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Bay Area African American Women in Music: Tramaine Hawkins takes Gospel...

As a teenager growing up in Berkeley during the 1960s, Tramaine Hawkins, the daughter of Ronald and Lois “the Pie Queen” Davis, was well...

President Obama, 20,000 mark 50th Anniversary of Civil Rights clash in...

Leading thousands of marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, AL, President Barack Obama paid tribute to the men and women that stood...

Civil Rights Veterans Jesse Jackson and Paul Cobb Attend “Selma” Screening

In the weeks following the release of the Oscar-nominated film “Selma,” Rev. Jesse Jackson along with Charley Moore, Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein...

OP-ED: Selma and Shelby: The Fight for Voting Rights

What time is it? It’s important to be clear. Is it mid-day and our labors still have hours to go? Or is it evening,...

#Selmaforstudents in Richmond

The Century Hilltop 16 joined 11 Bay Area movie theatres in providing middle and high school students with free-admission to view the movie Selma. Scores...

Paramount and African-American Business Leaders Team Up to Offer Free Selma...

By Yesha Callahan, The Root Last week it was announced that seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders in New York City would be able to see the...

Bay Area Clergy Hold “Selma” Screening and Discussion

Religious leaders in the Bay Area will hold a private screening of the Ava Duvernay film, “Selma,” which covers the historical march from Selma...

Selma’s David Oyelowo Inspired by Dr. King’s Legacy

On the eve of a scheduled telephone interview with David Oyelowo (pronounced Oh-yellow-oh), star of “Selma” – the acclaimed Ava Duvernay directed feature film,...
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