Richmond families are invited to participate in the free Family Chess Night series at the Richmond Recreation Department, 3230 Macdonald Ave. The first Family Chess Night takes place Friday, Feb. 12, from 6 p.m. [...]
Rebuilding wealth among Black Americans through homeownership is the focus of the Mid-Winter Regional Conferences to be convened by National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB).
Speakers at January’s Post Salon examined what Oaklanders as a community can do to solve one of the largest crises facing the city: out-of-control rent increases and evictions that are driving families out of their [...]
The Coalition for Police Accountability is hosting a town hall meeting to discuss recent interactions between residents and the Oakland Police Department (OPD). The meeting will be held Thursday, Feb. 11, 7 p.m. to [...]
“Contrary to the big promises, the proposed new coal terminal will not produce jobs for members of the community,” according to organizers of a community meeting to oppose building the West Oakland coal
Pretty much everyone in Oakland recognizes that commercial and residential rents are running out of control, and longtime residents are being forced out of the city at alarming rates.
Qilombo Community Center of the Afrikatown and McClymonds district has teamed up with local Oakland artist and photographer Danté-Alexander to launch a monthly Art Showcase & Gallery on First Fridays.
When the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited the Oakland Auditorium Dec. 28, 1962 before a 7,000-plus crowd, the themes of his famous March on Washington speech were tested.
The San Leandro Public Library is hosting a Murder Most Foul forum on Saturday, Jan 16, 2 p.m., at the Main Library at 300 Estudillo Ave.
Post publisher Paul Cobb will be the guest speaker at a Martin Luther King Jr. forum at the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland on Sunday, Jan. 17, 11:30 a.m. at 2619 Broadway at the corner [...]