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A collage image of three Oakland teachers in their classrooms or outside

Back to School in Oakland: Perspectives from a Kindergarten, 3rd Grade Teacher, and Librarian

This article is part three of a three-part series sharing OUSD administrator and teacher perspectives to the start of in-person learning, including many lessons learned during 18 months of distance learning during COVID. (Read parts[Read more]
An Asian American mom is in the middle between her two grownup sons

Oakland Community Activist Shirley Gee in The Try Guys YouTube Video, “We Need to Talk About Anti-Asian Hate”

In March, the popular YouTube Channel The Try Guys shared “We Need to Talk About Anti-Asian Hate,” a video that has now reached nearly two million views on YouTube. The hour-long video was hosted by[Read more]
Orange cones line the way in a parking lot at the Oakland Coliseum, where military dressed people point the way. A big blue tent that says "Governor's Office of Emergency Services" is set up.

Coliseum vaccination site closing in April

Oakland has 25,870 COVID-19 cases. Alameda County has had 82,243 cases and 1,399 deaths.  Vaccine updates in Oakland To date, 808,611 vaccine doses have been administered, including 508,109 first doses and 309,878 full vaccinated. In[Read more]