Month: September 2020
Group celebrates with an official remix of the classic “September” One of my favorite groups in life is the immortal Earth Wind and Fire. And today, I am so pleased to reflect on this band’s greatness as it is Earth Wind and Fire Day. What’s that? Earth Wind and Fire has a day? Well of […]
Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media America is still healing from several violent murders of unarmed Black men and women at the hands of law enforcement officers across the country. But that climate in the country, volatile and fraught with distrust and disagreement, did not stop members of the California Correctional Peace Officer Association […]
Our voice is raised in such a time as this….. Everywhere we look, the people are saying We want justice. We want equality. Yes, The Struggle continues. Historically, the Black Church is an essential element in our Movement. Yet these days we hear the term “Evangelicals” in the lexicon of today’s social dialogue. For those […]
Beach City Radio is the proud Media Sponsor for the Los Angeles Black Business Expo. We are so happy to have welcomed him onto Coffee Conversations with Greg J. And yes indeed, did he drop knowledge… did he inspire…. did he inform!!! Check it out right here!
Following the murder of Nathaniel Julius, a teenager with Down’s syndrome, by police, militants burned tires, erected barricades, threw stones at police and damaged a police station in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nathaniel Julius died in a hospital in Johannesburg on Wednesday night, hours after he was shot by the police meters away from his home in […]
Beach City Radio is a proud media sponsor of the Los Angeles Black Business Expo and we are completely honored to present Dr. George Fraser to Coffee Conversations with Greg J for a morning of coffee and dialogue about economic development from a black perspective. This is rich convo and certainly earmarks the fact that […]
Quinci LeGardye | California Black Media In the Aug. 16 premiere of the HBO show “Lovecraft Country,” created by Misha Green and based on the novel of the same name by Matt Ruff, the main characters drive past a sign that reads “[N-word]s, don’t let the sun set on you here. Understand?” Towns that banned African Americans in the mid-20th century would, either formally or informally, put […]