April is a month to celebrate innovation in music and industry with ASPIRE SAN FRANCISCO books. Cakewalk: an historical novel about the unsung creators of jazz music is a great selection for Jazz Appreciation Month.
Silicon Ceiling 13: Equal Opportunity & High Technology continues the series that has been the bible for African-Americans in technology since 1998, cited in Congressional hearings,floor speeches and by Presidential candidates. This year, we continue our thrust on innovators with the capacity to create jobs as we observe Black Innovation Month with the Red, Black and Green investor showcase on April 23 in San Francisco at 9′a.m. For an invitation, call 415-272-7209.
If you are a California social science teacher seeking cultural competency leading up to the anniversary of the first public school in California, by the African-American ship captain, merchant and diplomat — William Alexander Leidesdorff — on April 3, 1848 –or just have your curiosity piqued by the African-American Freedom Trail exhibition at the Black Coalition on AIDS, get the Queen Calafia classroom kit
- Our Roots Run Deep: the Black Experience in California, Vols. 1-4
- Come to the Water: Sharing the Rich Black Experience in California
- Black Heritage as Gap Closer
To learn about the real story of how jazz was created during Jazz Appreciation Month, get your copy of Cakewalk: an historical novel about the unsung creators of jazz.
For entrepreneurs wishing to use our CATAPULTECHR advisory services during Black Innovation Month in April and Black Food Month in March, including the fabulous resources of Year of Jubilee: State of Black Business, 10th edition and Silicon Ceiling 13: Equal Opportunity and High Technology, plus entrepreneurship coaching leading up to National Black Business Month in August