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Local Bay Area Vaccine Mandates: The Story of a Merritt College Employee Who Refuses to Vaccinate

By JR Valrey, The People’s Minister of Information Econzi Musa is a warrior woman that I had known for over half of my life. We met in the Pan African Student Union at San Francisco State in the 90’s, where we both were searching for … Continue readingLocal Bay Area Vaccine Mandates: The Story of a Merritt College Employee Who Refuses to Vaccinate

Ashel Eldridge of EFAM Talks Homelessness in Oakland and upcoming “Dope is Death” Doc Screening

By JR Valrey, The People’s Minister of Information Ashel Eldridge and the collective that he is a member of, known as Essential Food & Medicine, have been doing vital work with the members of our West Oakland community who live in the streets aka homeless … Continue readingAshel Eldridge of EFAM Talks Homelessness in Oakland and upcoming “Dope is Death” Doc Screening

Ivy Prosper of Ghana’s “Beyond the Return” Campaign Talks About Repatriation

By JR Valrey, the People’s Minister of Information  My two trips to Ghana, in 2021, have undoubtedly changed my perspective for the better, on practical Pan Africanism, and what it looks like on an everyday level, from within an African country. While in Ghana, I … Continue readingIvy Prosper of Ghana’s “Beyond the Return” Campaign Talks About Repatriation

Mental Health Awareness Day at Sunnyside Park in East Oakland on October 10th

Mental health has historically been a taboo subject in the Black community, due to the fact that inner-city communities are under-financed and under-resourced, as well as uneducated as to the consequences of not keeping our mental health in check. Our community is plagued with mental … Continue readingMental Health Awareness Day at Sunnyside Park in East Oakland on October 10th