The jailing of seven Black Atlanta educators is an outrage matched only by the racist tests they were forced to give and the racist conditions in which many of their students are forced to live.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced this week an additional $1.8 million in funding to support programming to keep San Francisco children and youth engaged and learning over the summer months.
By Beth Tagawa, SFSU Kenneth Monteiro, dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, has been elected president of the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE).
By Brenda McCuistion Two police officers, Officer Savannah Stewart and Officer Virgil Thomas accompanied Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) to travel on the FIRST Southern California College Campus Tour with mentorship program participants.
While Latino youth make up 41 percent and still growing numbers of students in the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), they are a disproportionately small part of the OUSD workforce, significantly in the classroom, where [...]
Sixty three percent of young people will have sex before they graduate high school, and 95 percent will have sex before they are married. For young people to make healthy discussions about sex, we need [...]
What is it that you do everyday that makes you happy? Think about it. Every day, you wake up and you step outside for a new day that is full of multiple opportunities. The [...]
Nighttime is absolutely your favorite time. Some people choose to hang out with friends after dark. Some go to movies, listen to music, or just go to sleep.
The San Leandro Public Library will host its annual El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros (Children’s day/Book day) event on Saturday April 25, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Main Library, [...]
By Public Affairs, UC Berkeley News While the U.S. economy rebounds, persistent low wages are costing taxpayers approximately $153 billion every year in public support to working families, including $25 billion at the state level, [...]