Michael Lynch honored as a coach, mentor, father figure & friend at price

February 26, 2015

By Jevone Moore 

LAWT Contributor 

Head Coach Michael Lynch has hit 500 won with The Price Knights basketball program recently.

 

Lynch, has been making noise in the... Read more...

UCLA officials ramps up outreach to potentially infected patients

February 26, 2015

 

City News Service 

 

Officials at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center continued outreach efforts as of February 20, to patients potentially affected by a “superbug” outbreak... Read more...

Critics Say GOP Education Reform Would Hurt Poor and Black Students

February 26, 2015

 

By Freddie Allen 

NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent 

 

As the Republican-led Congress prepares to update the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), civil... Read more...

Undoing the Damage; “Freeway: Crack in the System” a must see exploration into rebuilding the human condition

February 26, 2015

 

By Kymberli Weed Brady 

Spending the weekend with the cast and crew of "Freeway Crack in the System" at the Pan African Film Festival was in one word, enlightening and yet another... Read more...

Historic March for Justice Brings Together Community Leaders, Ezell Ford’s Family

February 26, 2015

 

Staff and Wire Report 

More than 1,000 enthusiastic advocates for  Black unity, peace and justice marched from Denker Ave. and King Blvd. to Leimert Park on Crenshaw Blvd on a cloudy... Read more...

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The History of Labor Unions; Recognizing African Americans involvement in labor equality and union diversity

The History of Labor Unions; Recognizing African Americans involvement in labor equality and union diversity

February 26, 2015   By Amen Oyiboke  LAWT Contributing Writer       Los Angeles’ African American labor work centers and unions can proudly...

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Election schedule ads removed

Election schedule ads removed

February 26, 2015   City News Service       Members of a campaign in support of two measures on the current city ballot said they plan to edit...

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February 19, 2015   By Kenneth D. Miller  Assistant Managing Editor    The first ever Open Division for the Los Angeles City Section was designed...

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Robin Thicke Denies Copying

Robin Thicke Denies Copying

February 26, 2015   City News Service      Robin Thicke told a Los Angeles federal jury this week that he never copied elements of a nearly four-decade-old...

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