By McKenzie Jackson | California Black Media A segment of the African-American community in Vallejo, a Solano County city nestled in the northern half of the San Francisco Bay Area, is worried.There won’t be [...]
The CIA conclusion that the Russians intervened in our elections in order to help elect Donald Trump has sent Washington into one of its fabled tizzies. President Barack Obama has ordered an intelligence agency report [...]
Urban Habitat has released a new policy brief, “Race, Inequality, and the Resegregation of the Bay Area,” revealing the new geography of race and class segregation throughout the region.
The Carol Ann Read Breast Health Center announced the receipt of an anonymous gift of $4,000,000 to help with early breast detection, targeting African American women.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Sunday discouraged voters from picking a third-party nominee, saying the issues facing the U.S. are too dire for a “protest vote.”
While Cal Maritime Academy (CMA) students are away for summer – on a two-month intensive maritime training cruise – high school students from Oakland and San Francisco fill their seats. &
Superintendent Booker T. Turner, founder and pastor of the Corinthian Church of God in Christ, in Vallejo, died March 15. He faithfully pastored Corinthian Church, at 1101 Benicia Rd., Vallejo, for 41 years.
Courtesy of the Richmond Standard A Richmond baseball academy is raising funds to send local youth on an all-expense trip to Havana, Cuba next spring. This past weekend, more than 80 kids ages [...]
Mary V. King, an Oakland native who was the first African American on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors and served as AC Transit general manager, died on Sunday at the age of 69.
By Pete Farley, UCSF News A chemical that could potentially be used in eye drops to reverse cataracts, the leading cause of blindness, has been identified by a team of scientists from UC San [...]