In an unprecedented move, the Oakland Police Department this week released body camera evidence to some representatives of the media but not to the general public in two police-involved deaths, hoping to clear up [...]
This month’s Post Salon will feature an interactive dialogue on the politics and practice of education. The speakers are three longtime educators in the East Bay.
By Ibraheem Muhammad Oakland born artist Milton Bowen hopes to educate viewers of his art and raise consciousness of African American history. And, his recent art presentation at Oakstop in Oakland does just [...]
Three of the Bay Area’s top media personalities were panelists at an event hosted by the East Bay Women in Business Roundtable to discuss the state of Oakland’s image in the media.
The Oakland NAACP and Imani Youth Council will honor Aliya Hall with the Bronze ACT-SO award during a ceremony on Sunday, Aug. 16 at 3 p.m. at Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave. [...]
A tireless advocate who was deeply committed to the education of the children of Oakland, educator Nabeehah Sabree Shakir passed away on March 14. She was 67.
The Oakland school district is doing parent outreach and conducting a publicity campaign to let families know that the first day of school is earlier than usual this year – Monday, Aug. 24.
President Obama this week announced 10 new TechHire Communities, including Oakland, which has committed to placing 400 individuals in paid internships or full-time jobs by the end of 2015.
Members of the city’s Funding Advisory Committee (FAC) voted on their recommendations for the allocation of $955,000 in city funding to provide grants for individual artists and arts organizations in Oakland. <
Recent efforts by the Oakland Police Department to increase the numbers of African American officers have resulted in meager results in the hiring and retention of Black officers, according to a report submitted [...]