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The Baton Rouge man who was found guilty of first-degree murder in the September 2017 killing that left two Black men dead searched the internet for topics like White nationalism, genocide, Nazi propaganda and gun silencers, an FBI agent testified days before the man was found guilty by a jury on Monday. A Baton Rouge […]

Bay View reporters Hanson Lee and Joan Stratis travelled to Minneapolis to stand in solidarity with people in the street who gathered from all over to stand strong during Officer Derek Chauvin’s trial and subsequent conviction for the cold-blooded, slow torture and murder of Big George Floyd in 2020 – an intensely traumatic trial for […]

Almost five months after the world lost Tommy “Tiny” Lister, the actor’s cause of death is finally being revealed. The 62-year-old’s autopsy showed that Lister, who is commonly known for his role as Deebo in the movie “Friday,” passed away from hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, also known as heart disease. TMZ reported on April […]

The history of housing and homelessness in San Francisco is rife with violence, racism and inhumanity. It is no different today, with sheriff-enforced evictions, DPW and SFPD sweeps of homeless people from their sleep in 2 a.m. raids and systematic gentrification of Black and Brown neighborhoods. So many people born and raised here have been […]

Manny Otiko is a freelance writer in Southern California who was recently hit with an $8,000 bill for a kidney stone. He had to get insurance and says Covered California fits his budget. Covered California opens doors for millions to benefit from lower health care costs  With more financial help than ever, Covered California has launched […]

Aoki Lee Simmons took fans back in time on April 28, when the 18-year-old shared throwback photos of her mother, model and entrepreneur Kimora Lee Simmons, and her father, mogul Russell Simmons, as part of a TikTok challenge called “My Parents’ in the 90s.” In the clip, captioned, “#90saesthetic ,” Aoki started the video by informing her followers […]

The world of collegiate speech and debate has been rocked since multiple Black competitors from Spelman College and Morehouse College came forward with claims of alleged racial taunting that went unchecked by tournament judges during a national debate championship in April. The alleged taunting took place the weekend of April 16 to 17 during the […]

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been a trailblazer since being discovered at age 15, making history as the first Black model to make the cover ofFrench Vogue in 1988. But even with her undeniable status in the fashion industry, Campbell says experiencing racism early on in her career and remaining mum has been a long-standing regret. […]

   On April 1, opening day of the baseball season, activist Queen Melody Davis and Baba Jahahara join the East Oakland Stadium Alliance in demanding the A’s stop plans to build a new stadium that would disrupt operations at OUR Port of Oakland and further pollute our West Oakland communities (and instead build at OUR […]

“I like to make little girls feel beautiful,” says 6-year-old Lily Adeleye. Lily is the one of the youngest Black executives to have a brand in two major retail stores after her accessories brand Lily Frilly was picked up by Walmart after about two years in Target. Lily turning to entrepreneurship is no surprise as her […]


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