I learned there’s now a term to describe people like me who are undisciplined mask wearers — maskholes. You know the type: we slop them on like an old sock.
Observe some of the beauty in the Bay Area's natural environment.
Oakland residents seek alternative ways of healing from trauma after surviving domestic, spiritual abuse.
In the midst of a global pandemic, Aqueila Lewis and her family move to Vegas to seek more affordable housing.
Oakland Voices Alumna Kat Ferreira makes her own artistic mask to match a hand-crafted crown during COVID-19.
It looks like mask-wearing will continue for a while. Until then, I'm going to keep wearing my mask, and keep sewing them.
As civil unrest continued worldwide, Oakland Voices’ Coordinator Rasheed Shabazz moderated an online conversation about COVID-19, policing, and inequality in Oakland with Cat Brooks.
We caught up with protesters Michael Houston, Alexcia Sundra, Brianna Noble, and Selena De Leon on why they protest as a part of the Black Lives Matter movement.
“My list of outdoor essential actions narrows down to exercise, shopping, and going to and from work. I wear a mask made out of fabric when exercising; a charcoal filtered mask when shopping; and both[Read more]
Reflecting on the mandatory COVID-19 face mask measures, correspondent Iris M. Crawford shares recent observations in mask designs and behaviors.