Son of Prisoner of War Imam Jamil Al-Amin Speaks on the Political Imprisonment of His Father

by JR Valrey, The People’s Minister of Information Imam Jamil Al-Amin formerly known as H.Rap Brown was one of the most dynamic Black revolutionary organizers coming out of the 60’s-70’s, in this country, after doing work with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the Black Panther … Continue readingSon of Prisoner of War Imam Jamil Al-Amin Speaks on the Political Imprisonment of His Father

Cuba’s Revolutionary Doctors Have Taken On Covid With Worldwide Medical Solidarity

By JR Valrey, the Minister of Information The revolutionary nature of the Cuban people has allowed the nation to successfully fight a revolution in ‘59, that the U.S. government vehemently opposed, then set up a socialist nation that has been under a US/EU sponsored embargo … Continue readingCuba’s Revolutionary Doctors Have Taken On Covid With Worldwide Medical Solidarity

Oakland Food Connoisseurs Welcome the Black Owned “Portobela Pop-up” To Downtown

By JR Valrey, the Minister of Information There is nothing more exciting to local food connoisseurs, than the birth of a new Black ran restaurant, in Oakland, by Oaklanders. While Epec Food is not exactly a full-on restaurant, it has a multi-faceted food business service … Continue readingOakland Food Connoisseurs Welcome the Black Owned “Portobela Pop-up” To Downtown

Bay Area Songstress Andrezia Releases Single “Sunshine” For the Upcoming Summer

By JR Valrey, The People’s Minister of Information  Bay Area songstress Andrezia has recently dropped a single, perfect for the upcoming summer, called “Sunshine”; where she serenades an allusion to the classic Roy Ayers song “Everybody Loves the Sunshine” in the hook, briefly. In this … Continue readingBay Area Songstress Andrezia Releases Single “Sunshine” For the Upcoming Summer

Songstress Keidra’s Single “Body” Gives the Bay Area a New Sound

By JR Valrey, The People’s Minister of Information Beyond the revolution, prostitution, the drug scene, tech, and independent Hip Hop, Oakland is known for its production of talented female vocalists that either were developed in the Town, or that passed through to hone their craft. … Continue readingSongstress Keidra’s Single “Body” Gives the Bay Area a New Sound

Liberation Park’s Skating Rink, Drive-in Movie Theater, and Akoma Farmer’s Market Brings Life to East Oakland This Summer

By JR Valrey One of the most exciting things locally, to happen during the Covid pandemic is the explosion of activity at Liberation Park, at East Oakland’s Eastmont Mall; a farmers market has been launched, a drive-in movie theater has been created, and a roller … Continue readingLiberation Park’s Skating Rink, Drive-in Movie Theater, and Akoma Farmer’s Market Brings Life to East Oakland This Summer