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Today, is the first of six services in memoriam of George Floyd, who was killed mercilessly by a Minneapolis police officer. People from all over the world are here….. Rev. Al Sharpton will give the eulogy

Present day consciousness finds us on a path of cultural resurrection. Institutions of African American Arts and Culture are undoubtedly of essential value to communities across the nation. We will discuss the importance of maintaining institutions, the challenges and successes of these institutions, what is the place of these institutions in telling our story. Of […]

Long Beach, CA – Today, the City of Long Beach announced that offices, places of worship and in-person retail may reopen, with restrictions, in alignment with the State of California and Los Angeles County. “Our mom and pop retailers, boutiques, and places of worship need our support, and it’s time for them to safely reopen,” […]

A black man says he asked a white woman in Central Park to put her dog on a leash. Then video shows her calling police and telling emergency operators that the man was threatening her and her dog. The woman, who has been identified as Amy Cooper, has apologized. But by Tuesday afternoon she was […]

In her TED x Berlin >> CHANGE YOUR CHANNEL << Mallence shared a truth that not only deeply resonated with people across the globe, but many felt compelled to share. Her TED x was independently translated into more than 5 languages and became a social media phenomena that was shared over 20 million times via various social media platforms, raising global awareness via a sensational grass -roots movement. […]

COvid 19 has cancelled a summer of leisure. Our beloved festivals, concerts and gatherings of any size have been cancelled or postponed. The leisure consumer is hurt. The promoters/producers of these festivals have had to be creative and ingenious in how to handle this unprecedented situation. And so we talk about it with Rich Sherman, […]

On May 20, the California Assembly Public Safety Committee approved a bill that would make it illegal for first responders to take pictures or record video of a deceased person at the scene of an accident or crime.   Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson (D-Los Angeles) authored the bill, AB 2655, titled the “Invasion of Privacy: First Responders” act.   AB 2655 is one of the few non-coronavirus-related bills that has moved in the legislature since the global pandemic began. Now that the Public Safety Committee has approved […]

The City’s response to COVID 19 has been exemplerary, so we pause to talk with a key City official to hear how his district has responded, We’ll hear about plans for recovery. And we’ll discuss the hot potatoe issue of reopening….. And so we’ve invited the Honorable Long Beach City Councilman Al Austin to sip […]

Streaming live on Youtube This is so exciting. The entertainment industries are finally publically recognizing the power of contemporary African Music. Something that the author of this piece has recognized since going to Africa on an annual journey to the Capetown Jazz Festival. We have long know that the potency o contemporary music originating on […]

Our team from the next generation of pop culture analysts get together this Sunday to discuss the merits of new school music vs. old school…. Listen, watch and share as Queen Ex, Amber Cade, DJ Deuxz and DJ Trey Money debate the best (and worst) of music from then and now.


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