By Terri Schlichenmeyer, The Bookworm Sez, LLC Your wallet is almost totally empty. The same goes for your checkbook. There were two credit card bills in yesterday’s mail, you owe your neighbor ten bucks, and [...]
Special to the Post: The Oakland Unified School District’s K-12 Science Fair celebrated future scientists May 21 at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland. Now in its I56th year, the event displays the [...]
Representing high schools from as far away as Pittsburgh and Pebble Beach, some 120 graduating high school students participated Tuesday night at the College Bound Brotherhood’s graduation celebration at the Kaiser Center in Oakland.
The office of Concerned Black Men on 1305 Franklin Street in Oakland was packed with community leaders, students and parents for the CBM Cares Mentoring Program launch party on Tuesday. CBM recently partnered with Montera [...]
Benjamin Todd Jealous, Venture Partner of the Kapor Center for Social Impact and former NAACP President and CEO, will deliver the commencement address at the 2014 College Bound Brotherhood graduation ceremony honoring over 100 Black [...]
The first smartphone audio tour for the Bay Trail will be released during the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Education Center Rededication and San Francisco Bay Trail 25th Anniversary celebration at the Rosie the Riveter WWII/Home [...]
By UC Berkeley News UC Berkeley held a celebration last week to honor six students from Sub-Saharan Africa earning master’s degrees this month. The group is the first group graduating from the university’s partnership with [...]
The San Leandro Library will host a career-networking seminar with Eileen Williams on Thursday, June 12 at 7pm. Eileen Williams is a nationally board-certified counselor with a master’s degree in Career Development who specializes in [...]
Congresswoman Barbara Lee was conferred an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the American Baptist Seminary of the West (ABSW) during its 143rd commencement ceremony last weekend at the Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church in Oakland.
The San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously this week to update the school’s district’s dress code. The updated policy will allow schools to set their own policies on the wearing of hats, caps and [...]