FamilySearch, the world’s largest genealogical organization, is hoping to change how African-Americans understand their legacy.
Two fliers put out to residents at an apartment complex in Irvine calling for African-American residents to keep their noise level down at night has gone viral on social media.
Huge crowds took part in a parade and cultural fair in Anaheim Saturday commemorating the 35th Annual Black History Month.
The 38th annual KwanZaa Gwaride parade made its way down Crenshaw Boulevard Friday, marking the start of the seven-day African-American festival of Kwanzaa.
Southland civil rights leaders were expected to urge Los Angeles school board officials to appoint a new superintendent that will be “sensitive” to the needs of African-American students.
A bill authored by a Pasadena lawmaker that encourages schools to teach about the historical significance of Barack Obama becoming the nation’s first African-American president is now California law.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department has named its first-ever African American female battalion chief.
The union representing Los Angeles police officers has elected its first African-American board member.
For a better appreciation of the spirit of South Los Angeles, it’s worth checking out the California African American Museum at Exposition Place.
Two Latino gang members Thursday pleaded guilty to federal hate crimes connected to a reportedly racially motivated New Year’s Eve attack in Compton.
Racist graffiti targeting African American students was discovered on walls at Agoura High School over the past few days.
An African American family sued Disneyland after the actor who portrayed the White Rabbit character from “Alice in Wonderland” allegedly refused to hug or touch their children because of their skin color.
Two Latino men suspected of being in a gang have been arrested for allegedly directing a series of hate crimes against an African-American family in Compton.
Award-winning songwriter, recording artist and host Bettina Bush stopped by KCAL9 Friday to tell viewers about the Honor Your Heroes campaign and why it was created!
While it is reported that 94% or more of African-Americans support President Barack Obama over Mitt Romney in the upcoming national presidential election, the rarely-spoken question is: Are many African-Americans only voting for Obama because he’s black?