As a young, first-generation Black man born and raised in Oakland, the new Marvel comic movie Black Panther showed — and clarified — both sides of my life and culture.
Daud Abdullah runs Treasure Box Academy, a project that he hopes will help beautify the city, one trash can at a time
For the second year in a row, women from all walks of life gathered in the streets the streets of the Bay Area and across the country for the Women’s March.
The Richmond Community Services Department will host its annual Black History Celebration from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3, at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium, 403 Civic Center Plaza.
More than 400 community members gathered at the Richmond Greenway trail on January 15 to celebrate the grand opening of Unity Park during the 11th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
For black mothers who are single there are no trophies made to honor their bearing.
Food Handlers Café’s menu is made up of American diner classics including burgers and pancake breakfasts. They also have dishes that reflect their Southern flare like chicken and waffles, and French toast made with Texas toast.
Richmond resident Jake Sloan has authored a new book, Standing Tall: Willie Long and the Mare Island Original 21ers, that examines discrimination and inequality, including hiring opportunities, pay, and general job security, at Mare Island Shipyard from the 1930’s up until the action was taken in 1961.
A recent study found that teenagers today are delaying taking on adult responsibilities, compared to teens from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
I learned my lesson, so I won’t tell 2018 to bring its worst. But, I will say, we’ve got this, y’all. It seems fruitless to say we should celebrate the upcoming year, however, we should because we are still here.