Saturday marks International Girls in Aviation Day, and Bay Area scholars took point on the celebration.
Last year the Amigos de Guadalupe, Center for Justice and Empowerment, bought the property to make space for the next generation of community leaders.
A special meeting of the Sunol Glen School Board was called with just 24 hours’ notice and only two of the three board members present. It comes following a divisive decision to restrict all flags flying beyond the state and national flags.
The renowned Pebble Beach Golf Links on the Monterey Peninsula played host to a special tournament this week.
Fiesta de las Americas brought thousands of people to the heart of San Francisco's Latino Cultural District in the Mission District on Saturday.
Trustees of Sunol Glen Unified School District, which oversees a single school, Sunol Glen School -- adopted a policy Tuesday that won't allow Pride or inclusivity flags on its official flagpole.
The majority of California voters oppose cash reparations payments to Black residents, according to a recent poll.
Nearly four years after the closure of the Stud in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood, the collective of owners aims to reopen the legendary bar in a new location next year.
Chabot Elementary was evacuated on Tuesday morning after the school received a bomb threat that contained racists undertones, according to Oakland police.
Massive crowds gathered on the National Mall this weekend to honor the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.
Thousands converged on the National Mall on Saturday for the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.
It was a California matchup for the last pre-season home game for the San Francisco Forty Niners, and an opportunity for California to set a new standard to make professional football more inclusive with a special event.
Other modern public figures have used coded language around race, but few at Trump's level have shown such a consistent pattern of deploying racist language and tropes.
FIDE, the international governing body for chess, unveiled regulations that critics say are unfair to trans players.
One camper, from Oakland, has a white Jewish mother and a father who is Black and Muslim. Another was adopted in Uganda by a white Jewish woman; they now live in Montana.
If convicted, the 17-year-old boy accused of stabbing and killing O'Shae Sibley is facing a minimum of 20 years in jail.
Henrietta Lacks' cancer cells changed the course of modern medicine after they were taken from her without consent or knowledge. The cells were the first living human cells to ever survive and multiply outside the body.
The airline plans to install its entire fleet with Braille signs by 2026.
Asian Americans in San Francisco say they are constantly on guard, worried about being attacked for who they are. City leaders are speaking out against the violence.
Opening a new front in legal battles over college admissions, the U.S. Department of Education has launched a civil rights investigation into Harvard University's policies on legacy admissions.