Tag Archives: Justice

Rev. Ken Chambers (left).

Faith Leaders Call on Legislators to Commit to Jobs, Justice and Human Rights Organizing meeting for Sacramento action scheduled for Wednesday in Oakland

Three Oakland pastors are taking the lead to bring together interfaith religious leaders to participate in coordinated faith community actions next month at statehouses across the country to revive the country’s moral commitment to jobs, [...]
Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter

OP-ED: When Will Justice Come for Black and Brown Families?

By Patrisse Cullors, reprinted from Huffington Post   Last weekend, we learned with further certainty what we have long known to be true: Black and brown families will not be granted justice by law enforcement.
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Parents of Mexico’s 43 Disappeared Students Will Speak in Berkeley Thursday and Friday

Special to The Post   A group of parents of 43 disappeared students and surviving students from the teachers’ school, “Raúl Isidro Burgos” of Ayotzinapa, Mexico, will be in Berkeley this week. &nb
Nombuso Phiri and Rev. Bongane Nyathi (who formerly worked at the AIDS Project of the East Bay (APEB) in Oakland). Nyathi lives in South Africa, serving as pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Phiri, from South Africa, will visit the U.S. for the International Missions Conference to further develop her winning community design, "The Skill Transfer Project."

“From Charity to Justice” –  Allen Temple Holds International Missions Conference

Seeking to address the challenges that face both Black youth and young adults in the U.S. and in South Africa, Allen Temple Baptist Church Global Ministries of Oakland will host an International Missions Conference.  
Civil Rights Attorney John Burris

John Burris Discusses “Race and Criminal Justice”

Well-known Oakland civil rights attorney John Burris, who has gained a national reputation for representing, victims of police abuse, spoke recently to local students and educators about the persistent and systemic injustices that young Black [...]