Monthly Archives: June 2021
Black Graduation 2021 was a proud showcase of young people who stretched themselves with grit in the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic to proceed through the Rites of Passage ceremony with hearts full and heads held high.
Always enlightening, Baba Jahahara shares honor and gratitude for the paths of our humanity, uplifts the work necessary for changes and serves a healthy dollop of food for thought.
With determination, commitment and love, Kevin Cooper continues to fight for exoneration and freedom from oppression for himself and all who suffer the pain of the whip.
We went to the moon, and with the same energy and success we can beat the super-killer fentanyl epidemic.
By hook or by crook, and a shake or two of KKK collusion, no fair playing field was created for early Black entrepreneurs, nor their descendants who today demand action from reparations task forces.
Power to the people is in education, agitation, unification and organization, inside and outside, to build lives without oppression.
Determined not deterred, Kevin “Rashid” Johnson continues to be the brilliant flame of the candle on the cake that can’t be blown out.
Keeping an eye on corporate-committed pledges to Black lives, Kia Croom virtually stears this new corporate philanthropy through a higher integrity to promulgate racial justice in deed as well as word.
Love and care for each other proves once again to bring unity and well-being in place of fear and division.
Haitian political organization Fanmi Lavalas calls for mass mobilization in response to dictator Moise’s...
Fanmi Lavalas continues to focus on mass mobilization of the Haitian people to defend against death squads and non-functional institutions created by the U.S.- backed illegal dictatorship of Jovenel Moise.
Discrimination with impunity by those providing housing to Black, Brown, Indigenous and poor people act not in service to the community, but in the name of profits over people.
Friends of Geoffrey’s Inner Circle lays out the quantifiable value of Black-owned businesses to the City of Oakland and must be included in the budget awards for fiscal year 2021-2023.
On Friday, June 4, 2021, the San Francisco Alliance of Black School Educators presented the Second Annual SFUSD Black Graduation Rites of Passage Ceremony!
Whereas most light bulbs dim with age, the Critical Race Theory bulb burns brighter every day as we move boldly forward in exploration of the truth about the human family.
As Ethnic Studies morph at the hands of the powerful, students are being force-fed whitewashed education by teachers without choices.
Safe play spaces built to grow healthy, happy kids at Franklin Elementary School in East Oakland.
A scintillating array of fascinating films awaits film lovers at the 23rd annual San Francisco Black Film Festival, June 17-20. Meet SFBFF’s new millennial leaders, daughter Cree Ray and son Kali Ray Jr., of director Kali O’Ray, who died unexpectedly last year in August 2020. For tickets and details, visit www.sfbff.org.
Bay View Education Reporter Daphne Young interviews Tachelle Herron-Lane, assistant director of 100% College Prep Program, a college prep program.
AB 127 holds police accountable, SB 739 provides basic income to youth aging out of foster care, and SB 299 and SB 710 expand police victims’ rights, support police accountability and promote fairness in the criminal justice system.
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