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Gay Men’s Chorus fundraiser to honor Abraham

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, one of the country’s longest-running and largest LGBTQ arts organizations, will have some...

Coaches’ jobs already on the line at Pac 12 media day

SPORTS DIGEST By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer Most sports fans have turned their focus to Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games — a year late, but...

This Week in Black History

July 23, 1962 Georgia native Jackie Robinson, the first black player to play Major League Baseball in the modern era, becomes the first black person...

Organization provides mentors for at-risk young people

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer Ken Martinet, the president and CEO of Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles County, was honored recently...

Community organizations to receive Super Bowl legacy grants

Wave Staff Report INGLEWOOD — The committee that will stage next February’s Super Bowl with the National Football league has recognized 56 community and nonprofits...

After five years, Reshanda Gray finds WNBA home

By Sue Favor Contributing Writer Former Washington High School standout Reshanda Gray seems to have finally found a pro basketball home, after several seasons of uncertainty. The...

This Week in Black History

July 18, 1863 The 54th Massachusetts volunteer army, composed of free black men, charges Fort Wagner in Charleston, S.C. The attack, featured in the film...

Black woman teaches others how to live with ADHD

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer René Brooks has been living with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) ever since she was diagnosed with the condition at...

Ohtani shines in the All Star Game spotlight

By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer The summer doldrums for sports are here. Baseball, with the exception of all-star activities, is taking most of the week off.   We’re...

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