Santa Clara, CA – Less than two minutes in the game, the Forty-Niners had a chance to claim victory. But unable to convert on fourth down they gave the ball back to the Arizona Cardinals [...]
Debate among parents and educators is growing over the potential impact of a new system for enrolling students proposed by Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Supt. Antwan Wilson. The new system would make a choice [...]
On Wednesday, 14 leaders from diverse faith backgrounds were arrested after holding a sit-in at Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley’s office in Oakland, demanding that O’Malley drop criminal charges against the Black Friday 14 [...]
Community members representing several cultural activist organizations held a vigil, procession and cultural rally in downtown Oakland Monday evening, defending the Black Friday 14 who are facing prosecution for shutting down the West Oakland BART [...]
By Wanda Sabir Power couple, Demetrius “Chi-Raq” Dupree (Nick Cannon) and Lysistrata (Teyonah Parris) have all any young couple could want, fame and power, the kind of power won, maybe even earned through fear.
Oakland, CA – It was bound to happen. But no one thought it would come this soon. The Golden State Warriors have surpassed some of the best teams the NBA has ever produced. After winning [...]
By Gus Newport Part I-The Last Days of Malcolm X Shareef Nasir, a young African American man born and raised in the Bay Area who received his undergraduate degree from San Francisco State [...]
The local teachers’ union and school activists are raising concerns about a proposal, backed by the school district’s administration, to dramatically change how new students are enrolled in Oakland schools, called “Common Enrollment,” a computer-based [...]
Mary V. King, an Oakland native who was the first African American on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors and served as AC Transit general manager, died on Sunday at the age of 69.
A number of housing rights activists are calling on the City Council to declare a housing “state of [...]