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Jarrette Fellows, Jr. is Publisher and Editor of Compton Herald. He attended junior and senior high school in Compton, and is an alumnus of California State University, Los Angeles.

Compton Herald | Black Mexico

The research, soul immersion, writing, and the engaging feedback received from numerous readers made this series one of the most rewarding journalistic endeavors of

Compton Herald | Afro-Mex cuisine

African slaves brought culinary traditions that eventually infused a rich tradition called Afro-Mex cuisine.

Compton Herald | Zambo

Zambo is a term of Spanish origin describing Latin Americans of mixed African and Amerindian racial descent.

Compton Herald | Pío Pico

The legacy of Mexican California's final governor is enshrined in street names, schools, parks, and businesses across Southern California.

Compton Herald | Building Los Angeles

The original pobladores were rewarded by the provincial Mexican government for their sacrifice and hardship in helping forge Pueblo de Los Angeles