The Coalition for Police Accountability (CPA), a group of community organizations whose mission is to place a Police Commission on the November 2016 ballot, is holding a creative fundraising event to place the initiative on [...]
By Alyza Katrina C. Torres, Latin Post. Protesters from a pro-immigrant rights coalition group last Friday held a rally in New York City airing their grievances against the recent Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) [...]
Post publisher Paul Cobb will be the guest speaker at a Martin Luther King Jr. forum at the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland on Sunday, Jan. 17, 11:30 a.m. at 2619 Broadway at the corner [...]
By David Zahniser, LA Times An arson attack that took place over the weekend at a Central Valley mosque is being investigated as a possible hate crime, a law enforcement official said Sunday.
For the last nine years, Parker Hannifin Corporation headquarters’ employees in Cleveland OH have been involved in their Bikes for Kids holiday campaign. Parker Hannifin Corporation started its first year donating a total of [...]
The Bay Area Discovery Museum this week was awarded $380,000 from 100Kin10 to fund a mobile engineering lab to serve the Bay Area’s pre-K through fifth grade classrooms.
By Ned MacKay The presents will have been opened, the turkey served, and everyone will be looking for something to do besides standing in line to see “Star Wars.” Well, the East Bay Regional [...]
San Francisco students walked out of class Friday, taking to the streets and blocking traffic to protest police killing of Mario Woods. San Francisco students walked out of class Friday, taking to the streets [...]
Reading Partners, a national nonprofit that trains community volunteers to provide students with proven, individualized reading support, urgently needs more community members to join its efforts.
By Shanthi Gonzales, Many of you have heard about the Superintendent’s proposal to create a common enrollment system that includes charter schools along with OUSD schools.