Angel Jennings

Writer

Angel Jennings is a reporter for the metro section of the Los Angeles Times. She covers issues that affect residents in South Los Angeles. Since joining The Times in 2011, Angel has written for the Business section and covered education.  She is a native of Washington, D.C., and graduated from the University of Nebraska.

Recent Articles

  • Why the bedrocks of L.A.'s civil rights movements won't embrace Black Lives Matter

    Why the bedrocks of L.A.'s civil rights movements won't embrace Black Lives Matter

    For decades, they’ve been catalysts for civil rights activism, occupying an important niche at the center of protests over police misconduct and racial flashpoints in Los Angeles, from the Rodney J. King beating to the murder trial of O.J. Simpson. But some black churches in Los Angeles, and the...

  • Los Angeles celebrates 235 years

    Los Angeles celebrates 235 years

    To celebrate Los Angeles’ birthday, Kelli Romo laced up her sneakers and joined hundreds of others Saturday in retracing the 9-mile route that the original settlers walked 235 years ago from the San Gabriel Mission to what is now El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument. The group marched along...

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