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2015/01/30 19:57
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Marin Charitable grants fill a local need As a 48-year member of Marin Charitable, I was delighted to read the recent article highlighting one of our 2014-15 grant recipients. What sets Marin...
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2015/01/29 07:03
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Written and directed by Rick Famuyiwa and featuring a diverse cast of actors, the film spawned a bidding war before domestic and international distributions rights were snapped up late Monday. But...
2015/01/25 03:19
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President Obama speaks at Boise State University. (Carolyn Kaster/AP) As the White House Task Force on 21st Century Policing works to deliver recommendations to President Obama by early March, top...
2015/01/25 00:30
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OAKLAND -- Concern over police brutality and racial profiling aimed at the black community dominated an unprecedented Oakland City Council special session on Saturday that brought together elected...
2015/01/23 05:57
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How much does free speech cost? For the so-called Black Friday 14 protesters, the tag for their action may be $70,000. But after nearly four hours of protests at a BART Board of Directors meeting...
2015/01/22 01:21
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Black Lives Matter has become the rallying cry of those protesting police brutality all over the country in the wake of the police killings of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in...
2015/01/20 01:22
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A civil disturbance closed the Oakland Coliseum BART station Monday afternoon but it was reopened by about 4:30 p.m., transit agency officials said. BART officials issued a service advisory around...
2015/01/20 01:22
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OAKLAND -- Volunteers honored Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday by picking up trash and planting native species on the bay while in a nearby union hall, politicians, civic leaders and students...
2015/01/20 00:29
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OAKLAND -- Volunteers honored Martin Luther King Jr. Monday by picking up trash and planting native species on the bay while in a nearby union hall, politicians, civic leaders and students reaffirmed...
2015/01/19 16:19
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Celebrating MLK Day: Reclaiming Our Movement Legacy Opal Tometi, Alicia Garza, and Patrice Cullors-Brignac, HUFFINGTON POST (Huffington Post)—Today, people across the country pause and remember the...
2015/01/17 22:22
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RICHMOND -- The family of a Richmond man shot and killed by police in September filed a wrongful death lawsuit Saturday, claiming the unarmed 24-year-old had his hands up and said "don't shoot" before...
2015/01/16 14:46
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BART riders were bracing for a longer commute, or possibly not going to work at all, because of a planned protest Friday morning to coincide with the long Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. The first...
2015/01/14 12:22
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OAKLAND -- Women may have been unsung in the past, but that's about to change, says Bay Area vocalist, The Dynamic Ms. Faye Carol. Women will be "heard" in the 21st century in profound ways, she...
2015/01/13 17:18
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Criminal Justice System Overhaul Needed, Say Analysts and Activists by Charlene Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The Final Call (FinalCall.com) – In 2014 Black America’s suffering increased at the...
2015/01/08 11:33
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There are few moments when you can watch a film and feel as though its speaking to the exact moment in which you are living, where art is imitating life with fluent vocabulary, dialect, and nuance....
2015/01/08 01:21
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Jean Quan's mayoral term was book-ended by social protests. Occupy blew up nine months after she was sworn in. Protests against police brutality consumed her final weeks in office. Public discontent...
2015/01/07 10:19
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In a photo taken by a neighbor just minutes before the Aug. 2013 shooting, John B. Geer stands in the doorway of his Springfield townhouse with his hands on the top of his storm door, with two...
2015/01/06 05:57
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A man arrested by plainclothes officers in the Mission in 2013, and whose suspected rough treatment sparked a brawl between officers and bystanders that was captured on camera, has filed a...
2015/01/06 00:21
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I approach 2015 with mixed emotions, but remain hopeful. Our economy is improving from the collapse of 2008. Our stock market has rebounded, employment rates are on the rise -- yet, the issue of...
2015/01/05 22:36
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In a 19-page reflection on the "racial divide" in the United States, Bishop Edward Braxton of Belleville, who is African-American, said he twice had been the victim of what he considered to be unjust...
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