NFL’s Inspire Change initiative awards four new grant partners including Wall Street Bound, which promotes and uplifts social justice work of NFL players and League to develop positive successes within communities of color.
The risks to achieve victory can be great, and the victory of acquittal by your peers is sweet.
Regina Jackson’s love, expertise and trust span 27 years of dedicated attention to our most beautiful and valuable element in shared humanity, our youth.
Good people bringing good tidings and essential goods to their Bayview neighborhood in times of deep need.
Elected ‘officials’ failures result in not “The Homeless Problem,” but instead, “The Politricksters Problem.” VOTE
We have been abandoned here with no way to warm ourselves, our vehicles, or to dry out our clothing or bedding. Everything we own is soaking wet and we are dying from exposure.
Warning, strong backer of HOPE SF Nancy Palosi and friends heard collaborating between the walls of public housing.
Vision, commitment to justice, deep education, and youth energy fire up the Reparations Task Force.
Warning shot fired as the California-Hawaii NAACP monitors the CRC’s redrawing of maps to ensure that Black-led coalition legislative districts and voters are not disempowered or disenfranchised.
Therapist Tia Barnes speaks of the importance and possibilities of nurturing mental health for ourselves and our families during the ongoing COVID pandemic.
Soledad raid: Black prisoners brutally attacked file class action against California’s prison agency and...
The racist prison system flexes its power over helpless captives inside when the masses outside protest too much.
The people of the Tenderloin deserve secure housing, economic opportunity, community-led responses to mental health crises and a government that will prioritize their voices in any proposed solution.
Inequities remain for Black entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry and SB166 fee waiver program should right some wrongs in support of equity.
Young Eric Davis was taken from his loved ones and community because our electeds just don’t care enough.
City of Berkeley feels a painful poke in the ribs about its biased and discriminating policies in awarding city contracts.