Published in The Huffington Post By Heidi Boghosian, New York City Attorney, and Johanna Fernandez, professor of History at Baruch College (CUNY) What does it mean for hundreds of thousands of prisoners in [...]
By Michael Liedtke, AP Technology Writer Jesse Jackson renewed his call earlier this month for the technology industry to make workforce diversity as high a priority as product innovation.
Oakland, CA – It’s no coincidence the A’s ended their four-game skid upon his arrival. Back in a uniform after retiring in 2014, he’s ready to help get Oakland back on track. Ron Washington was [...]
The Level Playing Field Institute (LPFI) has released a report titled a “Path Not Found” that chronicles the lack of computer classes available to lower-income students and students of color in California high schools.
Oakland, CA – The best shooter in NBA history stands before us with amazing moves each game. He has left us in awe, with an outstanding performance during the playoffs. Reminding us what he was [...]
The Oakland Unified School District is moving ahead with its plan to tear down the district’s old administration building on Second Avenue and East 10th Street and replace it with a new educational complex. <
Berkeley High School Senior Kadijah Diani Means has been working hard during her high school career to bring racial equity to the world – and the world is watching. <
The City Council took a first step this week to enact a policy that has been four years in the making and could improve the level of police accountability in Oakland, unanimously voting to consolidate [...]
A local community group has not yet received a reply from City Attorney Barbara Parker about their complaint that the City of Oakland is violating local, state and federal laws in going ahead with the [...]
The Governing Board of the Peralta Community College District has announced the selection of four finalists for the position of Chancellor of the four-college district: Jeremy D. Brown, Ph.D., Andrew C. Jones, Ed.D., Jowel C. [...]