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Time Is Up! Georgetown Students Say Yes To Reparations!

God on Wall StreetIn an overwhelming move towards racial justice, the undergraduate student body at Georgetown University voted to pay reparations to the descendants...

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...

Book Review: The Blood of Emmett Till

 You really can’t remember. For sure, something important happened years ago, something you should recall very easily, but time’s made things fuzzy. Have you forgotten or,...

Dr. King’s Connection to Oakland Bay Area

As the Bay Area prepares to celebrate another national holiday honoring the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the...

OP-ED: Oakland Needs a Department to Address Institutionalized Injustice

Two-thirds of the people who live in Oakland are not white and Oakland has a long history of struggle for racial justice.   Yet the situation...

Community Members at Public Hearing Say: “The People Have Had Enough”

Oakland has the chance to be a model for cities across the country on how city government can effectively respond to the Black Lives...
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