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Police Brutality Prompts Sculptor Michael Chukes to Create Works of Love

 Michael Chukes poses next to his sculpture “Escaped Convict.” Photo by Tobaji Stewart. Saddened, angered and disappointed by the brutality against black men by police,...

Born Into Middle East Conflict, New Graduate Goes Back to Make...

 Feras Fahed Abushaar grew up in Kuwait knowing precisely the damage that conflict could cause. Both his Syrian father and Palestinian mother had lost...

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...

Dr. Vicki Alexander Honored as Woman of the Year by Assemblymember...

Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D- Richmond) honored Dr. Vicki Alexander as the 15th Assembly District Woman of the Year Award recipient.“It brings me great pleasure to present...

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,...

OP-ED: Being Black in America

By DeWayne DickersonI was talking to my kid on Sunday about the verdict of the George Zimmerman trial. She’s six. She asked me the...

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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