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Stockton Town Hall Meeting to Address Educational Achievement Gap

The Black Community Crusade (BCC) will hold its monthly town hall meeting at the New Missionary Baptist Church, 1439 Michael Ave on April 24 from 6-8pm to discuss the city’s educational achievement gap.The BCC advocates [...]
The Boys and Men of Color Summit will support President Obama's My Brother's Keeper initiative. Photo from AP.

“Healing Generations” – Boys and Men of Color Summit

In support of President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative that will help young men of color stay on track and gain opportunities to reach their full potential, the Alliance for Boys and Men of Color [...]
Mayor Anthony Silva (left and Vice Mayor Paul Canepa (right). Photo from The Record.

Council Reacts to Mayor Silva’s Conflict with Local Media

Mayor Anthony Silva’s recent announcement that he would no longer speak to the certain media outlets has raised concerns of transparency. If the may only speaks to those outlets he sees fit, what message does [...]
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San Joaquin County Women of Color & Man About Town Awards

The African American Chamber of Commerce and Foundation of San Joaquin County will hold its annual Woman of Color and Man About Town Awards Friday, April 4 to recognize influential and inspiring men and women [...]
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 [...]