Oakland has surpassed the 1,000 mark in coronavirus cases.
Letter: Alameda County should immediately increase access to testing and treatment in the African American community.
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Tagged african american, Alameda County Public Health Department, Black Organizing Project (BOP), Black Women Organized for Political Action (BWOPA), Brotherhood of Elders Network, COVID-19, East Oakland Black Cultural Zone Collaborative, east oakland building healthy communities, East Oakland Youth Development Center, equity, Greg Hodge, Jackie Byers, LaNiece Jones, Oakland Citizens Committee for Urban Renewal (OCCUR), Roots Community Health Center
A group of Black organizations and leaders in Oakland released "The Black New Deal," a list of demands related to COVID-19's impact on African Americans.
By Katherine Brown It amazes me how priorities change as you grow older. Feats and experiences that seem so trivial now, meant the world to me as an adolescent. One activity in particular was getting[Read more]
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Tagged african american, California Endowment, east oakland, Environment, greenhouse gases, Greening, Nails, oakland, Oakland Voices, Race Relations, Salon, Vietnamese