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OP-ED: “Policy Pimping” – Hold Legislators Accountable

By D. Demond King Shouldn’t there be a requirement for legislators to adhere to the laws they make? Is it unreasonable to expect that elected...

OP-ED: Give Thanks Now, Shop Later

Thanksgiving Day — a day of family gatherings to give thanks for our many blessings — has evolved into a day of turkey and...

OP-ED: Black Movies That Matter: The Best Man Holiday

By Dr. Richard M. Cooper What happens when a film combines a talented ensemble cast of ebony actors bearing resplendent skin tones, a solid storyline,...

OP-ED: PG&E Should be Fined But Not Forced into Bankruptcy by

By Wil Hardee PG&E is about to receive a hefty fine for their role in the San Bruno tragedy – and it should. The Oakland...

OP-ED: Live from Costa Rica

When the plane first touches down at the Liberia International Airport in Costa Rica, it’s hard not to notice the surrounding wildlife and intense...

OP-ED: Demanding Justice For Boys & Men of Color

By Xiomara Castro In the wake of the Zimmerman verdict, Urban Peace Movement was proud to join a 220-person visit to Sacramento policy makers earlier...

OP-ED: As 49ers Move, SF Black Community Gets Short End of...

Members of the struggling Black community of San Francisco's BayView Hunters Point have plenty reasons to feel as though they got the “short end...

OP-ED: Home Health Services Under Medicare

Medicare covers a variety of heath care services that you can receive in the comfort and privacy of your home. These include intermittent skilled nursing...

OP-ED: Open Process Will Strengthen Redrawing of Oakland Districts

Last month, the Supreme Court weakened the Voting Rights Act and put the rights of voters of color at risk. This week, Oakland residents can...
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