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Free East Bay Showing of Documentary “Backpack Full of Cash”, ...

Dr. Julian Vasquez-Heilig¨Backpack Full of Cash,” narrated by Matt Damon, is a feature-length documentary that explores the growing privatization of public schools and the...

Laney College President: For Who? For Oakland

By Laney College President, Tammeil Y. Gilkerson, Ed.D.Last Thursday, I attended the world premiere of “FOR O.” – a play at Laney’s Odell Johnson...

2nd Annual Orisa Urban World Festival Kicks Off, Runs till Dec....

   A dancer holds a ‘Protection Shield’ created by artist Gale Madyun. The Prosperity Movement presents “The 2nd Annual Orisa Urban World Festival.” The festival takes...

Music Man Billy Nichols Reflects on Longstanding Career

In the heart of Manhattan’s Upper West side, music man, Billy Nichols a.k.a. Papadollabill, runs Boss Records. With over 50 years of producing rap,...

East Bay Mini­ Maker Faire Showcases Invention and Creativity

More than 150 makers, scientists, artists, crafters, and engineers will gather to show and share on Sunday, Oct. 22, for the 8th Annual East...

Artist Sydney Nycole Supports the Brenner Foundation’s Homeless and Veterans...

Sydney Nycole (right) with former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Two like-minded women with the same passion join forces for causes closest to their hearts and...

Storytellers Spin True Tales About Life Under Trump

Beverly Miles The tumultuous administration of President Donald Trump caught many people by surprise. Unfolding events have rattled their daily lives and certainties like a...

Filmmaker Shirah Dedman Takes on Regentrification in Oakland in New Film...

When independent filmmaker Shirah Dedman moved from the San Fernando Valley to Oakland, she asked herself:  What happened to all the black people in...

National Park Service Gives $100,000 Grant to UC to Honor the...

UC Berkeley is receiving funding for the project, “Black Panther Party Research, Interpretation & Memory Project,” expected to last from Aug. 30, 2017, to...

Film Shines New Light on the Evolution and Survival of...

For their 1981 masters’ degree thesis project, U.C. Berkeley students Marlon Riggs and Pete Webster produced a 30-minute documentary film titled “Long Train Running”...
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