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Retired LAPD officer to pen new ‘Eye on Justice’ column

LOS ANGELES – A new editorial column called “Eye on Justice” debuts on the Voices page this week intended to highlight criminal, social or public policy injustices affecting disenfranchised communities throughout Los Angeles and the nation, Wave officials announced this week. Written by retired Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey, the column will expose Read More…

Columnists Opinion

EYE ON JUSTICE: When good cops report bad cops, they often pay a price

As a devout social advocate and an honorably retired sergeant of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), I speak truth to power honestly and candidly with an eye toward justice. And that’s why I’ve made “Eye on Justice” the name of my inaugural column here in The Wave. During my 20-year career with the LAPD, Read More…

Columnists Health Health Matters

HEALTH MATTERS: Woman learns to live with myasthenia gravis

Imagine learning you have an autoimmune disorder that strikes people of all ages, genders and race at any moment in your lifetime. Tameika Isaac Devine was 15 years old when she first heard the words myasthenia gravis (my-us-THEE-nee-uh GRAY-vis) or MG. “I had no idea what that meant,” Devine said. “But I saw the way Read More…