“I am driven by the ancestral spirit that guides me. I envision a place that works for everybody. A place that allows everyone to flourish and a place that embraces everyone’s identity.”
Final plans on reopening OUSD schools will be announced on Friday, July 10.
Oakland Voices interviewed five young leaders who have taken the Black Lives Matter Movement by storm and reminded us that not only are our youth the future, but they are also the present.
The Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the “George Floyd Resolution to Eliminate the Oakland Schools Police Department” last night.
As coronavirus hit an all-time high in California this week with more than 6,000 positive cases per day on some days, Oakland and Alameda County are starting to re-open some businesses and places of worship.
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.
Oakland Voices spoke with two of the principals who want to eliminate armed police in OUSD.
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.
Workers at North Oakland McDonald's sue; plus, where to get free COVID-19 tests in Oakland.
“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]