Oakland Voices Correspondents chat with several small, BIPOC-owned businesses in Oakland following the vandalism that affected more than 200 businesses.
Filed under COVID-19, News
Tagged Black Lives Matter, Black-owned businesses, Carl Chan, Chamber of Commerce, Chinatown, City of Oakland, COVID-19, downtown, Fruitvale, George Floyd, Laurel, Queen Hippie Gypsy, Randolph Belle, vandalism
“We’re all different, but we all have that love for Sequoia.” -Zachary Hile At the risk of missing the start of Game 1 of the NBA Finals, several generations of Sequoia students, families, and staff[Read more]
Filed under 2016 Project Blogs, Education, Life in East Oakland, My Neighborhood
Tagged Betty Olson-Jones, Carol Pancho, Community, Dimond, Diversity, Donald Bertolo, dunk courts, east oakland, Eileen Linson, Evelyn Gertler, Kyla Johnson-Trammell, latchkey kids, Laurel, Lou Richie, multiculturalism, muticultural, oakland, Oakland Education Association, Oakland students, Oakland teachers, Oakland Unified School District, OEA, OUSD, playground, Public Schools, self-govern, Sequoia, Sequoia Elementary School, students, Teachers, Zachary Hile
By Jian Di Liang Greens relaxes us in busy life. It is nice to live in a neighborhood that can see greens everywhere , such as on the sidewalk and at people’s yards. [Read more]