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The 43rd Annual Parade and Festival

The Oakland Black Cowboy Association, a not-for-profit organization, has spent four decades enlightening children and adults with the contributions of people of color in the settling of the West. People from all walks of life attend this one of a kind parade and festival which features nationwide...
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Black Speculative Arts Movement: Black Imagine Oakland

Join us for panels and films about Afrofuturist and speculative approaches to topics of black art, writing, indie comics, and indie film with alternative visionary perspectives of the future. For more information Click Here
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Autism Speaks Walk 2017

Your participation in the Bay Area Autism Speaks Walk makes change possible. Walk with us for change! For more information Click Here
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The 13th Annual CubaCaribe Festival of Dance Music

CubaCaribe Festival has been highly acclaimed for being the only festival to present popular, contemporary and folkloric cultural expression, religion, history, and politics of the Afro-Caribbean Diaspora. For more information Click Here
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BCF 2017

Weekends of Unique and Dynamic Performances honoring African and African American Dance and Culture! For more information Click Here
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All Power To The People: Black Panthers at 50

Celebrate Black History Month by learning about the Black Panther Party, In the gallery, uncover the history of the Black Panther Party—a history that is often misunderstood. Charismatic Panthers—both men and women—created programs to benefit the people, stood up against power, and earned the...
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43rd Annual Black History Month Observance: The Crisis in Black Education

Join us for Educational Displays, Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) Representatives, Soul Food Station, Drummers, Vendors, Arts & Crafts, Nana from Ghana, Choirs, Poets, Instrumentalists, Children, Line Dancers, Black History Games and more! For more information Click Here
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T. REX PLANET

Announcing T. REX PLANET, a fun-filled family event at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA and the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, CA. There will be a range of fun and engaging activities designed to appeal to and engage all members of the family. Embark on a prehistoric...
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Tabia African American Theatre Ensemble presents Gees Bend

In honor of Black History Month Gees Bend depicts the turbulent history of African-Americans during the 20th century. $5 Discount for Students/Seniors/Groups of 10 For more information Click Here
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BLACK COMIX ARTS FESTIVAL

The Black Comix Arts Festival celebrates African American creativity in the comic world! Join us for DJs, lots of music, fun and Cosplay fashion! For more information on BCAF2017 Click Here
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