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Movement is the Medicine and Dance is the Healing – Critical...

By Daktari Shari Renée Hicks, Psy.D.It is seldom directly recognized that rhythmic harmonious movement is the natural state of being. Evidence of this fact...

Lag in Organ Donors Hampers Understanding of Dementia in Blacks

Dorothy and Levi Reeves stand in their Oakland home, holding their wedding photo from 57 years ago. Dorothy Reeves agreed to become organ donors...

Barbara Lee and Urban League President Marc Morial Discuss Trump’s Impact...

Left to right: Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Marc Morial and Angela Glover Blackwell spoke Wednesday evening in Oakland about the risk of President Trump´s policies to African...

Anthony Foxx, Outgoing Transportation Secretary, Approves Waiver to Provide Race-Conscious Goals

  US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx recently approved a waiver of U.S. Department of Transportation regulations to allow the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency...

New Round Of Obamacare in California Focuses on African Americans and...

By Barbara Feder Ostrov, KHN News   Covered California still faces major challenges in enrolling African-Americans and Latinos as the state’s health insurance exchange launches its...

OP-ED: Michelle Obama’s Deeply Moving Words

Last month at the graduation ceremony of Tuskegee University, a historically Black college, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke candidly about the racial barriers facing...

OP-ED: Oakland Hip Hop Artist Young Gully Speaks to Youth’s Experiences

Oakland is internationally recognized for supporting humanitarian causes and opposing police brutality. The city continues to be on the forefront through hip hop artists...

Congresswoman Barbara Lee “Fighting the Good Fight”

Congresswoman Barbara Lee met this week with seniors at the West Oakland Senior Center in Oakland to hear their concerns and share with them...

Healthcare Racial Disparities Continue Despite ACA

More Californians than ever before have health insurance, but coverage isn’t care, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has magnified the deep racial, ethnic...

For Women’s History Month, Honor Mental Health Worker Gigi Crowder

The subject of mental illness has been taboo in the African American community for too long. Too often these issues have been locked behind closed...
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