Black College Expo

Black College Expo returns to Oakland. The National College Resources Foundation hosted the event at the Oakland Marriott City Center. KTVU's Mornings on 2 talked to the foundation founder, Theresa Price about how the event connects students with schools, and teaches students about to find financial support. Saturday, Feb. 26, 9:14am, KTVU Plus

African-American women use professional skills to help community

In honor of Black History month, KTVU brings you the story of three African American women who've been using their professional skills to help the community for decades. The public may not know their names, but it's likely that many people have seen the impact of their work. Amber Lee reports

Touring Oakland's Black history

Walk through some of Oakland's past with the Black liberation walking tour. The guided tours have been highlighting some of the important locations around West Oakland.

Walking tour explores Oakland's Black history

David Peters, the founder and board president of the West Oakland Cultural Action Network, spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine about the efforts to preserve Black history in Oakland's Hoover-Foster neighborhood.

Weekly wellness talks for men of color

Every week, Kaiser Permanente partners with the Word Assembly Church in Oakland to host talks about all kinds of mental and physical health concerns among men of color. Co-founder Kim Scott spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine about why these kinds of spaces are often hard to come by.

1st Black woman to play Negro League baseball honored in Google Doodle

Toni Scott is credited with being the first Black woman to play professional baseball in the Negro League. At one time, she played minor league baseball on the San Francisco Sea Lions, a white team. Today, she is featured in the Google Doodle. Monique Wray, a San Francisco illustrator who drew the doodle, talks to KTVU about Stone.

Black Joy on Wheels

People hopped on bicycles and rode from City Slicker Farms in Oakland to Township Commons.

Group formed during pandemic focuses on racial disparities in healthcare

The theme of Black History Month is "Black Health and Wellness." While celebrating the contributions of Black health care workers, it's also a time to acknowledge disparities laid bare by the pandemic. Dr. Malcolm John, the director of UCSF's Black Health Initiative, talks about his group's work to address disparities in healthcare.