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McClymonds Students Take Millionaire Entrepreneurs To Lunch

Dr. Dennis Kimbro addresses McClymonds High School students in the inaugural Pathway to Entrepreneurship course for high school and Merritt College credits. Photo By...

Opinion: Hotels Proudly Support Career Pathways

By Katherine Lugar, President/CEO American Hotel & Lodging Association; Lynn Mohrfeld, President/CEO, California Hotel & Lodging Association, and Kevin Carroll, Executive Director,Hotel Council of San FranciscoThe hotel industry is growing both nationally...

Black Wealth 2020:  New Economic Justice Movement Aims to ‘Turbo Charge’...

By Hazel Trice Edney(TriceEdneyWire.com) - According to the following statistics, the economic condition of America's Black community is in dire straits:A recent study...

Public Banking in Oakland Scores a Victory

A public banking forum is scheduled for Monday at City HallThe Oakland City Council this week passed a resolution authorizing a public bank feasibility...

Global Women’s Leadership Network Empowers 20 Women Entrepreneurs

Sheryl Grant, executive director of Global Women’s Leadership Network with 2017 graduate Jumoke Kassim of Nigeria. Photo by Carla Thomas. The Global Women’s Leadership Network...

Oakland Council Seeks to Close Loop-Hole That Allows Unlawful Evictions

Oakland City Council members are moving forward with a proposal that would close a loophole in the rent law that allows unlawful evictions. The...

Protesters Shut Down Oakland City Council Meeting, Call for Budget...

Oakland City Council meeting in June 26. Photo on Facebook by Cat Brooks. In an act of civil disobedience, Oakland residents, city workers and community...

Greenlining Opposes Joseph Otting for Comptroller of the Currency

The Greenlining Institute has announced its strong opposition to the nomination of former OneWest Bank CEO Joseph Otting to be Comptroller of the Currency....

Four Woman Honored During Marin Shipyard 75th Anniversary

Mrs. Annie Small, Mrs. Gustava Wilson, Mrs. Rodessa Battle, and Beatrice Lino McMurray - Four women who worked at the Marin shipyards during WWII...

San Francisco: Luxurious Nails Opens on Third Street

Photo credit: Meaghan M. Mitchell/Hoodline  Sitting on the couch one night watching television, Richard Washington had an idea that would change his life.He was watching...

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