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Five African Americans stand and smile for camera.

Thanksgiving came early for unhoused East Oaklanders Thanks to Feed the Hood 19

Thanksgiving came early for unhoused East Oaklanders at more than 75 encampments with Feed the Hood 19 last weekend. More than 100 volunteers were involved with this effort as meals and personal care kits were[Read more]
An art exhibit with silhouettes of African American women on display.

Oakland Voices Alumna’s Hannah Moore’s Curation at EastSide Arts

The space at EasSide Arts Alliance became a place for acknowledging the act of ritual and worship beginning September 17, with the opening night of “Spiritual Technologies.” In the center of the wide open space,[Read more]
cellular image of novel coronavirus with the word Oakland above

New COVID-19 cases slowing in Oakland; reopening limited activities possible

New cases of COVID-19 in Alameda County seem to be slowing down after spiking multiple times this summer. As of this weekend, Alameda County has 22,149 COVID-19 cases. Oakland has 8,671 coronavirus cases. In Alameda[Read more]
A smiling Latinx woman holds up a cookbook.

“Para Chuparse Los Dedos” (“Finger-licking Good”) Central American Recipes and Stories from the East Bay

Cut off from our homelands as refugees not able to return, our food recipes are core to the Central American identity.