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Dorothy King (right), owner of Everett & Jones BBQ, and Sam Lefebvre, a resident at the artist warehouse neighboring the restaurant in Jack London Square. Photo by William Hammons.

Everett & Jones, Warehouse Artists Take on Oakland’s Housing Affordability Crisis Artists and Black residents seek plan for “mutual aid and unity”

Proprietors of Everett & Jones BBQ and residents of a neighboring artist warehouse met over the weekend with a message of unity and mutual aid as they paid tribute to the 36 lives lost in [...]
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Photographer Brittani Sensabaugh’s 222 Forgotten Cities Project

Oakland Photographer Brittani Sensabaugh is on a mission to document what she terms “Forgotten Cities,” cities that have a large “melaninated” population, by displaying her art on billboards in cities across the nation. Her p
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Black Arts Movement Business District Wants Artists to Have Affordable Housing

The Oakland Black Arts Movement Business District (BAMBD) is backing Mayor Libby Schaaf’s announcement of housing grants for East Oakland artists and is asking that the mayor also secure housing and space for the artists [...]
Las consecuencias del incendio que estalló en Ghost Ship en Oakland el viernes por la noche. Foto cortesía de LA Times.

El incendio en Oakland producto de la crisis de vivienda y la negligencia de la ciudad, dicen los defensores de la vivienda

En los días siguientes al trágico incendio en un convertido almacén en Oakland que mató a 36 personas el viernes, la ciudad y los miembros de la comunidad han estado luchando por respuestas a lo [...]