Holy Names University hosted a Latino Recognition Night recently to honor graduating Latino Students and the community. In addition to graduating students, the ceremony honored parents, grandparents and great grandparents who left their countries [...]
While Oakland has long been known for its political and humanitarian stances, it is also known for fighting for the rights of people of color to receive an equal education, not biased by discriminatory [...]
About 70 people attended the Post newspaper’s most recent Salon to discuss the joys of teaching in the public schools and the policy barriers facing U.S. education.
Four Seasons Arts, renowned in the East Bay arts scene and founded by W. Hazaiah Williams in 1958, begins its annual series with African American violinist Tai Murray. This season opener will be held on [...]
Oakland needs a “racially, ethnically and linguistically diverse teaching force that reflects” the students who attend the city’s schools, said Dr. Kimberly Mayfield Lynch, speaking on the “State of Education: Our Work to Increase Successful [...]
Dr. Kimberly Mayfield, chair of the Education Department at Holy Names University, and Barbara Parker, Oakland City Attorney, are among the 2013 Ella Hill Hutch award winners presented by Black Women Organized for Political Action, [...]