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Are Constant Prayer and Conscious Action Enough?

by Harriet Tubman Wright Although I’m generally positive, looking for the good in situations that are challenging, difficult or just crazy; I’m troubled by the intensified global warming disasters and aghast by the series of regressive executive orders… Read More

Festival of Knowledge

The African American Museum and Library in Oakland is hosting a Festival of Knowledge on July 29, 2017 from 12pm-7:30pm. AAMLO is located at 659 14th Street Oakland, CA 94612. You can RSVP: 510-637-0200. We encourage you to support… Read More

The Life and Legacy of Michael F. Lange

  Join us in our celebration of the life and legacy of Michael F. Lange on May 20, 2017 from 2pm-5pm at the African American Museum and  Library of Oakland (AAMLO) 659 14th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

The Election Vote in 2016

by Matthew J. Sutherland There will be many different looks at what happened and the many pundits will spend weeks analyzing the data, but the biggest story of this election will be the failure of Democrats to turn… Read More

Gina’s Journey: The Story of William Grimes — Opens November 3, 2016 Oakland, CA

by Pettis Perry Gina’s Journey is the story of William Grimes who was slave and who wrote the first slave narratives. It is a compelling story of his life and times during slavery and afterwards once he gained… Read More

The Birth of The Michael F. Lange Foundation

by Carmen Stone, Founding Member Professionally, Michael Lange was an extraordinarily talented person. He was an educator, coach, mentor, counselor, actor, playwright, musician, lyricist, writer, artist, television host, civil rights activist, and humanitarian. He was also an eloquent gentleman… Read More