Month: August 2014

Oakland Mayoral Candidates Talk Army Base Jobs

Posted in Army Base Jobs, Business, Economic Development, Elections & Voting Rights, Labor, Oakland Job Programs, Transportation By Ashley Chambers Oakland is in the midst…

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Phil Tagami Responds to Post on Facebook

Posted in Army Base Jobs, Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity, Transportation By Ken Epstein and Ashley Chambers Master Developer Phil Tagami has responded on…

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Kaplan Wins City Disparity Study

Posted in Business, Community, Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity Study will examine city’s practices of contracting with Black- and women-owned businesses Mayoral candidate…

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New Restaurants: Does Their Workforce Looks Like Oakland?

Posted in Business, Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Labor By Post Staff Like a lot of Oaklanders, Professor Kitty Kelly Epstein, likes to…

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Seven Years After His Death, Chauncey Bailey’s Legacy Still Lives

Posted in Media, Police-Public Safety  By Post Staff Post Editor Chauncey Bailey was gunned down August 2, 2007 in downtown…

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Oakland “Locks Arms” to Aid Refugee Children

Posted in Community, Immigrant Rights By Ken A. Epstein The Oakland City Council this week unanimously passed a resolution committing…

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Tagami’s $1.2 Billion Army Base Project Fails to Create West Oakland Jobs

Posted in Uncategorized By Ken Epstein and Ashley Chambers Community members are raising concerns about what has happened to…

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Students, Teachers Rally to Save Dewey

Posted in Economic Development, Education/Schools/Youth, Gentrification By Ken A. Epstein Students, teachers and community members held a barbecue Monday to muster…

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Council Goes for Local Trash Pickup, Rejects Waste Management

Posted in Business, Community, Economic Development, Labor, Oakland Talks Trash By Ken A. Epstein It was David versus Goliath, a multinational garbage removal…

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Oakland City Council Rejects Challenge to Minimum Wage Ballot Measure

Posted in Business, Labor, Responsive Government By Post Staff The Oakland City Council this week turned down a proposal that would…

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