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‘Full Court Press to Success’ workshop series to feature new Fleetwood film, ‘I Just Wanna Ball’

January 17, 2014

The first in a series of empowerment workshops, “Full Court Press to Success,” will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8, 4-5:30 p.m. at the Bayview Opera House. The workshop features the new documentary film, “I Just Wanna Ball,” by Robert “Fleetwood” Bowden about the McClymonds High School Lady Warriors championship team of 2013.

Inner City Youth adventures: Juneteenth in the Fillmore, WHOP’s Neighborhood Connect in Gilman Park

July 1, 2013

The Juneteenth celebration and festival in San Francisco on June 15, 2013, was an ethnic experience as well as a historical event for African Americans that was worth attending. The Juneteenth parade was fantastic. Church members from the Bay Area were marching with their heads held high and stepping to the beat, as the old skool ‘70s El Dorado Cadillac blasted the Motown beats.

ICY 2013 yellow bus tour to Clearlake

June 8, 2013

Inner City Youth’s Yellow Bus musical convoy left San Francisco’s youth center, traveling through Napa and the Wine Country scenic route to beautiful Clearlake on May 17-19. Twenty-two young people, eight adults and four little folks actively participated; Keith Perry videotaped. On Saturday, May 18, at 9 p.m., ICY performers made their debut at Andre Williams’ Silk’s Bar and Grill.

SF School District makes progress on community hiring and contracting

May 3, 2013

The long journey to an equitable pathway for community workers and contractors at San Francisco Unified has seen great progress over the past year; and the same policy makers, community members, labor leaders and community contractors that brought us this far appear poised to carry a torch now held by many across the line between longstanding hope and a truly historic reality.

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OMI neighbors, Inner City Youth call for reopening 103 Broad St.

December 1, 2012

An increase in gun violence and homicides in the Oceanview, Merced Heights and Ingleside neighborhoods has residents and community organizations calling on the city to reinstate the defunct police substation at 103 Broad Street. Re-establishing the police substation was proposed as the best option to curb violence.

YoYo teaching hip-hop with love to inner-city youth

January 10, 2012

“I am attempting to reach Generation Y and show them not only how to become successful but also how to handle success when it becomes overwhelming, because it will. I was always good at humbling myself, and that is a quality I am trying to instill in the youth here at my school.” – YoYo

Slowly sippin’ ya lives away

December 20, 2010

Sizzurp. Purple Sprite. Lean. These are just a few of the names used to describe the deadly mixture of Sprite and a cough suppressant called promethazine-codeine syrup. This syrup sippin’ epidemic has become popular amongst young people of color, but when mixed with other drugs such as ecstasy, alcohol and marijuana it can be fatal.

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