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Aisha Blackwell

29 Feb

Organizer of Fourth Annual “Black Hands in the Soil: A Film Celebration of Black Farming”

2727 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, California, USA

February 29, 2020

6:00 pm To 9:00 pm

In honor of Black History Month and Black farmers globally, join Pollinate Farm & Garden and Farms to Grow, Inc. for the Fourth Annual “Black Hands in the Soil”, an evening of film, including a feature and shorts about the legacy of Black farming in the United States and globally.… Read more…

Mental Health Friendly Communities will hold this event at Family Bible Fellowship Church. This training provides all stakeholders with a historical perspective of the development and vital role of faith within the African American experience. It offers an understanding of the inadequate impact of how mental health services are currently… Read more…

27 Feb

Building Authentic Connections by NABA San Francisco

19 Grand Avenue, Oakland, CA 94610, USA

February 27, 2020

6:00 pm To 9:00 pm

Professional Black History Month Mixer and Skill Building Session You are invited to celebrate Black History with the Bay Area’s Premier Black Professionals. This event will provide you with an opportunity to ditch conventional “networking” and jump start this decade with tips on how to truly build authentic connections, and… Read more…

14 Dec

2019 Motown Holiday Celebration and SAAMLO Membership Drive

African American Museum and Library at Oakland, 14th Street, Oakland, CA, USA

December 14, 2019

6:30 pm To 8:30 pm

Join the revelry as AAMLO and the Friends and Stewards of AAMLO (SAAMLO) host a 2019 Motown Holiday Celebration and SAAMLO Membership Drive. Get up close and personal with special guest, Oakland native Henry Delton Williams, “Designer to the Stars.” Williams will offer remarks about the concluding 60th Anniversary festivities for Motown and its distinctive… Read more…

11 Dec

Kwanzaa Story and Crafts

Oakland Public Library, 14th Street, Oakland, CA, USA

December 11, 2019

2:30 pm To 4:00 pm

Kwanzaa, which means “first fruits”, is a week-long celebration (December 26 – January 1) of African-American culture, heritage, and values. Join us in the Children’s Room for a read-aloud to learn about the holiday and Kwanzaa craft making with artist Antonia Moler. Light refreshments will be served.