Sabrina Hooks was the victim of a hate crime.

Lesbian Woman Brutally Assaulted in Los Angeles Hate Crime

by Zahara Hill

A lesbian woman was viciously attacked by a group of five people at a Los Angeles Jack in the Box restaurant. 26-year-old Sabrina Hooks... Read More

Martell, Jhené Aiko Encourage Us to Bring Cognac H.O.M.E.

Martell, Jhené Aiko Encourage Us to Bring Cognac H.O.M.E.

by Shantell E. Jamison

On Thursday, the classic cognac brand, Martell, introduced the world of H.O.M.E. to the masses at a private mansion party in Hollywood Hills. In... Read More

{RECAP} EBONY’s 2017 Women Up Los Angeles Brunch

{RECAP} EBONY’s 2017 Women Up Los Angeles Brunch

by Lynn Cooper

EBONY in collaboration with global hospitality leader, Hilton recently saluted the achievements of Black women in sports during the “ Women Up ” brunch. The second event... Read More

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Los Angeles Street to Be Named After Former President Obama

by #teamEBONY

A Los Angeles boulevard will soon bear the name of our nation’s 44th president. ABC reports that in honor of former President Barack Obama,... Read More

Women In Film, Los Angeles Celebrates 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards Nominees

Women In Film, Los Angeles Celebrates 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards Nominees

by Aramide Tinubu

Since 1977, Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF LA) has annually honored outstanding women in the entertainment industry. These are women who lead by... Read More

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LeBron James’ L.A. Home Vandalized

by #teamEBONY

The Los Angeles-based home of NBA star LeBron James was the target of a hate crime. According to ESPN, Los Angeles police were called... Read More

I Was There: The LA Riots, 25 Years Later

I Was There: The LA Riots, 25 Years Later

by Chante Griffin

I lived through the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. Whole parts of my city vanished. The beauty shop that my mom and I frequented every... Read More

In Our Cities: Dignity and Power Now Fights Police Corruption, Mass Incarceration in LA

In Our Cities: Dignity and Power Now Fights Police Corruption, Mass Incarceration in LA

by Mariel Turner

Patrisse Cullors knows firsthand how the prison-industrial complex can affect families in Los Angeles. The 33-year-old’s brother and father were in and out of... Read More

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In Our Cities: Watts Residents Find Food, Family at Hawkins House of Burgers

by Mariel Turner

With the arrival of cooking apps, food blogs and meal delivery services it can be difficult to make a lasting impact in today’s food... Read More

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In Our Cities: The California African American Museum Redefines Black History in Los Angeles

by Mariel Turner

The Black experience in Los Angeles has been defined by misunderstood stereotypes for years—gang wars, drive-by shootings, broken families—but curators at the California African... Read More