Community Build partnered with the Los Angeles Public Library for a screening of “The Fire This Time,” which highlighted the issues that led to the 1992 Uprising.
An elevated, automated people mover will connect to Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX line in downtown Inglewood and travel to the Forum, SoFi Stadium, and the Clippers’ arena when it is complete.
Fisk University will become the first HBCU to have a gymnastics program, giving Black gymnasts an opportunity to attend a Black college.
Twyman is tasked with managing the information that goes out to the media and the public.
The View Park resident started out shooting local sports and worked his way up to the NFL.
Yarber grew up as a huge Los Angeles Rams fan, and now he is the team’s wide receivers coach.
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 an increase in Black surfers since he took up the activity and he believes that getting over a fear of the ocean would bring more Black people to surfing.
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.
South Los Angeles native Eric Craig’s YouTube series takes a historical look into local communities.
The Stocker Street Creative will bring a film studio to Baldwin Hills. This Black-led project will feature 50,000 square feet of sound stage studio space, community rooms, and restaurants.
Jazz and blues legend Barbara Morrison, a South Los Angeles icon, passes away at the age of 72.
There will be Juneteenth events in the Los Angeles and Inglewood throughout the weekend, including the return of the Kingdom Day Parade.
This group of Black mothers helps each other as they seek resources for their families.
The free Saturday night dance party takes place in front of the Vision Theater.
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.
Attorney Almuhtada Smith is helping local Black founders take their businesses to the next level.
With billions of development dollars pouring into the Crenshaw District, discussions are taking place to ensure that new development adds value to existing residents rather than displacing them.
This event features an incredible line-up of panelists, moderators, and facilitators to discuss topics such as business, technology, education, politics, art, and entertainment.
The BCIF raises money through community donations and reinvests the funds to small Black-owned businesses.
These mentoring programs help Black students succeed academically and in life.
The youth center steers children away from gangs with their college-ready programs that emphasize STEM fields. It recently received vital funds to install bullet-resistant glass and Kevlar into the walls of the building to protect the children from stray bullets.
The library on Jefferson Boulevard just west of Arlington Avenue features books by radical Black, Brown, and Indigenous authors.
Both vegans and non vegans enjoy the plant-based cuisine at Azla Ethiopian Vegan, which is on Leimert Boulevard, just south of 43rd Street.
Vanessa Punche turned her coffee truck into a Mid City brick and mortar coffee shop on Redondo Boulevard, just south of Pico Boulevard.
Inglewood sisters open this wine bar on La Brea Avenue, just north of Centinela Avenue, which features the largest selection of Black-owned wines in California.
The grocery store has the same quality and name-brand items as mainstream grocery stores.
Local designer Tauska Trusaun-Kennedy specializes in ADUs; building tiny homes and converting garages into living quarters.
The Where Art Can Occur Theater Center provides a space for artists of African descent to showcase their work. The theater company will be placing a bid to become the operator of the Vision Theater in Leimert Park.
The Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center in Leimert Park created a path for Christopher Powe to go to college.
The Boutique retail store at the Westfield Culver City Mall has over 80 Black-owned brands.
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.
CD10, which has one of the largest Black populations in Los Angeles, does not have any voting power on the City Council and many residents are demanding proper representation.
Newsom discusses issues such as the pandemic, education, economy, homelessness, criminal justice reform, and how the handling of those issues will dramatically change if the recall is successful.
Neighborhood Councils are a place where community members can participate in the political process and work to impact their local communities.
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.
After hosting a vaccination event, the two organizations will host two free events on Sunday, June 26 at the L.A. Alpha House in View Park.
Residents who do not drive are more likely to miss health-care appointments, so the ride-share program is helping them get to vaccination sites.
The Leimert Park health store expanded their location to deliver more healthy products designed for their Black customer base.
Master printer Von Thomas creates museum quality custom color and black and white prints.
This Black-owned photography and video studio is on Crenshaw Boulevard, just south of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Black artists showcase and sell their artwork at this local art gallery.
South Los Angeles artists are invited to submit their artwork for a chance to win $1,000!
Vaughn was a star athlete on Dorsey High School’s football and track teams. Now he’s starting a rewarding career as a firefighter.
The South Los Angeles non-profit organization partners with Coastal Health to train health workers to retrofit the workplace environment.
The Paul Robeson Studio on Crenshaw Blvd. has camera, sound, and lighting equipment for video and photography projects.
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.
Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation partnered with Best Buy, the Annenberg Foundation, and Greater LA Education Foundation to create a center that has a computer lab and recording studio.
The Watts native has opened LA Create Space, a co-working space in Inglewood which features an audio and video production studio.
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.
The Butlers, both buisness owners from Los Angeles, held their wedding in New Orleans.