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Creating Age-Friendly Oakland – Community Listening Sessions

Oakland’s demographics are changing. Join the Oakland Mayor’s Commission on Aging for a series of Community Presentation & Listening Sessions to find out how...

Governor Signs Bill That Will Open Doors for More Foster Youth to...

Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) announced last week that Governor Brown signed his legislation, AB 3089, which allows the California Student Aid Commission and the...

Man of Peace, Ronald V. Dellums Remembered

Dylan and Sydney Ross with mom, Piper Dellums as they receive a pin from Rafael Jesús González, Berkeley Poet Laureate.Sunday, September 9 was lovely—a...

Mayoral Ranked Choices: Kaplan and Beckles Want Brooks and Price for...

By Jovanka Beckles & Rebecca KaplanWe write as leaders who have endorsed Pamela Price for Mayor, and who have endorsed Cat Brooks for Mayor, to...

Mayoral Candidate Pamela Price Goes  Hands-on to Clean Oakland Streets

Mayoral Candidate Pamela Price (standing second from left) with a group of volunteers who helped clean Oakland steets.  “We need to stop the illegal dumping...

Post Endorses Desley Brooks for District 6

Volunteers, making phone calls and talking to voters,  join Desley Brooks’ campaign for re-election to Oakland City Council for District 6.The Oakland Post endorses...

Pamela Price and Cat Brooks Dominate as Schaaf Disappoints

Assistant Pastor Jaqueline Thompson provided opening remarks at the mayoral forum on Sept. 19. Photo by Sue Taylor. Mayoral Candidate Saied Karamooz raised a point...

Oakland Releases First Cultural Plan in 30 Years

This week, the City of Oakland released a new Cultural Plan, its first in thirty years. Titled “Belonging in Oakland: A Cultural Development Plan,”...

Clergy Proposal to Help Homeless Faces Another Mayoral Staff Delay

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf has promised to expedite funding for a faith-based proposal to utilize church parking lots for tiny homes and safe car...

Opinion: Hold Mayor Schaaf Accountable for Housing, Police Reform Failures

By Eric ArnoldThe Mercury News (August 12, 2018) reports that as a candidate Libby Schaaf promised that 28 percent of the housing built in...
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