“Crowns” plays at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek from Sept. 9 - Oct. 6, 2023.
We are rediscovering Oakland through the Oakland International Film Festival, intending to raise more awareness about these businesses and Oakland in general.
We were legendary. We started off building a reputation from being young kids physically able to defend ourselves as far as street fights go, and then as the years went by, we all became attracted to the finer things in life.
In California, thousands of incarcerated parents are placed more than 500 miles from their children and struggle to maintain contact with their children.
by Jeremy Miller “Pre-crime is both hypothetical and tangible. It brings the real consequence of an imagined future into the present.” – Jude McCulloch and Dean Wilson It is unfortunate how our knee-jerk inclination towards social...
Souley Vegan owner Tamearra Dyson’s recipes were the first to make “a vegan lifestyle” possible to imagine for Black people’s taste buds.
... All must know that “We Ride Too”
For me theater is like church – it’s a space where all kinds of people can gather in the flesh and process what it means to be human together through live actors.
The importance of having Black owned galleries as with any creative Black owned space is the blessing to showcase and tell our own stories and show artwork that reflect our image and expression.
What is striking and at the center of these changes on the continent, though, are a youth that no longer wants to be subjected to neocolonialism
A candid conversation on the potency of hip hop on youth
So as a community, we have to take an anti-draft and anti-war stance and begin to be very vocal about it. Black people and other people who are in the lower income brackets cannot continue to let our blood be the gasoline for the imperialist war machine’s agenda in other countries.
At Virginia’s high security prisons dogs are a FIRST RESORT to force in almost any situation where guards invent or claim justification to use force on prisoners.
On July 15, 2021, Ruchell was denied parole for the 16th time. In 2023, Ruchell Magee signed a petition for compassionate release after incessant work to challenge the legitimacy of his imprisonment.