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Stories by Martin
A Laney College professor was placed on administrative leave after he told an Asian American student to 'anglicize' her name.
Funds will be used for Oakland storytelling during COVID-19.
We've reached out to public health professionals and elected officials, and we want to hear from the community: Why does East Oakland have so many[Read more]
Letter: Alameda County should immediately increase access to testing and treatment in the African American community.
With the high prevalance of ashtma in Oakland, here are some tips for residents living with asthma during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of Black organizations and leaders in Oakland released "The Black New Deal," a list of demands related to COVID-19's impact on African Americans.
Amelah El-Amin Amelah El-Amin is a mother, grandmother, and African American Muslim human rights activist. She has been serving our community for over 25 years.[Read more]
Multimedia journalist Rasheed Shabazz will coordinate the Maynard Institute’s flagship community storytelling program, Oakland Voices, the organization announced today. Shabazz has a range of journalism[Read more]
The Oakland Voices 2017-2018 class graduated July 20, 2018 – Patricia Contreras-Flores, Hannah Moore, Kevonna Taylor, Tonya Shipp, Eduardo Jimenez and Ryan Barba. Congratulations. [Read more]
Oakland Voices alum have been working with KALW public radio station to develop radio stories about East Oakland. Here are the links to the stories:[Read more]