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Mrs. Sadie Williams @100, still going strong

Mrs. Sadie Williams celebrates a century of life surrounded by loved ones.

The poisoned people of Treasure Island need gutsy lawyers

Treasure Island soil and groundwater is heavily contaminated with radioactive and hazardous waste deposited through sloppy mishandling of toxic material during Naval operations in the 56 years Treasure Island was a Navy base.

Incarcerated organizers in third month of Alabama prison shutdown

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) has become notorious for running a regime of violence against prisoners

Protests stop SF traffic in its tracks

The goal of A15 Action is to target “the global economy for its complicity in Israel's ongoing genocide against the Palestinian people.”

Shutting down the lie of rent: 20th houseless resident becomes homeful on the day...

We houseless peoples work so hard to create the template of Homefulness, that actively works to unSell and liberate Mama Earth, spiritually and legally, so families like Dani's and  mine and all the families and elders now homeful at Homefulness will never face homelessness again,” said Tiny Gray-Garcia.

How prison officials manufactured gangs and gang wars in Virginia’s prisons

by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson No Virginia prison gangs before 2004 With the prevalence of youth lumpen organizations (so called street gangs) in Virginia today, it’s hard to believe that there were actually no gangs (especially no...

Cuban leaders call for open doors with Black Community

by Jose Ricardo G. Bondoc San Francisco – On March 13, a diplomatic delegation from Cuba met with the San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce (SFAACC) in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood of San...

Walking while Black: The inequitable intersection of racism at the intersection

Recent studies reveal ingrained prejudices and bias against Black pedestrians

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

Kwame ‘Beans’ Shakur: Call to Action for National Unification

“We have to start acting like a Nation instead of just a movement and an organization. We need to free these Political Prisoners. We’re steadily using these terms,” Shakur explained

‘The Rebel Girls’ film reckons with 60 days, 60 years later

A film honoring the mental, emotional and spiritual resolve of 15 Black girls

International civilian aid flotilla to break the siege of Gaza

“When governments fail, we sail!”

Inaugural Father-Daughter Dance celebrates community and family bonds

Scheduled for Sunday, April 14, 2024, starting at 3 p.m., the Father-Daughter Dance promises to be more than just an event

‘Let’s watch Mays’

Willie Mays was one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Many who know the game call him the greatest. 

Yemenis expand attacks on Israel-bound ships to all of Indian Ocean

by Peoples Dispatch Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi, leader of Yemen’s Ansar Allah, said on Thursday, March 14, that his country’s armed forces will expand their attacks against ships moving to Israel from the Red Sea region...

STEM Frenzy: Empowering youth to build a better world

by Ahimsa Porter Sumchai MD “Don’t let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your curiosity. It’s your place in the world; it’s your life. Go on and do all you can with...

Jinho ‘Piper’ shines in solo play ‘Black Men Everywhere!’

"Black Men Everywhere!" discusses the lives of Black men and the terror they face

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.

California Assembly member Mia Bonta donates $1.25 million to support the Black Panther Party...

On Saturday, Feb. 17, California Assemblymember Mia Bonta donated $1.25 million to support the Black Panther Party Museum

44th annual Black Cuisine unites Bayview Hunters Point on Saturday, April 27

From its humble beginnings in the senior center at 1706 Yosemite, Black Cuisine has become a community-wide affair, embracing diverse organizations and individuals contributing to its Black cultural flavor.