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‘Not a day off.’ — Martin Luther King Jr. Day in...

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday is a day off for many—but in Oakland, it’s a day on for service and activism.A Day of Activism By...

Council Rushes to Approve Five-Year Police Agreement

At a meeting that lasted over eight hours, continuing from Tuesday evening until 2 a.m. Wednesday morning, community members and activists from the Anti...

Oakland Pays $1.2 Million to Family of Man Slain by Police

The City of Oakland this week paid $1.2 million in a wrongful death settlement to the family of Demouria Hogg, who was killed by...

Hotline Established for Police Whistleblowers to Report Corrupt Officers in Oakland

Police accountability activists this week established an anonymous hotline for whistleblowers to report “corruption, misconduct and predatory policing” within the Oakland Police Department (OPD). The...

Oakland Activists Kick Off Campaign to Recall Mayor Libby Schaaf

Activists kicked off a campaign this week to recall Mayor Libby Schaaf, criticizing the mayor for an explosive series of scandals in the police...

Families of Police Victims Demand End to Slow Release of Coroner’s...

The Anti Police-Terror Project, in partnership with families who have lost loved ones to police violence, has launched a campaign calling for the Alameda...

‘Poetry for the People’ Raises Funds for Police Commission Ballot

The Coalition for Police Accountability (CPA), a group of community organizations whose mission is to place a Police Commission on the November 2016 ballot,...

Four Days of Protests Planned to Rekindle MLK’s Radical Legacy

Social justice organizations are planning “96 Hours of Direct Action to Reclaim King’s Radical Legacy,” from Friday Jan. 15 through MLK Day on Jan....

Members of 30 Groups Plan for Next City Elections

By Carroll Fife   The Oakland Alliance convened a meeting Saturday, Nov. 7 of over 100 people representing more than 30 organizations to plan for the...

Henderson’s Family Files Suit Against Emeryville

Yuvette Henderson’s family, represented by civil rights attorney Dan Siegel, has filed a lawsuit against the city of Emeryville and two police officers responsible...
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