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“Wade in the Water: A Journey into Black Surfing and Aquatic Culture” explores the history of Black surfing from Africa to the United States while local Black surfing organizations are promoting the sport, hosting free lessons, and celebrating Black beach culture.  

Walking Rich: A Story of Perseverance. The Inglewood native and Tuskegee University graduate has not allowed a disability to slow him down.

DDP is alive and thriving after a successful Dorsey High School football season.

South Los Angeles track athlete Breanna Clark and Inglewood swimmer Jamal Hill will be competing in the Paralympic Games; View Park resident Arthur Lewis reminisces on the three Paralympic Games that he competed in.    

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.

We can all learn a lot about finding our passion, working hard to become excellent at it, and mending relationships from the life of Kobe Bryant.

Inglewood native Jamal Hill, who suffers from a muscle disorder, is motivating others to be their best while he trains for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Games.

Speed coach Christopher Mack trains many of his young athletes at Jackie Robinson Stadium in Rancho Cienega Sports Complete. Photo by Jason Lewis

Coach Mack has sent more than 50 high school athletes to college by dramatically increasing their speed.

Eric Yarber started out playing football at Crenshaw High School and made it all the way to the NFL. He’s now the Los Angeles Rams’ wide receiver coach. Photos by Jeff Lewis/Los Angeles Rams

Yarber grew up as a huge Los Angeles Rams fan, and now he is the team’s wide receivers coach.