Jazz musicians have often chosen to speak out about issues of race or equality as a way of drawing attention to problems in society. The speakers attending the Brubeck Festival Jazz and Civil Rights Symposium [...]
By Veronica Rocha, LA Times, and News Sources A video showing four Stockton police officers tackling a Black 16-year-old boy to the ground for allegedly jaywalking has drawn public outrage and concerns about excessive [...]
A caravan seeking to mobilize communities of color against police brutality will travel throughout California Oct. 3 through Oct. 10, led by the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in partnership with the ACLU of [...]
By LaCresia Hawkins, REACH Program Coordinator According to scripture, we must consider our bodies as “temples of the Holy Spirit,” which we have been tasked to manage throughout our lives.
Amid the furor over Rachel Dolezal’s claims of being African American, the president of the Spokane NAACP, has resigned her position but she still has some supporters. <
The City of Stockton Community Advisory Board is hosting a day-long symposium in June on crime prevention for residents and interested others to hear speakers and participate in workshops.
Stockton’s 27th annual Earth Day celebration is Sunday, April 26. The event begins at 10 a.m. and goes until 4 p.m. at Victory Park, N Pershing Ave & Argonne Dr. in Stockton. <
Target has proposed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over its massive 2013 data breach, according to court documents filed in the U.S. District Court in Minnesota on last week.
FedEx recently broke ground on its planned 660,000 square-foot distribution center in Tracy. The huge facility is slated to open in August 2016 and FedEx is scheduled to become the first tenant to occupy [...]
As a teenager growing up in Berkeley during the 1960s, Tramaine Hawkins, the daughter of Ronald and Lois “the Pie Queen” Davis, was well aware of the Civil Rights Movement. She was too busy, however, [...]