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“Putting Equity at the Center,” a Forum for Oakland Parents

Equity Allies for OUSD, a group of local parents and community members, is holding a forum on issues facing Oakland public school families, Saturday,...

Proposed City Jobs Policy Could Shut Out Black Construction Workers

City staff, along with Councilmembers Rebecca Kaplan (front left) and Abel Guillén, hosted a meeting Monday evening at City Hall to hear community feedback...

SF State Dean to Lead American Psychological Association’s Ethnicity & Race...

By Matt Reed courtesy SF State NewsAlvin Alvarez hopes to bring research on effects of racism into communitiesAlvin Alvarez has spent more than 20...

Opinion: Institutional Racism Is Real In Oakland

Exposing Racism in Oakland. Photo courtesy of whatshappeningblackoakland.wordpress.com. By Wilson Riles Jr.It was a surprise to me, despite my 38 years of involvement with Oakland...

Oscar Dubón Appointed as New UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor of Equity...

Oscar Dubón, materials science and engineering professor and associate dean of equity and inclusion in the College of Engineering, has been selected as UC...

New Report Looks at Equity in Cannabis Industry

The Greenlining Institute and UC Berkeley are issuing a new cannabis report, “Cannabis Equity Policy” by researcher Leslie Valencia. The report will be published...

Greenlining Institute Examines “Racial Justice on the Frontlines”

The Greenlining Institute brought its 24th annual Economic Summit to the organization’s new hometown of Oakland April 14. At a moment when communities of color...

Parent-led Conference on Equity in Oakland Schools

Outcomes and opportunities for students in Oakland vary dramatically across schools. For anyone who is interested in why this is, and what can be...

Op-Ed: The Drug War, Mass Incarceration and Cannabis Equity

By Cat Brooks It is no longer questioned that the war on drugs has disproportionately impacted Black, Brown and poor people. What is less understood...

Will City-funded Jobs Go to Oakland’s Black Residents?

The City Council will vote Tuesday on a resolution to guarantee jobs for unemployed and underemployed African American and women workers who have long...
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