With the conclusion of the Jordan Davis trial, we discuss the value of black life in today’s society. As usual, we get the community’s perspective and at what better a place than the 1st Annual Black History show in Oakland.
Filmmaker Halrodinho Bell presents his new webisode "Man Up Tv", a new show for black men, addressing a myriad of topics that affect our daily lives, in this episode Brother Amir sits down with folks on a panel talking about "What is Black Love?"
Members of the U.S. postal service protest against the privatization of mail through Staples. This would leave thousands of US mail branch employees unemployed, and U.S. mail in the hands of non-union Staples employees. What is being asked is for Staples to hire the USPS Union employees as either managers of the Staples postal branches, to manage and train the Staples employees, or to be hired to work inside the Staples postal branches.
The heart and mind of a young East Oakland Chicana artist. While she bridges Mural-ism and graffiti worlds together to transforms pain into beautiful meaning, summoning strength to resist thrive and live.
The ConMen team travels up north to Sacramento for December's Sac Con! We interview fans, see tons of great cosplay, and sit down with special guests Billy West (voice of Philip J. Fry) and Vic Mignogna (voice of Edward Elric).
Steeda Mcgruder was in prison when she was pregnant with her daughter Malaysia, and eventually gave birth to her while incarcerated. She then went in and out of jail, and after transforming her life and breaking the cycle of incarceration, is now running a support group through the county for recently released women as well.
The ConMen squad (comprised of Ookie, Merc., Sam, and Gino) travel to Sacramento for Super Sac-Con 2013. We got to hang out with attendees, browse the merch, interview Phil Lamar of MAD TV , and John K -- creator of Ren and Stimpy.
Sandy Cuadra, a lifetime Mission District resident, recently passed away. Her niece Jade Rivera remembers how her legacy continues through the Mission District of San Francisco, a place that's slowly changing through gentrification but will forever carry the spirit of Sandy and those who made it what it is to this day.