Compton YouthBuild was one of only five programs in California to receive a grant from awards totaling $85 million nationwide. The Compton program was awarded $1.1 million.
Voter apathy would favor council incumbents in Districts 1 and 4 The only hope for Compton in the forthcoming City Council races in Districts 1 and 4 is a new wave of energy – not re-circulation of the same apathy from one election to the next
Corner of Caswell and Claude Avenues, near Burrell-McDonald Park, clearly marred by fractured streets. Mayor Aja Brown ran on a campaign promise in 2013 to repair Compton’s woefully broken and fractured thoroughfares, but six years later into her second term, the terrible disrepair has only
Professor Johnie Scott and student Baraka Mccraw. Courtesy Johnie H. Scott Baraka Mccraw, Compton native son fondly remembered By JOHNIE SCOTT For those of you wondering about the life of Baraka Mccraw, who has inspired so many, let me tell you about him, a young man I first