Oakland author Aida Salazar's latest book delves into immigration centers for children to understand, through a series of free-verse poems
Oakland reacts to death of Shock G, of Oakland's Digital Underground.
It’s a difficult time to prioritize emotions. Days after people took to the streets in protest for #StopAsianHate responding to the mass shooting of eight people in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian women, comes[Read more]
Fear in Asian American communities continues to build after a mass shooting in Atlanta and continued reports of violent street assaults. Last night, hundreds gathered in Chinatown to show solidarity.
An online open mic for musicians and poets, paired with a live band, provides a safe space for artists.
Oakland School for the Arts Digital Media student Cadence Patrick shares photo essay on moving across the globe during the pandemic.
Oakland School for the Arts Digital Media student William Truong shares photo essay on Melrose Branch of Oakland Public Libraries.
Last week, the Oakland Cultural Affairs Commission, along with City Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas’ office, organized a virtual town hall and concert featuring Asian and Pacific Islander and Black artists in Oakland. The event[Read more]
"This is something people do not know. The history books do not carry us.” - Ericka Huggins
Libraries are physically closed, but they continue to serve their neighborhoods. One East Oaklander shares her experience.