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Sparkle: an interview wit’ Deja Bryson

November 11, 2009

Deja Bryson is a terrific Sparkle in the first staged production of the classic hit movie ‘Sparkle’ playing now at the historic Black Rep, 3201 Adeline St. in Berkeley. The Nov. 28 Saturday matinee is a fundraiser for the Bay View! Call (510) 652-2120, mention the Bay View and get a discount.

The power of vigilance

September 11, 2009

On Thursday, Sept. 3, at their weekly town hall meeting, the leaders of SLAM (Stop Lennar Action Movement) reminded the audience of the kind of power they have in the battle to save Bayview Hunters Point. Minister Christopher Muhammad, Archbishop Franzo King and Francisco Da Costa shared the latest news of SLAM’s progress and urged the audience to understand that by staying focused and vigilant and not letting anything turn them around, they will win the war.

Cynthia McKinney discusses her upcoming Triumph Tour, Aug. 20-24

August 16, 2009

The SF Bay View newspaper is in dire financial straits, and former presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney is bailing us out with her stimulus plan that comes by way of the Triumph Tour through Northern California that is being organized as a series of fundraisers for a very essential media outlet that amplifies the people’s voices in times of need and in times of triumph.

Another (sigh) study: AIDS and Apartheid in gay San Francisco

August 13, 2009

More and more, “progressive” San Francisco is proving its reputation for being a cold, hostile city for African Americans – gay or straight. Former Mayor Willie Brown wrote in his autobiography about San Francisco’s City Hall attack on the City’s African American politicians. San Francisco’s African American population – especially middle-class – has dwindled more than any other major city in the country.

Now an article about a study by the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) exposes the negative attitude of San Francisco’s gay community towards African American same-gender-loving (SGL) men.

The teaching of a nation: an interview with author and Alkebulan Books owner Shannette Slaughter

August 6, 2009

Shannette Slaughter’s former Black bookstore, Alkebulan Books, is legendary in the Bay Area because of the assistance it has given thousands to educate themselves in a society where the television shows we watch and the music we listen to tries to direct our attention to strict consumerism, where we buy a whole bunch of stuff that we don’t need and we have no concern for the plight of our people. They call it “programming”; we call it “mind-control.”

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