Kawhi Leonard, the L.A. Clippers Foundation and Baby2Baby gives back

The Los Angeles Clippers Foundation have developed a long history of partnering with Schools and multiple community centers around the Los Angeles market. After recently joining the Los Angeles Clippers, Kawhi Leonard proves he fits right in with their community initiatives by assisting the many children in the Southern California market as they return to school for the new school year. Additionally, Baby@baby joined the collaboration to provide additional supplies to the multitude of children in the market.

2019 Back to School Trends With Staples

It’s back to school season. A time where a new pair of shoes gets to come out of it’s box, where backpacks are a big topic of conversation, and most importantly, when stores offer great deals.Currently, Staples, one of the biggest office supply stores in the nation, is not only offering a plethora of trendy school supplies but a few major sales and rewards.

Los Angeles Chargers host the New Orleans Saints in inter-squad practice

Two old pals unite when the New Orleans Saints visit the training camp of the Los Angeles Chargers. For the third consecutive season, Drew Brees makes his return to Chargers camp and his young, well not as young, prodigy Phillip Rivers anxiously awaits his arrivals. Having scrimmaged the Los Angeles Rams last week, the Chargers welcomed the New Orleans Saints to Orange Coast College to conduct a joint practice or scrimmage for each team to participate in.

Experiencing the Desert’s Hidden Gems

After a long work week, it was a great time to get away from the Los Angeles city life and tour the desert to see some of the desert’s “hidden gems.” The destination was Palm Springs, CA. 107 miles east of Los Angeles gave a good amount of time to sight see and put Chevy’s 2019 Bolt EV all-electric car to use.

Did Jay Z’s Deal With the NFL Hijack Colin Kaepernick Protesting Efforts?

Rapper and Entertainment mogul Shawn "Jay Z" Carter inked a deal with the NFL last week to amplify their social justice efforts, though many of his fans, along with fans of the NFL, remain unclear as to what this deal means or looks like. Having worn an exclusive Kaepernick jersey on stage during his appearance on Saturday Night Live, Jay-Z has also been instrumental in rappers not performing at the Super Bowl in Atlanta earlier this year. 

Working, But Still Homeless, in California

When Coleen Sykes Ray started an organization with her daughter in 2015 to help homeless women, the Stockton, California resident had no idea she, too, would be homeless four years later. Now, she, her husband and two children live in an Extended Stay America hotel in Stockton. The family pays a costly $610 hotel bill every week as they struggle to find a place to live.

COMMENTARY: Do Americans believe the polls?

“In 2016, the poll numbers were wrong and many of the political experts don’t believe President Donald Trump is 13 per cent behind the Democrats in the numbers in 2019. White people love President Trump and when he speaks the place is sold out. The economy is good, and the president can blow his horn.”

OP-ED: Why I’m Visiting the Border

“I shook hands with a 13 year-old-boy whose mother told him to make eye contact and shake hands firmly. Even in the midst of horrific living conditions and imprisonment, children at the facility are still being taught to treat people with respect, while being treated less than human…” 

Mass Shootings, Widespread Death, White Hatred Permeate America

NNPA NEWSWIRE — According to authorities, Patrick Crusius, the 21-year-old White male identified as the shooter, drove nearly 10 hours from his hometown of Allen, Texas, about 30 miles north of Dallas, to carry out an act of domestic terrorism and a hate crime against the Hispanic community. Mr. Crusius surrendered to police shortly after his reign of terror, leaving many baffled as to why he didn’t take his own life like many mass shooting suspects.