Mountain View Safeway Calls 911 On Black Woman Giving Food To HomelessSafeway employees in Mountain View called 911 on an African-American woman donating food to the homeless because they thought she was shoplifting.
San Jose High School Teacher On Leave After Racially Charged IncidentA high school teacher in the South Bay is currently under investigation for an alleged gesture using a rope fashioned to resemble a noose made toward an African-American student.
First African American Bishop Of Episcopal Church Tapped To Speak At Royal WeddingThe Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, will speak at the wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle.
African-American Shakespeare Company Casts Theater Classics in New Light"A Streetcar Named Desire" is a landmark of the theater and a classic film, known by many for its beauty, its stars and one iconic line -- "Stella!" -- screamed in agony by star Marlon Brando, in a role that earned him an Oscar nomination.
Wells Fargo Accused Of Preying On Black, Latino Homebuyers In CaliforniaThe city of Sacramento accused Wells Fargo of a "long-standing pattern and practice" of illegal lending in minority and low-income communities that reduced home values, limited property tax revenue and drove up foreclosures.
Palo Alto African-American Homeowner Fights Gentrification Despite Pricey Offers To SellLakiba Pittman was offered a million dollars for her home but she refused. She's fighting gentrification and wants to preserve her neighborhood's African American history.
Protesters Fighting For Racial Tolerance Hold Sit-In At UC Santa CruzA group of University of California at Santa Cruz students have taken over an administration building.
U.S. Mint Unveils First Ever Black Lady Liberty $100 CoinThe U.S. Mint has unveiled a commemorative $100 gold coin that features an image of Liberty as a black woman.
1st African-American Judge Elected To San Francisco Superior Court BenchThe San Francisco Superior Court Bench elected its first female African-American presiding judge, incumbent Judge John Stewart announced Wednesday.
San Francisco State To Launch Afro-Themed Dorm FloorsNew student housing designed for African-American students and culture is coming to San Francisco State University.
Tobacco-Related Illnesses Killing More Blacks Than AIDS, Violence & Other CancersSome African-American public health leaders say too many Black people are dying from tobacco-related diseases, and feel that not much attention has been paid to the issue.