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AFRICAN IN AMERICA NEW ORLEANS FRENCH QUARTERS

Visiting the historical city of La “Nouvelle-Orléans” or better know today as New Orleans “The Big Easy”; I found myself in ways going back in time coming from Inglewood California where so much of the early history of the 13 Colonies began in the South before moving North or to my hometown out west. My […]

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THE LEGACY OF NAT TURNER AND THE 1831 SOLAR ECLIPSE SLAVE REBELLION|BIRTH OF A NATION

Nat Turner was the leader of a violent slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia, in 1831.   QUOTES “I saw white spirits and black spirits engaged in battle, and the sun was darkened—the thunder rolled in the heavens, and blood flowed in streams.” —Nat Turner Synopsis Nat Turner, born into slavery on October 2, 1800, […]

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END EXPLOITATION OF AFRICA BY THE WESTERN WORLD

SAVING AFRICA: ENDING COLONIALISM AND THE EXPLOITATION OF AFRICA BY THE WESTERN WORLD  AFRICAN IN AMERICA NETWORK Mallence Bart-Williams was born in Cologne, Germany. She is a Sierra Leonean writer and filmmaker and a German fashion designer. She pursued her studies in economics and finance in Paris, Singapore, and Great Britain. Today she lives across the […]

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AFRICAN IN AMERICA NETWORK ATLANTA, GA 2017

African in America Network Travels to Atlanta Georgia for the 2017 Nike EYBL Session #3, and visits Alton Pitre at Morehouse College. California Supreme 17U EYBL: Standing Room Only, Atlanta GA 2017 California Supreme 17U EYBL travel’s to Atlanta, GA for the 2017 Nike EYBL Session #3. This non live viewing period turned out to […]

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CALIFORNIA SUPREME BASKETBALL: HAMPTON, VA 17U EYBL SESSION #1 [2017] – THE UNDERDOG STORY

CALIFORNIA SUPREME ELITE 17U EYBL – Shareef O’Neal [Right], and Bol Manute Bol [LEFT] lead the way for California Supreme’s first EYBL session in Hampton Virginia advancing to 3-1 overall, and looking to improve heading into EYBL Session #2 in Indiana. Shareef O’Neal, and Bol Bol have a unique feat both being the sons of […]

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AFRICAN IN AMERICA VISITS COMPTON AIRSHOW

  Woodley Airport Airshow/2017 Colonel C. S. Smith landed in an open field near the town of Compton in June 1924. Colonel Smith felt the field, owned by the local school board, would make an ideal airport location and negotiated for the airport’s founding. Between 1924 and 1936 the airport and its land passed through […]

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Long Live Coach Dwan Hurt – Serra Legend Tribute

Gardena California Junipero Serra was hit with a tragedy losing one of its native sons in former student athlete, Dean, mentor, and long time Varsity Basketball Coach Dwan Hurt on Friday; who passed away through heart complications. This video was captured within the past few weeks of Coach Hurt, staff, and the Serra Cavaliers varsity […]

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McAuliffe High School Dominates 50-0 Halftime

McAuliffe High School week 4 Match up against Firebaugh HS ends with a 50-0 Halftime score, forcing the home team to forfeit competition. The Mustangs have a very talented group of young men that are proving to the world after being sentenced to serve Juvenile Camp sentences that they deserve to be recognized playing their […]

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DANEZ WORLD INTERVIEW |ALTON PITRE

Juvenile justice ambassador Alton Pitre visits Danez World radio station on Homegrown.net to address the recent incidents of unarmed Black men Alton Sterling and Philando Castile who were unjustly killed by police officers. The Jungle native also shares his raw thoughts and insight of gang life in Los Angeles and what he believes should be […]

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Dorsey Baseball vs. Crenshaw Varsity Baseball 2016

DORSEY BASEBALL VS. RIVAL CRENSHAW VARSITY 2016 The Dorsey Dons baseball team won Tuesday’s home conference game against rival school Crenshaw by a score of 10-0. GAME FILM RECAP BELOW:

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AFRICAN IN AMERICA NETWORK[A.i.A] – THE COST OF LIVING [IMPROVISATIONAL FILM]

Richard “Dick” Gregory – [OCT 12, 1932 – AUG 19, 2017] – African civil rights activist, comedian, and Entrepreneur

Richard “Dick” Gregory – [OCT 12, 1932 – AUG 19, 2017] – African civil rights activist, comedian, and Entrepreneur