Gilbert “El Nino” Melendez, a Mexican- American Mixed Marshall Arts (MMA) fighter based in San Francisco, will fight Edward “Eddie” Alvarez on Saturday, June 13 in Mexico City, Mexico.
A group of nearly 200 young Black men stood before family, friends, and the community ready to embark on their next journey in life on June 9 at the College Bound Brotherhood Graduation at the [...]
The San Francisco Black Film Festival, completing its 17th year, featured nearly 100 films throughout the city last week. The festival showcased the work of dozens of emerging and established filmmakers, including “Beyond the [...]
SF State has been selected for the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency that leads President Barack Obama’s national call [...]
San Francisco, CA — Mayor Edwin M. Lee has announced that over the next two years the city will contribute and invest $7 million in programs supporting the arts. &
Fifty-seven percent of metropolitan San Francisco’s Black children live in the area’s least healthy neighborhoods for childhood development, according to the recently developed Child Opportunity Index.
Jonathan Brumfield, an Oakland artist and educator, spoke on behalf of graduate students at San Francisco State University’s Commencement on Friday, May 22. Brumfield acknowledged the students whose protests in the late 1960s resulted [...]
City Attorney Dennis Herrera has launched an outreach program to identify and compensate eligible beneficiaries of his office’s settlement agreement with the Education Management Corporation, the parent company of Art Institute of California-San Francisco.
After an 11-month campaign, direct care staff at Edgewood Center for Children and Families are officially members of the Teamsters union. “It feels so incredible to finally be able to call ourselves Teamsters,” said [...]
By Scott Maier, UCSF News In San Francisco, nearly 40 percent of children have experienced tooth decay by the time they reach kindergarten, and low-income kindergartners are eight times more likely to have untreated [...]