Cheers Uncategorized West Edition

CHEERS!

Kelly Lytle Hernandez, a professor of history and African American Studies at UCLA, has been awarded the 2018 John Hope Franklin Prize for best published book in American Studies. The book, “City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles, 1771-1965,” offers a history of mass incarceration and immigration debates. Read More…

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BOOK CORNER: Author shows readers how to react against racist acts

Incidents of racial profiling have been an issue for policy makers and African Americans for decades. False 911 calls and misleading reports of criminal wrongdoings add more fuel to the issue. In his new e-book, “Fighting Back! A Citizen’s Guide to Combatting Racist Acts,” political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson provides a detailed series of practical Read More…