘gay stroll’ attracts interracial sex, drug use

It’s a little after 1 a.m., and while traveling northbound on Leimert Boulevard in the Crenshaw District...

Lancaster continues to lead the way in clean, green, energy

Lancaster Choice Energy is a locally run, not-for-profit power program created by the city of Lancaster.

South Los Angeles is undergoing rapid change to benefit residents

When traveling north through South Los Angeles, the gleaming downtown skyline may remind one of sentinels that overlook an often neglected community historically shut off from modernity.

Latest Marist Poll takes look at racism in the United States

Racism remains a prevalent problem in the United States. But many Americans do not think the responsibility to end racism is exclusive to one race.

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