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Leaders Respond to Building Trades Threats to Fund Desley Brooks’ Opposition...

Councilwoman Desley Brooks has refused to take a position on whether or not the city should adopt a policy which is called a “Project...

Councilmembers Delay Vote on Proposal for Construction Job Opportunities for...

Pre-apprenticeship building trades trainees from the Cypress Mandela Training Center, which was founded by the Oakland Private Industry Council, joined a rally recently in...

Schaaf’s “Trump-like” Answer, She Denies Saying What She Said – But...

Mayor Libby Schaaf (left) listens as Councilmember Desley Brooks criticizes her administration for closing neighborhood career centers, speaking at the April 26, 2016 CED...

City Recognizes National Debate Champions Christine Harris, Malachi Ambrose of Skyline...

Councilmember Desley Brooks (left) with winners of the Urban Debate National Championship, Christine Harris and Malachi Ambrose. Photo by Ken Epstein. Two Skyline High School...

Judge Orders Schaaf and Staff to Stop Denying Access to Public...

An Alameda County judge has issued a temporary restraining order requiring the Oakland City Council to reopen public access to the second-floor galleries overlooking...

OP-ED: Why I Support Brooks’ Race & Equity Proposal

The City of Oakland has many reasons to be a leader on racial justice and social equity.In order to ensure that Oakland makes improvements...

Brooks’ Victory for Oakland’s New Department of Race and Equity

After months of debate, the City Council unanimously voted this week to create a Department of Race and Equity to address systemic racism and...

OP-ED: Proposed Dept. of Race and Equity and the Prophetic Work...

By Rev. Debra Avery, First Presbyterian Church of Oakland   When I considered whether to offer my thoughts on Councilmember Desley Brooks’ proposal for a city...

OP-ED: Oakland Needs Office of Race and Equity

By Desley Brooks It is widely known now that I have called for an office of Race and Equity to be established in the...

Support Grows for City Department to Address Racial Inequality

A number of community leaders are speaking out in support of a new city department designed to decrease inequities and racial barriers in city...
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