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Rev. Jesse Jackson and Post Publisher Paul Cobb.

Civil Rights Veterans Jesse Jackson and Paul Cobb Attend “Selma” Screening

In the weeks following the release of the Oscar-nominated film “Selma,” Rev. Jesse Jackson along with Charley Moore, Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein hosted a private screening of the film in San Francisco’s historic [...]
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Trajes Regionales de Mexico Opens at the San Leandro Public Library

The San Leandro Public Library is partnering with the Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno in order to present “Trajes Regionales de Mexico” (Regional Costumes of Mexico), a breathtaking exhibit showcasing a collection of costumes [...]
(Inset): Leonard Kaprielian. Left to right (back): Paul Anderson, Managing Director, Sausalito Art Festival; Michele Lyn Forsythe-Manzo, Educational Tall Ship; Alan Olson, Educational Tall Ship; Sharon White, Spaulding Wooden Boat Center; Jim Delano, Friends Of The Sausalito Public Library; Jerry Taylor, Sausalito Historical Society On Behalf Of The Ice House Plaza; Felecia Gaston, Performing Stars of Marin; Royce Conner, Willow Creek Academy; Wayne Kaleck, Chairman Of The Sausalito Art Festival Foundation Board. (front): Irina Zeylikovich, Danni Pascuma, and Lexi Weiner of the Bay Area Discovery Museum; Susan Newmeyer and Lauren Menagh of Willow Creek Academy. (Photo by Herman Privette)

Non-Profits Receive Grants from The Sausalito Art Festival Foundation

Investment in the community is important to The Sausalito Art Festival Foundation, as they awarded grants to seven non-profits in Sausalito and Marin City. The grants were awarded in honor of Leonard Kaprielian, long time [...]
Book cover of "Granny, Who is God?" 2014. Illustration by Virginia Jourdan.

Writer Carmen Bogan Promotes Literacy with Children’s Book

Granny, who is God?   In her illustrated multicultural children’s book, author Carmen Bogan entertains this question that has probably lingered in the minds of most small children. <
Civil Rights - Boy, Lincoln, & Flag: 1963.

David Johnson Photo Exhibit at Dominican University

David Johnson will be exhibiting a show at Dominican University of California titled, “The Struggle for Human Rights and Beyond – The Historical Photographs of David Johnson – Ansel Adams’ First African American Student.”