Alysia Reaves speaks at an SF rally to protest brutality against Black Americans. Reaves, an Oakland resident, says she envisions a world "that works for everybody."
“I am driven by the ancestral spirit that guides me. I envision a place that works for everybody. A place that allows everyone to flourish and a place that embraces everyone’s identity.”
Final plans on reopening OUSD schools will be announced on Friday, July 10.
Oakland Voices interviewed five young leaders who have taken the Black Lives Matter Movement by[Read more]
The Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the “George[Read more]
As coronavirus hit an all-time high in California this week with more than 6,000 positive[Read more]
As civil unrest continued worldwide, Oakland Voices’ Coordinator Rasheed Shabazz moderated an online conversation about[Read more]
Oakland Voices spoke with two of the principals who want to eliminate armed police in[Read more]
We caught up with protesters Michael Houston, Alexcia Sundra, Brianna Noble, and Selena De Leon[Read more]
Workers at North Oakland McDonald's sue; plus, where to get free COVID-19 tests in Oakland.
“My list of outdoor essential actions narrows down to exercise, shopping, and going to and[Read more]
Latinos nearly half of COVID-19 cases in Alameda County.
Latinx people make up 22.4% of Alameda County's population, yet they represent 47% of the[Read more]
Artists turn downtown Oakland into an art museum.
I left the demonstration/funeral procession feeling more hopeful than usual. Maybe all of these demonstrations[Read more]
A local campaign led by Black activists in Oakland to transform OUSD by expelling school[Read more]
Face coverings now mandatory in Alameda County. Residents can form "social bubbles."
30-40% of permanent OPL staff members have been working on disaster service work during the[Read more]
UCSF medical professionals have warned that tear gas could exacerbate health problems.
“People today are acting like this is the end of the world, but when you’re[Read more]
"This pandemic has illustrated not only is housing a human right, but a public health[Read more]
“What COVID-19 shows us is that we are all connected, so if we don’t take[Read more]