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Gentrification Is Not Inevitable, Says Report

Causa Justa: Just Cause (CJJC), a multi-racial, grassroots organization that works for social justice for low-income San Francisco and Oakland residents, released a report this week that details the state of gentrification in the Bay [...]
Javarre Wilson says that San Francisco’s Black population has dropped from 78,931 in 1990 to 50,768 in 2010 and the numbers continue to shrink without a concerted plan by the City to reverse this trend. This is a major concern and extremely distressing”.

Health Summit to Focus on HIV/AIDS, Social Justice

The 7th Annual Black Health & Healing Summit, organized around the theme “We the People: Exercising Our Power, ”will take place Saturday, April 19 at San Francisco State University.The summit will address the policies pertaining [...]
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Post Photographer Laura Wong Presents at “A Day in the Life of Asian Pacific America”

Post photographer Laura Ming Wong spoke and showed slides of of her photography at a workshop last Saturday presented by the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) in San Francisco, in support of the ‘Smithsonian [...]
Photos Courtesy:  Jaguar Productions - Graig Brooks / CTA
Judge Glenda Hatchett of "The Judge Hatchett Show" with A'lelia Bundles, Great-great granddaughter or Madam C.J. Walker and Author of “Madam Walker Theatre Center:  An Indianapolis Treasure” at the National Coalition of 100 Black Women 16th Annual Madam C.J. Walker Luncheon at the San Francisco Marriot Marquis

NCBW-OBAC Celebrates 16th Annual Madam CJ Walker Awards Luncheon

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s Oakland Bay Area Chapter recently hosted its 16th Annual Madame C.J. Walker Luncheon at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis and featured a keynote address from the Honorable Judge [...]
L to R, from top- Treva Reid, Brigitte Cook, Iris Merriouns, Nyeisha DeWitt, Katherine Jolly, Pamela Calloway, Shereda Nosakhare, Maïsha Everhart, Julie M. Waters, and Aisha Brown. Photo by Ashley Chambers

Bay Area Women Leading Behind the Scenes in Politics

The face of leadership is changing. More African American women are being represented in the political arena. They manage communications for state leaders, represent politicians in the State Assembly, and play a big role in [...]
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Giants Lose to A’s in Exhibition Game

No better way to end spring training than to have the Giants and the A’s face off. The Bay Bridge Series never disappoints. Both teams were happy to be back in the Bay and away [...]