“FATHERHOOD SUMMIT” – A FREE DAY-LONG EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE FOR FATHERS AND FATHER FIGURES

Featured Speakers: Scholar, author and activist, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill
And Race Relations Authority and Author, Jerry Tello
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OAKLAND, CA: Fiirst 5 Alameda County Fathers Corps (ACFC), is set to host its inaugural Fatherhood Summit, a free day-long conference on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Merritt College in Oakland.  The Summit is  to provide 1,000 fathers and father figures with a safe space for dialogue, networking and resource exchange focused on supporting the journey through fatherhood. The groundbreaking Summit will be a first-of-its-kind event in Northern California. The event will also serve as the launch for several new programs and services provided by the Fathers Corps.  
14-3-2019

 

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TRACY AFRICAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, LLC INVITES TRACY HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS TO APPLY FOR ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

~ Two-tier GPA Consideration Provides Opportunity for More Students ~
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TRACY, CA: Since its inception, Tracy African American Association, LLC (TAAA) has placed special emphasis on youth education, mentorship, and welfare, and geared nearly all of its fundraising events and activities to benefit its Wayne Nelson Academic Scholarship Program. The 25-year-old organization strongly encourages all African American Tracy, CA high school seniors to apply for its 2017 scholarship, while advising them to give considerable thought and consideration when supplying required application data.
05-02-2019

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ODOS WOMEN OF COLOR CHANGING THE NARRATIVE ENTREPRENEUR CONFERENCE

March 16, 2019 | Mexican Heritage Plaza, San Jose
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ODOS logo blackSAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA: One Degree of Separation Events and Travel (ODOS) founder, Lisa Riley announced today that her company will share a host of Economic Development Resources during its ‘Women of Color Entreprenuer Conference’ under the name of its non-profit arm ODOS Synergy Services. The conference will take place at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose, California on Saturday, March 16th, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
30-01-2019

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GREENE SCHOLARS PROGRAM CONTINUES LEGACY OF ACHIEVEMENT IN BAY AREA YOUTH

The 17th Annual Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair
And Awards Ceremony at Stanford University
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GSP-LOGO-newStanford, CA (January 25, 2019) – The 17th Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair and Gala is the annual gathering of families, dedicated volunteers, and corporate sponsors to support and celebrate African-American youth in grades 3-12 in the Bay Area that takes place at Stanford University on February 2, 2019.  Energized by the legacy of black tech pioneer, Dr. Frank S. Greene, The Greene Scholars Program continues to instill the innovation, higher learning, and the power of community to strengthen the next generation of scholars passionate about science and ready to become the next leaders of Silicon Valley and beyond. 25-01-2019

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Tracy African American Association, LLC Installs 2019/2020 Officers

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TAAA_logo_130TRACY, CA: On Saturday, January 12, 2019, Tracy African American Association, LLC. (TAAA) installed new officers to its Board of Directors.  The ceremony was held at the organization’s general meeting home venue Brookside Senior Living and Memory Care, 355 W. Grant Line Road. For the second consecutive year, TAAA member and Tracy resident, Stephanie Burrell-Hammer quite ably performed Mistress of Ceremonies duties.

14-01-2019

 

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SAN FRANCISCO’S AFROSOLO THEATRE COMPANY CELEBRATES 24TH SEASON WITH BLACK VOICES PERFORMANCE SERIES: “OUR VOICES, OUR LIVES”

~ Oct 18-21 | Buriel Clay Theatre ~
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 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA: San Francisco’s AfroSolo Theatre Company excitedly announced today its 24th anniversary season with its annual AfroSolo Arts Festival.” Titled “Black Voices Performance Series: Our Voices, Our Lives,” live performances take place October 18-21, 2018, hosted by the Buriel Clay Theatre in the African American Art and Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco. General Admission is $20, Seniors (65+) and youth (18 and under) $15.
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FOUR GENERATIONS OF BLACK COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS COMPETE IN 34TH BILL PICKETT INVITATIONAL RODEO

July 14 & 15, 2018 • Rowell Ranch, Castro Valley, CA
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SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA: To the delight of thrilled audiences and rodeo fans, some of the nation’s most skilled and entertaining Black cowboys and cowgirls will ride into the San Francisco Bay Area to compete in the nation’s only touring Black rodeo competition—the thrilling Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo (BPIR). Celebrating its 34th year, BPIR will proudly showcase its athletes performing and competing in Castro Valley, California’s Rowell Ranch Rodeo Arena (9711 Dublin Canyon Rd., Castro Valley, CA 94552) on Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15, 2018.
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