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Black Panther Party Illustrator Artist Emory Douglas Empowered the People Through...

Graphic Artist Emory Douglas served as the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party. Douglas displays his artwork on tour in Auckland, New...

Police Brutality Prompts Sculptor Michael Chukes to Create Works of Love

 Michael Chukes poses next to his sculpture “Escaped Convict.” Photo by Tobaji Stewart. Saddened, angered and disappointed by the brutality against black men by police,...

Greenlining Hosts Art Exhibit Inspired by Black Panther Party Legacy

The Eighth Fire,” described by as “a prophetic collaborative experience of three multimedia artists channeling the roots of Afro Indigenous thought and art” and...

 80 Women Artists Showcased in Annual “Black Woman Is God” Exhibit...

An artist garbed in white precedes Karen Seneferu and others as they prepare to enter “Black Woman Is God" exhibit in San Francisco in...

Movement for Black Lives Wants Communities to Reclaim Public Land

Children help put finishing touches on a mural at a lot at 75th and Macarthur Boulevard in Oakland in effort for communities to reclaim...

Groundbreaking Movie “The Lucky Specials” Features at SF Black Film Festival

Continuing its international festival run, “The Lucky Specials” will be screened at the San Francisco Black Film Festival Sunday, June 18 at noon at...

Photo Exhibit “Degrees of Visibility”
 Surveys U.S. Prison System, Opens in...

"Degrees of Visibility,” an unprecedented photographic survey of the US prison system by Ashley Hunt, opens Friday, June 9 at the Eric Quezada Center...

Art and Race Conference in East Bay on June 3

 Led by Ashara Ekundayo and Holley Murchison, the “Art & Race” conference will take place at Oakland’s Impact Hub, 2323 Broadway Saturday and Sunday,...

Sculpture of Historic Leader Byron Rumford Produced by Bay Area News...

 Sculptor and former news anchor Dana King who the artist who created the larger-than-life size bronze sculpture of historic political leader William Byron Rumford,...

Juana Alicia, Mission Muralist, Featured in Poetic Justice Exhibit

 Marking the grand opening of the expanded Center for Latino Policy Research (CLPR) at the University of California, Berkeley, the Center presented an art...
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