Several Tuskegee Airmen were in San Francisco Tuesday night to attend a screening of a documentary that tells the story…
Last year, 13 Oakland public school students were murdered, 11 of them were African American boys. To stem the epidemic of gun violence, the Oakland School District launched a class that teaches African American manhood development.
The city of Antioch agreed to pay $360,000 to settle a class action lawsuit alleging police formed a special unit to target and harass black residents who received subsidized rent.
Oakland police officers are often too quick to draw their guns, especially when confronting African-American suspects, according to a federal court monitor.
Historians have launched a search to gather survivor accounts of a deadly World War II incident at a Contra Costa shipyard that contributed to the eventual desegregation of the military.
A Union City school district has agreed to pay $725,000 to settle a lawsuit by African-American students who said school officials failed to protect them from racial harassment and violence.
Fifty years ago, the first African-American justice on the California Court of Appeal was appointed by Gov. Edmund “Pat” Brown.