The next Post Salon, Sunday, Dec. 4, will discuss two important question: What would a Public Bank mean for Oakland, and how should Oakland go about picking a new schools’ superintendent?
On Friday, Nov. 11, deFremery Recreation Center and the National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations will host Oakland Veterans with a Dinner & Dance in acknowledgement of Veterans Day.
Dressed in a carefully tailored black suit, a boy walked slowly and sedately into the auditorium at the West Oakland Youth Center to the sound of Haitian drums and Kreole chants.
“Innocent on Death Row: A Conversation with Kevin Cooper” will be presented by the University of San Francisco School of Law Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, Criminal Law Society, and Keta Taylor Colby Death [...]
A Safe Place has been a refuge in times of trouble to many families that have found themselves effected by the bitter roots of domestic violence.
The EastSide Arts Alliance and the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland are presenting The Sacred Roots of Latin Jazz, a musical excursion of ritual, sacred tradition, homage and improvisation, featuring the John Santos Sextet.
The public is invited to voice their concerns about human rights issues in their communities to the Marin County Human Rights Commission (HRC). The meeting will take place at the Marguerita C. Johnson Senior [...]
By Kitty Kelly Epstein African-Americans are 28 percent of the Oakland population but get only nine percent of the work on projects that their tax dollars are paying for.
The tags still dangled from the berets and sunglasses that Dimensions Dance Theater members wore Wednesday night as they rehearsed for the “Black Panther Project,” an interpretation of the party’s rise and impact in Oakland [...]
This past weekend, Black Women Stirring the Waters hosted students of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Center for a community discussion on voting in the November elections at Joyce Gordon Gallery on 14th street [...]