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David Oyelowo Steps Behind the Camera with ‘The Water Man’
September 24, 2020
There is something regal about “Selma” star David Oyelowo (oh-YEL-ə-woh). You experience that sense of sturdiness in his film roles or interviewing him in person or virtually which was the case, last week, as part of TIFF’s master series.  ... read more »
A Warm Sendoff for E. Dotson Wilson, the Assembly’s Longest-Serving African American
September 26, 2019
 On January 6, 1992, the California Assembly elected E. Dotson Wilson as its Chief Clerk and Parliamentarian. The Berkeley native made history that day, becoming the first African American to be voted into that all important, non-partisan role at any legislative body in the United States. ... read more »
Michelle Obama: A first lady who charted her own course
January 18, 2017
Mrs. Obama has been a powerful, if somewhat enigmatic, force in her husband's White House. ... read more »
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Early Childhood Ed. Programs Out of Reach for Many Homeless Parents
August 10, 2016
The growing awareness around early childhood education has led advocates in L.A. County and across the country to push for more programs that serve families in low-income communities and communities of color. But for families living on the street, accessing these programs remains a challenge. ... read more »
First 5 Launches New Parent Support Campaign
July 27, 2016
National survey reveals African-American parents share strikingly similar views with parents of all ethnicities when it comes to parenting challenges and aspirations to keep doing better ... read more »
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