The network has won prestigious awards for presenting positive, community-based stories.
While gentrification is impacting South Los Angeles and Inglewood, Nipsey Hussle was a symbol of Black people investing in their own communities.
View Park resident and Los Angeles Rams lead photographer Jeff Lewis discusses how Kobe Bryant influenced his career.
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.
Boys and girls from the AYSO South Los Angeles Region 1031 are dominating on the soccer field and the program’s coaches are instilling confidence and pride in their student-athletes.
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.
The View Park gym features strength and cardio training, yoga, dance, boxing, and meditation.
This co-op performs repairs, assists people in repairing their own bikes, and sells new bicycles.
The View Park-Windsor Hills health center promotes physical activity, mental health, and spiritual awareness.
Black Hollywood Education & Resource Center and Restoration Stage brings the musical to the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center.
The film festival showcases independent films and has workshops for filmmakers of all experience levels. February 21-23 at L.A. Live.
The festival returns to the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza February 11-23.
Leimert Park resident John Jackson created this monthly event to create better interaction among community members.
The Leimert Park organization creates a festive environment while educating the community.
This creative space brings together artist, musicians, entrepreneurs, and community members from all walks of life.
The podcast is designed to discuss issues that affect South Los Angeles communities.
The inaugural conference brought together Black entrepreneurs from business, tech, education, politics, art, and entertainment.
The coworking space is a cultural hub that encourages entrepreneurs in the memory of Vector90 co-founder Nipsey Hussle.
The Teen Vogue Summit will be held November 1-3 in Hollywood.
The creators of College Connect 101 are putting a greater focus on helping students with their financial aid packages.
The two-day summit at L.A. Live will address the existing pipeline problem within STEM fields.
Through their yearly golf tournament, the sorority helps high school and college students pursue their higher education goals.
Chef Kyndra McCrary created a menu to give people great tasting and healthy food options.
This coffee shop is a safe space for people of color, long-term residents, new residents, and it is also a cultural hub where the history of the community is felt.
This club brings wine enthusiasts together while educating people who are learning about the beverage.
The Leimert Park Village eateries offer a taste of Caribbean life.
The workshops teach people how to remove grass turf and replace it with sustainable landscaping, which can save money and water.
The local photographer and painter uses evidence based design to create calming artwork.
View Park resident Kevin Washington recently launched his inaugural collection.
Lumpkin built the garden at 54th Street Elementary School and she has been sharing her craft with the community for decades.
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.
Faithful Central Bible Church’s dance company delivers amazing performances while teaching people of all ages the art of dance.
The men’s skincare company makes beard oils, lotions, body washes, and moisturizers.
The salon has an Afro-centric environment while they create artistic hair designs.
In recent years several Black-owned cigar lounges have opened, allowing people to stay within their own communities to enjoy one of their favorite pastimes.
The Mid City boutique features hand-picked, one-of-a-kind pieces.
There are 21 Measure HHH projects under construction in Los Angeles, and there are nearly 150 supportive housing projects that are either already under construction or approved for funding.
Goodmon does not want to be the last Black man in Leimert Park (or South L.A.), so he’s looking for community members to join the fight against gentrification.
The first of four South Los Angeles sites will serve as a supportive housing facility for 100 individuals experiencing or transitioning from homelessness.
The Association of Black Women Physicians participates in local community service events and supports medical students.
The American Heart Association’s program has educated children about healthy diets by teaching them how to grow their own fruits and vegetables.
The group walks around the second level of the mall early in the morning.
Free holistic workshops, entertainment and health screenings geared for the body, mind and soul. Wellness fair is held on May 26.
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.
Wise decisions led Jackson from the Nickerson Gardens housing projects to becoming an urban planner in Inglewood.
Many candidates take advantage of this free physical fitness program before they make it to the police academy.
The Inglewood native was mentored by firefighters when he was younger, and now he’s encouraging others to join the service.
The college recently broke ground on a facility that will help students obtain jobs in the food industry.
Free club for photographers and videographers of all skill levels. Meets every third Tuesday in View Park-Windsor Hills.
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.
Technology has a major impact on the music industry, and it has helped Universal Music's Chris Ayears manage artists and get music to the masses.
Parker works as a gameplay engineer at Riot Games, which is one of the largest video game studios in the world.
Entrepreneurs Nannearl Brown and Nicole Hollis are using technology to ensure that all women, with a focus on women of color, can easily find beauty products that work for them.
Technology is transforming every type of business. Entrepreneurs can learn how to take advantage of the tech wave and how to finance their businesses by attending Plug in South Los Angeles’ Urban Tech Connect Conference on May 16 at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center.
The Butlers, both buisness owners from Los Angeles, held their wedding in New Orleans.