Thursday, March 30, 2023

Healing starts in Hunters Point

Dr. Ahimsa Sumchai and HPCBP creates real hope for environmental reparations and recovery.

Ranked choice voting shakes up Oakland mayoral election

Election candidates can be more successful by educating voters about RCV.

The Temptations are golden

Keeping the Temptations' good thing goin’ with “Ain’t Too Proud.”

Honoring and highlighting our unsung Black hires 

Looking deeply at the wide picture of hiring Black people.

Families rise against CPS, family court and child support injustice

The fight is on for the children – family rights are human rights.

Legendary thespian Aldo Billingslea talks theater and starring in the theatrical adaptation of Frank...

Tension between recognizing the humanity of your neighbor and twisting it for political gain resolves an exciting, relevant story with a happy ending!

Cheers to here

The real – with hope, reverence, purpose and love.

UC academics picket campuses in largest strike of the year

The state relentlessly hoards while The People fight for affordable food, housing and transportation.

SF launches Guaranteed Income for Transgender People (G.I.F.T.) 

The G.I.F.T. of relief shines bright for the great needs of our people.

Bay Area entertainment renaissance woman Keldamuzik speaks

Fired up Keldamuzik says, “No! I can do it ALL.”

Runaway love: What happened at the DNA Lounge?

Everyone is injured in every act of this ongoing play – can the final curtain bring a happy ending?

In East Oakland, JR Valrey teaches youth to use media against the system

Young Black people being armed with the baton of truth to live and create in the changing world.

Bigger than what you think: an interview into the mind of Oakland Hip Hop...

Con B lights it up with power and respect.

Hunters Point wordsmith Yung Lott drops a new album on 12/12

From the basement of an abandoned Mazda, trying to make music, Lott did – it’s called “Lott Season.”

Youth driven ‘KOLA’ aka ‘Black Nutcracker’ returns after pandemic hiatus

“KOLA - Oakland's Very Own Afro Diasporic Remix of The Nutcracker” returns Dec. 15-18 at Agency, 2150 Livingston, Oakland. "KOLA's" first run was seen by 3,000 people.

U.S. district judge overturns SF jury award in civil suit related to unsolved murder...

Achieving Justice for Josiah is buoyed by small victories and big love.

Trouble selling Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island condos

“They planned it and built it when they thought that they could fill it and nobody's coming.”

Jeremiah’s Social Justice Voter Guide for the Nov. 8, 2022, Election

We need to make courageous efforts against big money and racism that wields our institutions to neglect, marginalize and exploit the poor and working class.

City College Board of Trustees election offers a positive alternative

City College was the biggest community college in the country 10 years ago. With a better board, we can bring back its glory.

Vote Yes on I (Include Everyone) and No on J (Just Elites)

Don't let drive-by views go by the wayside. Open up JFK Drive! Vote Yes on I and No on J!