Recipes showcased in the cookbook used local produce to create dishes from five distinct culinary regions: Iraq, East African Countries (Uganda, Congo, and Kenya) Ethiopia and Eritrea, Somalia and North African countries (Egypt and Morocco).
Local businesses and performers were invited and escorted onto the military base to participate in, and pay tribute to historical achievements within the African American culture.
San Diego, CA, February 18, 2016 – In celebration of Black History Month and as part of its ongoing commitment to cultural diversity and responsible banking, Union Bank has partnered with KPBS to honor two inspiring local heroes.
Starting out as a young poet, Nikki Giovanni helped give voice to the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The poems of Nikki Giovanni helped to define the African-American voice of the 1960s, ’70s and beyond, as a prominent force in the Black Arts movement.
What do you get when you mix hard work, dedication and a few fearless women wanting to make a change in their community?
MUSICAL PHENOMENON BLACK VIOLIN SET TO PERFORM IN SOUTHEASTERN SAN DIEGO The duo shatters stereotypes at their only performance in San Diego this year! SAN DIEGO, February 2, 2016 — Hip-hop beats meet classical notes to create the musical phenomenon that is Black Violin. The duo of classically trained string instrumentalists, Kev
Twenty-year old Austin Martin knows what it’s like feeling apathetic towards school-work. In a phone conversation with The Chocolate Voice, the graduate of San Diego’s Francis Parker High School, confidently tells us that although
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Unified School District selected Michelle King as its next superintendent Monday, making her the first woman in more than 80 years and the first black woman ever to lead the nation’s second largest school district.
(Long Beach, CA) On Saturday, December 19th, New Image Emergency Shelter for the Homeless, Inc., brought holiday cheer to thousands of bright eyed children in the Long Beach area. In its 21st year, the organizations annual Christmas Store and Holiday Giving Campaign provided gifts and food benefitting homeless and low-income families including more than 1,500
By: Rebecca Paida Now is the time to welcome refugees, not shut them out. Given the recent controversy over refugees, I am compelled to write about my refugee story and call on cities to create inclusive Citizen Commissions on Refugee and Immigrant Affairs. My refugee journey began in 1997 when my family escaped from Sudan