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Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project Is Hiring!

Acta Non Verba is looking for a Camp & After School Program Director!

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RFP No. 2019-10396 Bus Operator Training Bootcamp | AC...

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION: To be considered, one (1) original and five (5) copies of the proposal must be received by 5:00 p.m. local time on April 9, 2019 at the Purchasing Department, AC. Transit District, 1600 Franklin Street, 6th Floor Oakland, CA...

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Community Wealth Day | April 13, 2019

Eventbrite - Associated Real Property Brokers (ARPB) presents Community Wealth Day | April 13, 2019 - Saturday, April 13, 2019 at WILLIAMS CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH, Oakland, CA. Find event and ticket information.

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Kasiva Mutua: How I use the drum to tell my story

In this talk-performance hybrid, drummer, percussionist and TED Fellow Kasiva Mutua shares how she's breaking the taboo against female drummers in Kenya -- and her mission to teach the significance and importance of the drum to young boys, women...

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Fallen Heroes, Rising Stars: A Juneteenth Celebration...

Grown Women Dance Collective is comprised of retired professional dancers in our 40's & 50's. We're proud to build cross- cultural, cross- generational bridges through the performing arts, make concert dance accessible & relevant to diverse...

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Mayor London N. Breed Tuesday, August 20, 2019 joined City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly to announce $12.9 million in general operating support grants to fund 220 arts organizations that enhance the City’s cultural vibrancy
Earlier today, City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced that San Francisco and Santa Clara Counties are filing a lawsuit to stop the Trump administration from moving forward with a change to the so-called “public charge” rule, which would deny access to residency to immigrants if they receive federal assistance through various programs. Read more.