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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.

The 44 pobladores arriving in Los Angeles in 1781 were 11 mulatto and mestizo families — including children. The majority were mulatto. The truth of

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Trumputin: If his concessions to Vladimir Putin aren't traitorous, then what are they and why is the world upside down? The 45th POTUS, of whom

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Donnie Campbell created the iconic street dance called the “Campbell Lock,” that defined “‘ol’ skool” street dancing in the 1970s at joints like Mavericks

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Some foolish Christians misapply the Bible claiming through their faith, God will honor anything they ask People exercise faith in God all the time. Faith

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Traitorous breach? President Trump infamously disclosed the whereabouts of highly secretive US nuclear submarines The secret sidebar by President Trump with Russian head of state

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