Damu Dailey

Delving into modern media platforms through historical documentaries and creative podcasting, Dailey is now seeking to write about global issues and newsworthy cultures that affect us all locally. Through writing and photojournalism, he is presently working to capture the underlying subtext and topical narratives of today. Raised in the Mandela Parkway area of Oakland, Dailey is proud to delve deeper and share with "Oakland Voice's."

Stories by Damu

Food Desert

East Oakland is considered a food desert. A food desert–according to the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture)–is defined as a “low-access community” where at least[Read more]

Ghost Notes

Notes on spirituality Thirty six people died in Oakland’s most horrific fire on Friday December 2, 2016. This is a story about photojournalism and two[Read more]

Do Homeless Lives Matter?

January 1, 1:35 AM 2017, Oakland. Emergency lights flashed in an underpass filled with fire trucks, police cars, and ambulances. Paramedics and firemen hovered over[Read more]

We Are Rome

It’s not the election of Trump. It’s the murder of Martin Luther King. It’s not presidency of Trump, it’s the assassinations of John F. Kennedy[Read more]