Spike Lee's Talks About His Latest Joint 'BlacKkKlansman'
Film director Spike Lee was in San Francisco for a special showing of his newest film, BlacKkKlansman at SFFILM. BR's Christin Ayers caught up with him on the red carpet.

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Cal's New Freshman Running Back Is Muhammad Ali's GrandsonKPIX sportscaster Dennis O'Donnell met up with Cal's new freshman running back, Biaggio Ali Walsh, the grandson of Muhammad Ali and talked to him about his family, the legacy, and of course, his game.
Civil Rights Attorneys Challenge Loitering Laws In Public HousingCivil rights attorneys are challenging the so-called loitering laws aimed at public housing. As BR's Christin Ayers talked to residents of Oakland's Lockwood Gardens who said the situation is so bad, they are afraid to gather in their own yards.
Don't Miss FREE, A Documentary About The Award-Winning Destiny Arts Center In OaklandBlack Renaissance producer Jan Mabry tells us about Destiny Arts Center, an after-school program in Oakland that's the subject of a new documentary titled, FREE -- young people creating their own destinies through the power of performance. Free is airing on PBS stations nationwide.
Don't Miss 'Detroit '67' At Aurora Theatre In BerkeleyDarryl V. Jones and Halili Knox talk to BR about their new play, 'Detroit 67' set during the turbulent days of the Detroit riots playing at Aurora Theatre, in Berkeley.
Donor Network West Saves Lives Matching Organ Donors With PatientsAyanna Anderson of Donor Network West and donor recipient Camellia Hudson Franklin talk to BR's Christin Ayers about the challenges of matching African American donors with patients who need transplants badly.
Camp Green Growing Generational Wealth In Multi-Billion Dollar Pot IndustryBR's Christin Ayers met up with a group of African American entrepreneurs that is getting in on California’s so-called green rush. It's called Camp Green.

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