The festival along Degnan Boulevard will feature five stages with live music, workshops, panel discussions, children activities, and vendors.
The Black-owned coffee shop will host a special edition of their monthly vendor pop-up sidewalk series.
Check out South LA Cafe owners’ reaction to a huge surprise!
Cathedral High School track athletes hold national a state leading times.
The Baldwin Hills and Inglewood native’s “Black Like Me” and “Whip My Hair” performance videos have gone viral on social media. She recently was named the first recipient of the $25,000 Mabel Fairbanks Skatingly Yours Fund.
Rams team photographer Jeff Lewis, a View Park resident, photographs passionate Rams fans in their communities.
South Los Angeles native and Inglewood resident Brett C.S. Roberts published a book that gives tips on how to travel the world on a budget.
The Hawaiian Islands offer perfect year round weather with it’s amazing beaches, beautiful sunsets and spectacular sights. Maui is one of the most popular destinations.
New Orleans is a predominately Black city that features amazing live music, art, and food. Sunday second line parades, jazz lounges, and art studios showcases the city’s culture.
LaTanya Letcher was able to see spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and snow-capped mountains as she traveled through Northern California, Oregon, and Washington.
Cooper has seen people make physical and emotional transformations by attending her Saturday morning classes in Inglewood.
Gyms are still closed, so many people are getting together for large group rides and joining cycling clubs in the greater Los Angeles area.
With soaring childhood obesity rates, the American Heart Association and the NFL Foundation are training Inglewood 5th graders to pass the FitnessGram assessment test.
Brown’s musical career has been greatly influenced by her upbringing in South Los Angeles.
Garner has written movies for the OWN Network and Netflix, and now she is working as a producer on upcoming projects.
The event features 140 films from 18 countries, 10 panels and special events
Community Build, Inc. showcases a retrospective exhibit showcasing over 100 pictures, memorabilia, and documents on emancipation, civil rights, Motown and the presidency of Barack Obama.
Sausedo, who grew up in Jefferson Park and Arlington Heights, uses his sales and marketing background to raise funds for Community Build’s programs.
The community organization provides daily activities for children who are at risk of joining gangs.
Black business owners can obtain information online about grants, loans, and how to secure contracts with major corporations and government agencies.
The L.A. Black Investors Club and Sip & Sonder host this quarterly competition.
The Baldwin Hills native became a real estate agent as she was looking to become a homeowner.
The non-profit organization gives scholarships to students heading to universities, community colleges, and trade schools.
Inglewood native Asha Grant has raised over $80,000 through GoFundMe to open a bookstore on Queen Street, just off of Market Street.
Rick Burton created a mobile restaurant that gives his customers a lounge type experience.
This Mid City restaurant on Pico Boulevard is Chef Alisa Reynolds’ infusion of soul food and American comfort food from a Los Angeles perspective.
The tea bar is a community hub that has healthy tea and amazing desserts.
Local designer Tauska Trusaun-Kennedy specializes in ADUs; building tiny homes and converting garages into living quarters.
“It’s amazing what framing does to a piece of art.” -Dennis DeLoach, owner of DB International Framing
This View Park-Windsor Hills store features furniture, art, and jewelry.
The Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center in Leimert Park created a path for Christopher Powe to go to college.
The Inglewood venue holds plays, concerts, and workshops for actors.
This free program gives young musicians of color a chance to play in a classical music orchestra in their own community.
The Black-owned beauty supply store has locations in South Los Angeles, Inglewood, and Compton.
The Inglewood adult boutique specializes in promoting sexual health and well-being while improving communication between partners.
The downtown warehouse sells Divine Nine, HBCU, and Masonic merchandise.
As the city continues to create housing for homeless people and move away from tent encampments, there is a need to connect people in need with resources.
Local politicians discuss how a Joe Biden/Kamala Harris administration will impact Black people locally.
Voting yes on Proposition 16 would allow state agencies to use race and gender for education, public employment, and contracting.
UCLA’s Black student population was greatly diminished when Proposition 209 was passed, ending affirmative action in California in 1996.
The non-profit organization creates a “party experience” to attract local voters.
Breathe Again with TM is helping people overcome the health issues brought on by trauma and stress.
Most stutterers grow out of the speech disorder as children. For people who do not, pursuing higher education and certain career paths can be difficult, but not impossible.
Pastor Geremy Dixon believes that supporting foster care children could “reduce the homeless population, prison population, human trafficking population, and those who are drug addicted.”
The Leimert Park wellness store has teas, herbal remedies, organic body care, haircare products, candles, incense, and more.
South Los Angeles artists are invited to submit their artwork for a chance to win $1,000!
The local artist showcases Black communities in a positive light through his murals.
As the California African American Museum’s Fall 2019 season kicks off this month, the museum continues to use lively events with DJs and food trucks to attract younger people to the museum.
The Paul Robeson Studio on Crenshaw Blvd. has camera, sound, and lighting equipment for video and photography projects.
Freeman, an Inglewood native, will complete her Bachelor of Science dgree in Nutrition in 2021 and she will pursue a Master of Science degree in Dietetics.
DeVeaux, a South Los Angeles native, has worked on blockbuster films, with major corporations, and with celebrities such as Dave Chappelle and Ice Cube.
Los Angeles Standard Camera Club members took photos around Los Angeles as people followed stay-at-home orders.
Omar McGee is providing his clients with excellent auto services without them having to step foot on a dealership lot.
The owners of The Metaphor Club created this monthly classic car meetup show to support Black-owned businesses.
Stevo Ward is the go-to-guy to make a car a head-turner.
The days of heading down to the dealership and haggling with a salesperson are nearly over.
The 12-week NXT LVL paid-intern program teaches young adults digital marketing, SEO, graphic design, creative editing, emerging tech, campaign management, media buying, audience research, and more.
Frazier is bringing virtual reality technology into classrooms to give students a more effective learning experience.
Griffin, a Grambling State University grad, is helping HBCUs monetize their intellectual property.
The Butlers, both buisness owners from Los Angeles, held their wedding in New Orleans.