Month: April 2018

Councilmembers Delay Vote on Proposal for Construction Job Opportunities for Oaklanders

Pre-apprenticeship building trades trainees from the Cypress Mandela Training Center, which was founded by the Oakland Private…

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Veteran teacher Soraya Sajous-Brooks speaks at meeting at Prescott Elementary School

Posted in Charter schools and privatization, Community, Education/Schools/Youth, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification By Ken Epstein At a meeting this week with Oakland Unified School…

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Opinion: Support Community Leadership on the Oakland Planning Commission

Posted in Affordable Housing, Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Labor By Rev. Damita Davis-Howard  We’re in a development boom in Oakland. Cranes and bulldozers…

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Tim White Rehired to Lead Facilities Dept. at Oakland Unified School District

By Post Staff The Oakland Unified School District has rehired widely respected administrator Tim White as Deputy…

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Open Letter: Oakland Mayor Should Reject Job Policies That Increase Discrimination Against Black Workers

Posted in Affordable Housing, Against White Supremacy, Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Housing/Foreclosures, Labor, Libby Schaaf Black Americans have twice as much unemployment as white workers….

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