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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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For less than $100 be on your way to a new career as a website designer. Part of the San Francisco National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Doris Ward Workforce Development Program, the website design classes are available to kickstart a whole new career for interested person. Read the details.
The May 30-31 event kicks off as U.S. Representative Barbara Lee leads a town hall discussion on the intersection between civil rights and the quest for tech equity with its impact on the poor and communities of color. Panelists include Janice Mathis, Executive Director, National Council of Negro Women, Inc. and Angela Rye, Empowerment, Advocate and Political Strategist. The locations are Google in Sunnyvale, CA (Thursday, May 30th) and Salesforce in San Francisco. (Friday, May 31st).See all the other 2019 PUSHTECH 2020 details.
Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight shares Bay Area Perspective on Pelosi & Trump via San Francisco independent journalist, Anh Le; W.E. is sayin' what Stephen A. Smith is sayin' on Warrior's Klay Thompson's All NBA Game Pass; San Francisco Black Film Festival, June 13-16 needed now more than ever; PUSHTECH 2020 is Sold-Out; Check out Bay Area and International Business Opportunities and more.