Journalism ethnically is not monolithic; there can be no ‘circling of the wagons’ as objective scrutiny is primary
Journalism by Black publishers in communities across America has always been held to a level different in scope by Black leadership from mainstream journalism since the days of crusading
Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum.
Rancho Adobe Museum Fall UC California Certification course examines natural and cultural state history, and South Bay ecology
RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, Calif (MNS) — The Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum will host a UC California Naturalist Certification Course this fall – Sept. 7 through Dec.
Margie N. Garrett.
Long-time Compton Unified School District Board Trustee, Margie N. Garrett succumbs
CARSON (MNS) — Margie N. Garrett, the veteran Compton Unified School District Board of Trustees member, who served from 2009-2019, has died. Garrett reportedly passed July 24, from a long-standing illness according
The annual World Oil Corp. family event includes food, music, games, raffles, and giveaways. In 2018, local students attending the event received free school supplies and backpacks. Photo courtesy World Oil Corp.
6th annual World Oil Corp. Recycling Community Open House convenes Saturday
COMPTON – World Oil Corp.,
Monument of Native American icon ‘Crazy Horse’ slowly taking shape in Black Hills of South Dakota. Courtesy Caleb Ziolkowski
Monument of Native American icon ‘Crazy Horse’ slowly takes shape in Black Hills of South Dakota
A monument honoring Native American legend Chief Crazy Horse is slowly