Prop 16: California's Chance To Reaffirm Affirmative ActionIn November, California voters will go to the polls to vote on Proposition 16, a measure that would lift the state’s ban on considering race, gender or ethnicity in admission and hiring decisions at colleges and universities.
100-Year-Old Bayview Community Garden Grows Food, Understanding, Racial HealingThe Florence Fang Asian Community Garden may look like a dirty, dusty place but it’s a breath of fresh air. It’s a place for racial healing, understanding and learning.
AP News Agency Changes Writing Style To Capitalize 'B' In Black When Referring To PeopleThe Associated Press international news agency changed its writing style guide Friday to capitalize the “b” in the term Black when referring to people in a racial, ethnic or cultural context, weighing in on a hotly debated issue.
Thousands of Runners Hit the Streets for 42nd San Francisco MarathonRoad closures will be in place citywide, through mid-afternoon.
National Spotlight Shines On Berkeley School Where Kamala Harris Was BusedCalifornia Senator Kamala Harris may be getting a boost after Thursday night's debate where she confronted front-runner Joe Biden on race relations.
Sail GP Brings Fastest Sailboats In The World To San Francisco BaySome of the fastest sailboats in the world, representing six different nations were out Tuesday, on the windy San Francisco Bay, getting ready for this weekend’s historic Sail GP race.
Juneteenth: Going Home To Texas, Where Segregation, Jim Crow Was Law Of The LandOn this Juneteenth, KPIX Operations Manger Don Sharp travels to his home town in Texas and recalls growing up in the segregated South under Jim Crow.
Washington Post's First Black Woman Reporter Discusses New Book At Kapor Center In OaklandThe first black woman reporter to work at the Washington Post, who mentored many journalists in the Bay Area and across the country, discussed her six-decade career Saturday at Oakland's Kapor Center.
Following CNN Interview, Trump Mocks LeBron's IntelligencePresident Trump unleashed a withering attack on Ohio's favorite son, savaging LeBron James in a late-night tweet that derided the intelligence of one of the nation's most prominent African-American men.
Oakland Mayor To Discuss Equity In The City After Report Gives Low Score Oakland has a lot of room for improvement to bring equity to residents, according to a report that the mayor will discuss in a public forum this evening.
California Lt. Governor Race Candidates Compete For Voters' AttentionBig bucks are being spent on California’s Lieutenant Governor's race.
Outrage Follows Sacramento Science Fair Project Tying Race to IQA science fair project by a Sacramento high school student enrolled in an elite magnet program, titled "Race and IQ," questioned whether certain races lack the intelligence for the program's academically challenging coursework.
Study: Body Camera Footage Reveals Officers Speak More Respectfully To Whites Than BlacksThe odds of hearing a police officer say thank you, or utter an apology during a routine traffic stop in Oakland are much higher for a white driver than a black driver.
Fresno Gunman Set Out To Kill White People, Police Say"This is solely based on race," Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer told reporters after three people were shot by gunman in the downtown area.
Best Family-Friendly St. Patrick's Day Events In The Bay AreaEach year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on March 17 and honors Ireland’s patron saint. Here are five family-friendly ways to celebrate the holiday and Irish culture.