On July 9, Sandra Bland drove to Prairie View, Texas from Chicago, eager for a job interview at Prairie View A&M, the historically black college that was her alma mater.
Special to the Post Alameda County Public Defender Brendon Woods and his predecessor, Diane Bellas, are under fire for alleged malpractice. Complaints were filed last week with the Alameda County Board of [...]
By Jerri Lange When a young white man entered a Black church in South Carolina and massacred nine people who were worshipping God, America was shaken to its core.
The presidency is a bit like a baseball season. Players go through streaks and slumps, good days and bad days. Teams rack up wins and losses.
It’s not difficult to surmise the obvious thinking of presidential hopeful Donald Trump, especially the fact that he has been so outspoken on his dislike for “ill-legal Mexican immigrants.” &n
July 23, 2015 By Phil Tagami For over seven years, the City of Oakland (City), the Port of Oakland (Port), and California Capital & Investment Group (CCIG) together have embraced and vigilantly pursued [...]
“That’s what strikes me. There but for the grace of God.” That was President Obama’s reaction when he became the first sitting U.S. president to visit a federal prison, the medium-security El Reno [...]
By Gerard A. Turner Today, more than any other time throughout history, we see the importance of and the ease with which we can all realize and maintain better health.
By Subhashini Coburn You can make your own ice cream in zip lock plastic bag. Because your hands are close just use kitchen mittens or towels. I recently used [...]
By Troy Williams If you go to the website, gamechangersproject.org, one of the first things you see is a picture of a little boy with an Afro. The picture is titled: “Rites – [...]