Some words seem rarely mentioned in this highly toxic political season. We’ve heard about bombs and walls, but very little about peace. One is almost tempted, when some of the candidates are speaking, to burst into song – give peace a chance. Continue reading From Mary Church Terrell to Barbara Lee: Black Women in the Peace Movement
San Bernardino, CA Feb 6, 2016–Join the Black Chamber of Commerce Inland Empire on 10am-4pm at Court Street Square in Downtown San Bernardino. There will be food vendors, entertainment, dancing, music, and a “Kids Corner” sponsored by First 5 San Bernardino. Continue reading 47th ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY SUPER EXPO
Welcome to Khalifa’s California, an exploration of interesting and little known facts about the state sure to elicit an ahh or ohm; an ah-ha or uh-oh; an oh-my or oh-no.
The minority population has grown tremendously since the year 2000. According to the Census Bureau, the Hispanic population growth is due to U.S. births–and Asian population growth is due primarily to immigration since 2012.