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Certain Days calendar: Call for contributions

The Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar collective have opened submissions for abolition-related art in new calendar

New California campaign aims to improve Alzheimer’s disease care, prevention and detection  

The California Department of Public Health launched the Take on Alzheimer’s campaign in late February.

Lady Namastizzle’s movement is to bring cannabis yoga to the Bay’s Black and Brown...

The Yogi spaces didn’t reflect what I needed or who I was. So I decided to be what I needed for myself.

WAA REEM: International Fashion and Music Week in San Francisco June 16-18

The WAA REEM concept, which means in Burkina Faso-West African language “Come and have fun or come enjoy the vibe,” is an idea born in 2013 in Africa

Oakland Strokes Youth Summer workshops teach the sport of rowing

We run summer camps in June out at San Pablo reservoir and in July at our boathouse in Oakland. We host Learn to Row days for organizations and schools we partner with as well.

‘Black Barbie’ documentary review

Watching the movie brought me back to my childhood. I felt a lot of nostalgia while watching the movie

Black Restaurant Week covered the diaspora of African-influenced food from Northern Cali testaurants

Black Restaurant week offers a variety of great cuisines!

San Francisco Black Film festival will be coming soon!

Only in your hands is your life worth living. Only you can make yourself free.

Oakland Carnival is set to run!

"Oakland Carnival is held in the spirit of community and cooperation."

Black Terminus brings the Black Panthers into Augmented Reality

If I was going to bring the Panthers in AR, it would be on a Black-owned platform created by me.

‘The Critic’s Company’ review

As a writer and someone who strives to follow my dream, it’s an all too relatable feeling of not being taken seriously when you yourself are serious about following your own path to achieve those dreams.

Boss Down Youth Group: a young people’s employment training program

During the summer, when the youth are let out of school for break, community advocate and San Francisco native Stormy Henry uses this time to facilitate her Boss Down Youth Group

Jamesha Smith: Stockton’s stiletto dance classes instructor

Stiletto dance instructor Jamesha Smith is liberating souls one dance class at a time.

Black on Black solutions: ‘Batters Up, Guns Down’ neighborhood softball league opener is March...

The men's season for Bats Up Guns Down is set to begin on March 26th, 2023, weather permitting. The first tournament event will be held on April 8th, 2023, which will be an Autism Awareness and Pre-Easter Celebration for kids.

San Francisco African American Revolving Loan Fund – Apply by Aug. 4

San Francisco African American Revolving Loan Fund As you may be aware, the San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Mayor's Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) to provide assistance...

Grants up to $5,000 for young people with great ideas – apply by June...

Program Now Offering Up To $5,000 To Innovative Young People             Most high school and college campuses are now closed. Most students are stuck at home, often filling the hours with TikTok and other social media...

Join the Forest Service!

USDA Forest Service hiring for 2020 temporary positions for national forests in California VALLEJO, Calif. - The United States Department of Agriculture's Forest Service will accept applications for more than 1,500 temporary spring and summer...

City College of San Francisco’s Free City available for Summer Session 2019

SAN FRANCISCO -- City College of San Francisco (CCSF) has kicked off registration for Summer Session 2019.  Early registration for continuing students began April 8th and will continue through June 8th, and registration for...

Full scholarships for one thousand students to attend Digital Media Academy Summer Tech Camp...

ONE THOUSAND HIGH PERFORMERS AND LOW INCOME STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE A FULL SCHOLARSHIP TO ATTEND DIGITAL MEDIA ACADEMY SUMMER TECH CAMPS The Nudelman Family Trust has granted US$1.2 million towards scholarships to attend Digital Media Academy summer...