Oakland Voices Correspondents chat with several small, BIPOC-owned businesses in Oakland following the vandalism that affected more than 200 businesses.
“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.”
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.
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.
Artists turn downtown Oakland into an art museum.
I left the demonstration/funeral procession feeling more hopeful than usual. Maybe all of these demonstrations around the country, from the Bay Area to small towns like Pleasanton and Fargo, N. Dakota, might lead to the[Read more]
A local campaign led by Black activists in Oakland to transform OUSD by expelling school police is gaining momentum.
As protests sweep through the U.S., COVID-19 cases rise. Fruitvale is Oakland's coronavirus epicenter.