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.
Funds will be used for Oakland storytelling during COVID-19.
What do you like most about being in Oakland?
Being required to wear a face mask due to COVID-19 brings back a hard childhood memory.
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.