Nadra Nittle | KCET
Nadra Nittle is a Los Angeles-based journalist. She has written for LAist, The Atlantic, Vox Media and many other publications.
Post date: 2020-06-02T09:25:35-07:00
“Our nation has come a long way, and we still have a long way to go.” said Rev. Cecil “Chip” Murray, pastor of the First African Methodist Episcopal (FAME) Church of Los Angeles during the 1992 Uprising.
Post date: 2019-11-19T09:43:13-08:00
On November 24, 1965, the Louis Smith and Robert Hall launched an organization called Operation Bootstrap. The organization emphasized the importance of black entrepreneurship and used its business initiatives to shift public perception of black identity.
Post date: 2019-06-05T07:37:37-07:00
Along with cities such as Chicago and Detroit, Los Angeles has influenced gospel music for decades, but its contributions to gospel are frequently overlooked. Now, that appears to be changing.
Post date: 2017-10-02T14:08:50-07:00
Duo captures the beauty and dignity of brown and black women through elaborate hairstyles adorned with gold jewelry and beautifully composed photography.
Post date: 2017-07-25T08:33:03-07:00
The historic Rialto Theatre in Pasadena was once a prized community venue but in recent years has faced neglect. The Mosaic Church has leased the space causing community members to worry the theater will no longer be used for non-religious arts events.
Post date: 2017-07-17T10:21:04-07:00
In the first half of the 20th century, black women were largely relegated to playing mammy and jezebel roles. A new exhibition reveals how as early as 100 years ago, independent black filmmakers presented complex portrayals of women of color.