A proposal for a youth curfew in Oakland died this week at the city’s Public Safety Committee meeting in the face of opposition by City Council members and outraged hostility by young people and their [...]
Celebrating the excellence of 21 African American students who achieved 100 percent on the California Standards Test (CST), the Oakland Unified School District Office of African American Male Achievement (AAMA) held its 4th annual Perfect [...]
By Ryann Blackshere How do programs provide college pathways for former foster youth? This video features the story of one young black male student at Laney College, and how one college support program helped him [...]
On Saturday, August 10th, Award-winning high school students will demonstrate their academic, artistic and scientific expertise at a meeting of the Oakland NAACP, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the West Oakland Library, 1801 Adeline [...]
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