The YWCA San Francisco + Marin is currently seeking nominations for women whose passion and hard work have had a significant impact in Marin County. Winners will be inducted at the 2015 Annual Marin Women’s [...]
Beginning in December of 1955, the Montgomery Bus Boycott was one of the most important catalysts for radically charging the American civil rights movement. A language arts teacher in Atlanta, Yolanda L. Everett knows that [...]
The Art of Survival: Enduring the Turmoil of Tule Lake is a traveling exhibition by fine art photographer Hiroshi Watanabe that probes the complexity of the Japanese American confinement site in Newell, California.Tule Lake became [...]
The Attend and Achieve Back to School event welcomed over 950 students Saturday who walked away with backpacks filled with notebooks, pencils and other necessary school supplies.
Local hip hop artist Mistah F.A.B. recently held his annual “Back to School Block Party and Who’s House? Basketball Tournament” in North Oakland where over 1000 backpacks and school supplies were distributed. Th
Schroeder Hall captured the limelight this past weekend as its opening marked the newest chapter in the Green Music Center story.
By Barry Bergman, UC Berkeley News “I once had a very good professor who gave me very bad advice,” UC Berkeley sociologist Troy Duster said last Friday, standing behind a lectern at Booth Auditorium. “‘Don’t [...]
The Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) is scrambling to hire teachers and purchase new textbooks to ensure that every classroom has a teacher and books before school starts Monday, Aug. 25.
San Francisco native Shamann Walton wants to make a difference in the lives of San Francisco youth. As Executive Director of the Bay View’s Young Community Developers, he is already taking such steps as he [...]
Melony Wyatt – Moore, founder of KMK Family Licensed Daycare, says this year’s class marks a milestone for her business as it also represents the high school graduation of her first class of daycare graduates.She [...]