Beach City Perspective

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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 […]

We are shocked as we type this…. Just got word. Chadwick Boseman, the brilliant actor who has etched an indelible image in our hearts with his portrayal as King T’Challa in the block Buster Black Panther, has died. Boseman died at his home in the Los Angeles area with his wife and family by his […]

Thousands have heeded the call from Reverend Al Sharpton to converge on Washington DC and stand against social injustice, police abuse and mrders against black people. We take a look live, and we also look to our friends on the ground in DC…. Rev. KW Tulloss and Pastor Robert D. Bush join us for a […]

Yes!! We’re talking construction!!! These sistas arent involved in taking care of your home repairs, nope, they are building roads bridges, major complexes, disposing hazmat materials.. indeed decision makers and influencers on some of the largest construction projects in the region. Black Women in construction…… we’re talking with Robin Thorne and Giovanna Brasfield about the […]

These are uncertain times. We just dont know what could happen. Fire, Earthquake, civil disturbance, floods… you name it….. Are you ready in the event of disaster? How can you best prepare your household…. ? Make A Plan Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is […]

The community is reflective as time marches toward November. We are talking about the need to observe and analyze local political situations. What does the community want from its local leadership? what about the local electoral capability, mail in or no?so much to chat about. Its an important time. And so we chat with former […]

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Paula J. Shelton is a freelance writer living in Chicago. Follow her on social @beboldshineon. The post OP-ED: Returning to School in the Fall Isn’t Safe Without a Vaccine. appeared first on Chicago Defender. CHICAGO DEFENDER — For CPS employees like myself who work with Preschool children ages 3-5, how are we supposed to ensure they maintain 6 […]

George Floyd may not be the martyr the media has made him in the name of Black Lives Matter, but his death is the last straw, the one that has broken the camel’s back. How impotent you look when you decide to yell at the camel, reprimanding it for its pain.


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