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L.A. Stands Up For Undocumented Immigrants With $10M Legal Fund
The fund will be ready by Inauguration Day.
D.A. Dismisses Azealia Banks’ Case Against Russell Crowe
According to reports, the D.A. believes Crowe was justified in his actions.
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Get Lit Proves Classic Poetry Isn’t Reserved For Privileged Voices
The Los Angeles non-profit organization is keeping the art form alive with a modern twist.
Red Bull’s ’30 Days In LA’ Came At The Perfect Time In 2016
The annual concert series was needed more than ever this year.
Welcome To Paradise: Homeless Man Flips LA Overpass Into Humble Abode
"This should be a landmark," Ceola Waddell Jr. aka "Mr. Dice" says about his compound located under the 110 Freeway.
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Teacher Faces Expulsion For Telling Students Their Parents Will Be Deported Under Donald Trump
"I would think the kids would do it, but I never thought a teacher would do it."
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Fania Records Expands Legacy With Club And Pop-Up Store
The relaunch of ARMADA FANIA kicks off in New York before heading to the West Coast.
A Daunting Glimpse At America Without Immigrants
"Deporting 11 million immigrants promises to change the fabric of the country for the worst."
Future Will Have A New Pop-Up Shop In Los Angeles Very Soon
LA, get ready for some Future Hive merchandise
“An Ode To Being Blaxican” Shines A Light On An Erased Identity
"You are both, and you don't let nobody tell you different."
Mothers Mourn 14-Year-Old Jesse Romero After He’s Killed By LAPD
Police say the Boyle Heights boy allegedly fired at them while running away.
Latina Muralist Sand One Celebrates Women At The Margins
"I’m here to make money and to put on for other women."
Vans Documentary Captures Latino Punk Rock Scene In East L.A.
"Punk Rock is about perseverance rather than giving up."
Ex-Los Angeles Sanitation Worker Found Guilty In “Grim Sleeper” Murder Spree
In a bizzare murder spree that spanned from 1985 to 1988, Lonnie Franklin Jr. took the lives of many women in the South Los Angeles…
Review: Rihanna’s ‘ANTI’ World Tour Is Something You Have To See To Believe
Rihanna rocked Los Angeles & VIBE was there.
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Barack And Michelle Obama Set Their Focus On The Obama…
The former president and first lady are asking for your help with this endeavor.
President Obama Publishes Heartfelt Goodbye Letter…
After highlighting many of the events that the country endured during the length of his term, Obama commemorated the letter by giving Americans hope for…
Chance The Rapper Spreads Positive Vibes While Taking…
Black Twitter did it again.
Beyonce Shows Her Support For The Women’s March On…
"As #GlobalCitizens, we can make our voices heard and turn awareness into meaningful action and positive change. #WomensMarch," Queen B posted on Facebook.
Spike Lee Cancels Chrisette Michele’s “Black Girl Magic” In…
January 19, 2017 - 4:07 pm
Apparently, Spike Lee isn’t here for Chrisette Michele’s decision to perform at the inauguration.
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