What happens when 40 African American men share stories of challenges and triumphs in their lives? An exceptional book; “Reach – 40 Black Men Speak on Living, Leading, and Succeeding.” Th
By Dr. Larry E. Moore Ralph Walker has been a dedicated coach for over a decade with his program, the Don Grant Alameda Point Youth Track Club. He has coached and motivated youth around [...]
The City of San Leandro Recreation and Human Services Department’s Senior Travel Troupe invites community members to sign up for a tour of historic Sacramento on Monday, March 23. <
Over 100 protesters shut down Emeryville Home Depot last Saturday, demanding, “We want answers!” about really happened in the killing of Yuvette Henderson by Emeryville police earlier this month.
San Leandro’s Human Resources Department recently received a national award of excellence from the International Public Management Association for its online benefits system. The online benefits system is used by city personnel in order [...]
Community members are invited to celebrate reading by taking part in the 2015 San Leandro Big Read, the largest reading program in the U.S. that brings together partners from across the country to encourage reading [...]
In celebration of Black History Month, author Denise Ajayi-Williams is kicking off her Bay Area book tour of “Akiti the Hunter,” the book adapted from a West African folktale that chronicles the heroic battle of [...]
San Leandro will welcome the Year of the Sheep at a Lunar New Year celebration on Saturday, Feb. 21 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Main Library at 300 Estudillo Ave.
The San Leandro Public Library is partnering with the Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno in order to present “Trajes Regionales de Mexico” (Regional Costumes of Mexico), a breathtaking exhibit showcasing a collection of costumes [...]
Granny, who is God? In her illustrated multicultural children’s book, author Carmen Bogan entertains this question that has probably lingered in the minds of most small children. <