In an interview last weekend on CNN, Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent and Mayor Libby Schaaf weighed in on growing national demands for police to wear body cameras in the wake of incessant reports [...]
Independent Monitor Robert Warshaw, federal Judge Thelton Henderson’s representative in Oakland, is putting a spotlight on police shootings in cases that may be “by the book” and “legally defensible” but result in injuries and [...]
A group of national faith leaders in Ferguson for the one-year anniversary events of the murder of Mike Brown and Ferguson Uprising lament the continued assault on an already traumatized and hurting community.
Santa Clara, CA – It did’t take long for the Forty-Niners to make a decision that surprised many. Less than 24 hours after Aldon Smith was arrested Thursday night, the 49ers released the Linebacker making [...]
Fifty years ago, Post Publisher Paul Cobb went South to join the fight for voter registration and engage in Civil Rights activity, taking a stand on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma.
By Post Staff Oakland neighbors held at least 560 block parties Tuesday evening, part of National Night Out, a popular and growing annual celebration in neighborhoods and cities across the country.
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.
Santa Clara, CA – It’s that time of the year again. The veteran players arrived today for Training Camp. After a few months off, the team has returned ready to play football. The excitement and [...]
By NBC News and Post Staff President Barack Obama spoke proudly of his Kenyan heritage before a raucous and affectionate crowd in Nairobi. “I am proud to be the first American president to [...]
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 [...]
A new report released by the City of Oakland indicates that the police department is still falling short in efforts to diversify its force of sworn officers.