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Immigrants Like Me Will Be Crucial to Economic Recovery

As a teenager in Senegal, West Africa, I grew up watching American sitcoms like Beverly Hills 90210, and lots of MTV. The television version of the American Dream was beautiful, overflowing with fun and opportunity. What young Senegalese youth wouldn’t want to exchange French colonial rule for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in […]

Collective of Black Bay Area Creatives Push for Juneteenth’s Observance, Shining Light on its Cultural Significance

Juneteenth wasn’t taught in the vast majority of public and private schools, leaving now-adults (and still-enrolled youths) to scratch their heads at the holiday’s importance. That in and of itself is part of the problem. A day meant to venerate the liberation of those who had been held as slaves in the United States — […]

Seven Black Owned Wineries To Support For National Rose Day and Everyday

National Rose Day is coming this Saturday—and while you may be sipping on some currently as the days roll by. We wanted to highlight the Bay Area regions black and brown owned wineries you should be definitely supporting whether rose, pinot, red, and more. As we continue to uplift black and brown voices in the […]

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