Meet Richard Patterson, CEO of Trion Supercars, maker of the 2,000 HP Nemesis, keynote speaker for  Innovation&Equity16 and Henry Jones, chair of the investment committee of the world's largest pension fund, luncheon speaker, by registering today.  

Nichol Bradford, who ran the largest online video game in the world, describes how exponential technology is the next stage of the black freedom struggle, channelling Harriet Tubman.

Limited seats are still available for the most important event in African-American business  history where innovators connect with capital.

Jason Young, program directorof the African-American Art & Culture Complex; Kevin Carroll, executive director of the Hotel Council of San Francisco; John Jacob Sims and Tiarra Earls of the Port of San Francisco and wealth manager Steve Wilkinson take the Freedom Trail


Our Roots Run Deep: the Black Experience in California, Vols. 1-4 is the backbone behind the California African-American Freedom Trail, tracing 500 years of history in the Golden State from the 1500s to the most contemporary headlines.   Featured this year during the American Educational Research Association and American Library Association conventions, it won the Library Laureate award from the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library in 2002 and the Sesquicentennial Commendation in 1998.   Effectively used in classrooms since first published in 1991, the four volumes are supplemented in the Queen Calafia classroom kit as part of this exclusive offer which saves $70 over retail price for the eight book package.   Come to the Water: Sharing the Rich Black Experience in San Francisco, the textbook for the annual seven week course from January to March, focuses on San Francisco with primary sources for two centuries.   Black Heritage as Gap Closer: California Educator Capacity to Provide Culturally-Responsive Social Studies is a research study of the need for training and materials to teach learners of African descent.

Pedagogy books Reach Wisely: the Black Cultural Approach to Education by Annalee Walker and Do Not Call Us Negros: How Multicultural Textbooks Perpetuate Racism by Sylvia Wynter enhance the content materials.