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The Black Joy Parade—Bigger and Better in 2019

On Feb. 25, 2018, 14,000 people from around the Bay Area took over the streets of downtown Oakland to celebrate Black culture, creativity, resilience...

The African American Family Support Group Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Not one to be defeated, in 1994 LaVerda Allen, a well-known local entrepreneur, was instrumental in forming the African American Family Support Group (AAFSG)...

Self-Love: The Greatest Love of All

February is a powerful month in the African-American psyche. It is Black History Month, and it includes Valentine’s Day. This is a time when...

Opinion: Let’s Talk Beyond ‘The Black History Seven’

The “Black History Seven” is a phrase I created to reference the same people we talk about, read about, and focus on every year...

City Council Honors Nine Leaders and Organizations for Black History Month

The Oakland City Council honored nine individuals and organizations at this week’s city council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20, in honor of Black History...

Golden State Warriors Celebrate Black History Month

Warriors host Black History Month is Golden postgame panel discussion on the court with event moderator KNBR radio personality Rod Brooks and panelists; two-time Olympic gold...

Commonwealth Club INFORUM Kicks off Black History Month with Stockton...

Mayor celebrates progress, casts vision for diverse, safe, inclusive and prosperous Stockton. Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs (center) , Councilmember Lynette Gibson McElhaney (left), and Dr....

Bay Area Black History Month Events: African Americans in Times of...

Events every Saturday in February honor Black veterans of various American wars By Marco FrazierThis year’s Black History Month theme is African Americans in Times...

Port Chicago 50 – Back by Popular Demand at Black Rep...

Inspired by true events from 1944. A Dennis Rowe Entertainment and BRG New Arts Production, “Port Chicago 50” is a story of love for Country,...

Center for Elders’ Independence Honors Black Athletes

 By Ashley NashCenter for Elders’ Independence (CEI) participant Anthony Fleming joined staff and seniors recently at the center’s Josie Barrows Center for a Black...
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