Management company of apartment complex accused them of being tied to “criminal or wrongful activity” Residents in a California apartment complex are set to be evicted from their households for allegedly shooting a rap video in May “with lyrics espousing gang violence.” Advertisements
When a construction crew erected a tall fence around the Los Angeles plaza where Nipsey Hussle‘s store The Marathon Clothing sits, the online questions began. But people would soon get answers, first from the owner of the plaza, then from the mother of Hussle’s son Lauren London.
Photo: San Luis Obispo Police Department Authorities charged a California man with hate crimes upon finding a cache of weapons and ammunition in his home, after he was accused of sending threatening greeting cards to his non-white neighbors.
Meanwhile, research shows that Black students thrive in tangible ways when they have at least one teacher who looks like them. Students earning degrees at Pasadena City College participate in the graduation ceremony in Pasadena, California on June 14, 2019.
The 34-year-old rapper was shot and killed on March 31. More details are coming out about Nipsey Hussle who was fatally shot on March 31 outside of his Marathon Clothing store. Sadly, his final words were, “You got me,” to the alleged killer, 29-year-old Eric Holder, according to court docs.
California could become the first state to protect Black employees and students from hair-based discrimination, thanks to recently proposed legislation. The CROWN Act, which seeks to banish policies that punish Black folks for their hairstyles, got the green light in the state Senate in April and could be voted on in the state Assembly…