The ancient Egyptian Ankh is a symbol of our unification between human and the divine.
Capitalism’s big pharma makes bank on Black and Brown communities while watching them die.
Stop snatching babies for federal funds – Families in Resistance is exposing trauma and corruption in the web that is child welfare, police, hospitals and federal legislation.
Keeping it real, honorable, celebratory and focused, Baba Jahahara brings our news home.
Racial violence and oppression tortures Black parents with never-ending anguish.
Love food? Hungry? Start here . . .
Jackie Wright honors the life and legacy of Bay Area icon, Jerri Lange.
Exit the numbing comforts zone and discover buried treasures in the ‘Heroes of Hip Hop’ at the George Moses Horton Project at Stanford University.
First 5 California debuted its informative and resource-packed Kit for New Parents to millions of families and caregivers throughout the state.
Lisa “Tiny” Gray-Garcia expresses the deep connections in the love for comrades lost and the shameful reality of an intricately woven web of poverty, homelessness and mental illness, suffering and death, controlled and managed by murderous poLice, wite supremacy and gentriFUKing under krapitalsm.
Wanda Sabir presents a thoughtful journey considering the effects of the pandemic on our reality, and experiencing through memorial art, theatre, healing arts and poetry the beauty, trauma, wisdom, fight and survival of Black wom(b)en holding the possibilities of the future.
No woman is an island and eventually the life will serve up a brick wall challenge that another strong woman, having experienced and worked through a similar challenge, might be the opportunity for solution collaboration for empowerment. Solutions for Women honors the experience.
Baba Jahahara never fails to offer up the beauty of humanity in community with his garden of loved ones transitioning, revolutions building, justice promising, freedom awaiting, movement posturing, humans imagining and congratulating outstanding achievements acknowledged. We feel the love.
Reweaving the frayed fabric of the web of existence, the screening of “Reclaiming Sacred Grounds: In Memoriam Black Lives Matter,” followed by a panel discussion about reclaiming the land where Black people have been laid to rest, brings expanded possibilities to illuminating and reconnecting the past to the present and future in honor and dignity.
Tara Belchar opens a personal view of an increasingly familiar picture of the inhumanity of homelessness as brutal, most often imposed and more often ignored and dismissed as someone else’s problem. We created homelessness – the collateral damage of classist, racist capitalism. Our humanity is being tested by the challenge of taking responsibility for our creations.