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From silent films to “Malcom & Marie”: History of Black love in movies

Stephanie Ramirez, reporter February 18, 2021

Sam Levinson’s new romantic drama, “Malcolm & Marie,” explores the intensity and fragility of a couple’s most intimate moments and how a revelation of secrets can tear or strengthen the connection...

Author Robert Lee Johnson's book, “Notable Southern Californians in Black History.” The event will take place in the Jack and Florence Ferman presentation room as part of CSUN’s Black History Month events. Photo Courtesy: Robert Lee Johnson.

History repeats itself

Danny Arriaza February 14, 2017

Robert Lee Johnson, 60, author of “Notable Southern Californians in Black History,” will speak about his book in the Jack and Florence Ferman presentation room as part of CSUN’s Black History Month...

Destruction in 1992 L.A. Upheaval: How law enforcement let the largest urban riot/rebellion rage on

Hansook Oh April 29, 2012

Twenty years ago, our city convulsed with a tremor that could not be measured on the Richter scale. Fifty-three lives were lost, thousands were injured and property damage equaled $1 billion. The livelihoods...

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