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Opinion: Why Oakland Needs a Smoke-Free, Multi-Unit Housing Policy

By Marlene C. Hurd I agree with the opinion published in the March 16 Post, titled “Teaching is Necessary To Show our Youth How To...

76-Year-Old Woman and Supporters Fight to Save Home from City’s Largest...

Dorothy DeBose, a 76-year-old, life-long East Oakland resident, and her nephew Omar Taylor were joined by dozens of neighbors, friends and supporters this week as...

New Poll: Homelessness and Lack of Affordable Housing Are Oaklanders Top...

Eighty-five percent say they want to require developers to hire local workers first Expressing broad unanimity, 92 percent of Oakland residents rank homelessness as an...

Opinion: Housing Affordability Crisis Requires Bold Action

By Assemblymember Rob BontaIn times of crisis, all options must be on the table.Many parts of California are suffering from a rental housing affordability...

City, Oakland Homeless Seek Immediate Solutions to House the Displaced

In the angry aftermath of the city’s eviction of a homeless encampment in North Oakland, Councilmember Noel Gallo and Joe DeVries, assistant to the...

Williams Chapel Community Forum Discusses How to Use Block Grant Funding

Oakland District 2 residents and other interested people gathered recently to brainstorm how to use Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) money to benefit their...

Evergreen Baptist Church Considers More Affordable Housing

Speaking at times with tears in his eyes, Bishop Frank Pinkard Jr., pastor of Evergreen Baptist Church on West MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, became...

Financing Faith-Based Affordable Housing

Faith-based, specifically African-American church-based affordable housing development in Oakland, “requires a holistic approach,” says The Reverend Dr. Kenneth Anderson, Senior Pastor of Williams Chapel...

Oakland Quickly Responds to Tenants’ Rights Issues with Emergency Measures

The Oakland City Council this week passed an emergency renter protection ordinance and voted to make Dec. 2 an annual Remembrance Day for the...

Health and Housing Disparities Endanger Oakland Families, Says County Health Department

Alameda County Health Officer Dr. Muntu Davis presented a report this week on the correlation between poverty, substandard housing and health inequities in Oakland...
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