By Kevin D Sawyer San Quentin News Journalist This week’s 50th Anniversary of the National Football League’s Super Bowl game pits the Carolina Panthers against the Denver Broncos. This year also marks the 50th [...]
David Duong, founder of Oakland-based California Waste Solutions, is one of the most successful Vietnamese businessmen in the East Bay. His story began on April 30, 1975. Mr. Duong’s father owned a recycling company [...]
By Marvin X Jackmon Co-founder of BAMBD Leaders of the Black Arts Movement Business District (BAMBD) along the 14th Street corridor want: 1) Land placed in a trust not subject to gentrification and [...]
Fremont High School students, teachers and other community members are angry and organizing for change at their school after a security camera video surfaced showing a student being assaulted by a campus security guard.
By James E Vann Oakland’s present rental and affordable housing crisis — which is particularly catastrophic for renters [...]
By Dante J. James The City of Oakland created the Department of Race and Equity in 2015, reflecting the city’s recognition and acknowledgment that racial disparities exist—they are systemic—and it is time to [...]
As part of its ongoing efforts to promote education, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) recently announced the launch of its fourth annual PG&E Better Together STEM Scholarship program.
By Jorge Lerma A disturbing new video has surfaced showing security guards at Fremont High in Oakland roughing up and handcuffing a student in the school’s [...]
Over 300 job seekers showed up at the West Oakland library Monday, Jan. 25, eager to apply for multiple positions with AC Transit, which is currently recruiting for bus operators, service employees and journey level [...]
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 [...]