Wearing a mask is a strange new reality, and wearing one in Oakland is eye-opening.
With many people wearing masks due to COVID-19, people are smiling with their eyes and some people are being nicer.
Oakland Muslims observe month of Ramadan during COVID-19 pandemic by fasting and praying at home, as local mosques closed.
Oakland Voices asked Oakland Muslims, "What's unique about Ramadan in Oakland?"
Oakland families are adjusting differently to the COVID-19 related shelter-in-place order. Amelah El-Amin profiles different families in East and West Oakland.
The shelter in place order has led churches to use technology to provide accessibility to spiritual services, like Easter.
COVID-19 and the Bay Area shelter in place have led Oakland Jews adjust how they celebrate Passover.
The challenges I face as an unhoused Oakland resident during the COVID-19 pandemic are income and work, access to essentials, and taking care of my daughter.
Six places of worship in Oakland providing virtual spiritual services during COVID-19 pandemic and Bay Area shelter-in-place.
As we continue to grapple with COVID-19, many are faced with compromising situations such as how to deal with the sudden loss of employment and how to properly prepare and stay healthy. As some folks[More]