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First week of school in AV reveals excitement, promise

The first week of school in the Antelope Valley has begun with fresh ideas, new campuses and plenty of enthusiasm.

New school year follows improvement within LAUSD graduation rate

When the morning bell rings on Aug. 16, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) 2016-17 academic year will follow one of its most successful graduation rates in recent memory. Last year, the LAUSD saw its graduation rate climb to ...

Latest racial divide has pollsters wondering who’s telling the truth?

In the national shouting match over who hates whom the most, a number of polls conducted since 2008 suggest that the racial divide has increased only slightly from where it was 20 years ago. However, the same polls reveal that ...

Prelude to a truce, 1972-1974

A little over four decades ago, Kwaku Person-Lynn Ph.D. had an idea that he believed would make a difference. Some considered his idea as simple, yet daunting. The idea? Invite the various gang factions, to include: the Ace Deuce Parks, ...

WNBA celebrates its 20th season

The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) was founded on April 24, 1996, and launched their inaugural season with the slogan, ‘We Got Next,’ signifying that women basketball players were ready to take the court just after the NBA Finals.

WNBA celebrates its 20th season

The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) was founded on April 24, 1996, and launched their inaugural season with the slogan, ‘We Got Next,’ signifying that women basketball players were ready to take the court just after the NBA Finals.

Dress rehearsal

As the Democratic Party assembles in Philadelphia, the dust may or may not have cleared from the Republican fireworks in Cleveland, Ohio.

Dress rehearsal

As the Democratic Party assembles in Philadelphia, the dust may or may not have cleared from the Republican fireworks in Cleveland, Ohio.

Controversy marks GOP convention; battles expected on floor and in street

It’s been one year since the Republican Party began in earnest its strategy to retake the White House. And while the presumptive nominee was not who most people believed would hoist the mantle of party leader, the GOP is set ...

Controversy marks GOP convention; battles expected on floor and in street

It’s been one year since the Republican Party began in earnest its strategy to retake the White House. And while the presumptive nominee was not who most people believed would hoist the mantle of party leader, the GOP is set ...

Climate change initiatives fast become models of conservation

The news cycle naturally waxes and wanes, but one constant within the flow of information is public health.

Blacks and Gun Control: A tale of two opinions

As has become commonplace, after the recent mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub, which left 49 people dead and 53 injured—notably the worst incidence of U.S. domestic terrorism to date (aside from the mass killings of Black slaves and other ...

Independence Day celebrations are ingrained in the fabric of America

Independence Day marks the second of America’s beloved summer celebrations, each replete with backyard cookouts, beach parties, and family and friends who relish the long weekend and workday reprieve.

A Trump White House

According to a new poll released by Quinnipiac University, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are deadlocked less than a month before the Democratic and Republican presidential conventions.

United front: LGBT community takes on latest challenges to secure rights

The milestone events which have occurred within the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community command both worldwide distinction and national recognition.