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Monthly Archives: February 2023

Why is the Anti War Movement not prevalent in the Black community today?

WWIII is gearing up and we trying to survive already with no time or energy to worry about it.

Manslaughter of transgenders – A Texas prison norm

“During difficult times I remain hopeful in a hopeless place – I am human, I am alive, I remind myself.”

Dr. Artel Great revives 70s Black cinema with emphasis on Black consciousness.

by People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey, Oakland Bureau Chief The Museum of the African Diaspora (MOAD) has recently announced its new Cultural Critic in...

“We would have to pray, teach and activate everything to De-Gentrif*ck that land”

Love, soil, art and ComeUnity MamaFest Homefulness.

Meet the women making environmental justice history!

Brilliant women putting environmental injustices in the crosshairs.

Californians demand more prison closures

Californians know that closing prisons could stop the bleeding in California.

Black Shakespeare: Layce Lynne Kieu

Kieu said, “it was love and I knew it was something I couldn’t stop doing.”

Parlaying copaganda: The truth about San Francisco’s District Attorney and her attempts to coddle...

The temerity of D.A. Brooke Jenkins . . . and deaths of innocents.

Dr. Ratcliff honored by Black Chamber for Black History Month

Dr. Willie Ratcliff accepting his flowers grown from deep roots and rich nutrients.

Allyssa Victory on what’s new with Oakland Black History news

Remembering where we come from enlightens the path we forge to a thriving Black future in Oakland.

Bay Area’s Dr. Danielle Richardson discusses pandemic’s effect on school-aged youth

What effects does the pandemic still have on students’ ability to learn and teachers’ ability to teach?

African American poets’ poetry, On the Fly: Wanda’s Picks for February 2023

All about the perfect play for the Bay and poets’ poetry of Black Resistance.

Healed people, heal people

It would make more sense to sentence someone to education instead of prison.

Jacqueline M. Norris joins 3rd Street’s Black business boom with services for the people!

JN Outreach provides human kindness with human services – the love!

Jamal Hart, grandson of Mumia Abu-Jamal, reflects on the 42 years of his grandfather’s...

The epitome of the best in humanity shines in Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Celebrating Black History Month

We are amazing Black people and we have equally amazing Black culture.

Kulwa Apara writes and performs one-woman play, “Brain Like Berkeley” 

“Brain Like Berkeley” is a satirical spin on the oversexualization of Black women and disregard for intellect and creativity we harness in our brains.

Kehinde Koyejo directs one-woman play, “Brain Like Berkeley”

We laugh, cry, eat, and I do a ton of listening.

Highlighting court rulings that protect homeless people’s rights in the Bay Area

Allyssa Victory and JR Valrey live at Smoke N’ Word on Thursday, Feb. 16 at Rosemary Jane Cannabis Consumption Bar, 6-8pm.

Destroying the master’s tools, Part 3

Who is the master and what are the master’s tools?