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.
Hurling broadsides publicly not the right course
Why are two of Black America’s foremost intellectuals flogging it out in a blog? Dr. Cornell West and
COMMENTARY: "The media’s biased reporting only fuels racial strife and misunderstanding by widening the already huge gulf of ignorance between Blacks and Whites"
COMMENTARY: ‘Mother Up,’ Man Up; turn off the public discourse and infuse Lamar, Jr. with love, care and affection
Now that a judge has ruled
Commentary calls for serious public dialogue about policies governing traffic stops, pat downs, car searches and curb sitting
INGLEWOOD—Traffic stops by police in urban communities
Wal-Mart ‘Super Store’ coming to Compton, creating 300 jobs and boosting local economy
COMPTON --- At a town hall meeting packed with his constituents, City