Environment

Health Advocate Margaret Gordon Receives West Oakland Health Trailblazer Award

Posted in coal dispute, Community, Economic Development, Environment, Equal Rights/Equity, Health, Oakland Job Programs, Responsive Government West Oakland Health is honoring Margaret Gordon, co-director of the…

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Opinion: Climate Change Intensifies Injustice in East Oakland

Posted in Climate change, Environment, Equal Rights/Equity Mask Oakland and Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) deliver breathing masks to local…

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Bernie Sanders Endorses Jovanka Beckles for Assembly

Posted in Charter schools and privatization, Economic Development, Elections 2018, Environment, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Health, Housing/Foreclosures, Illegal dumping, Immigrant Rights, Labor, LGBT, Politics, Responsive Government, Richmond Senator Bernie Sanders endorsed Jovanka Beckles for…

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UN Report Says Oakland Guilty of “Cruel and Inhumane Treatment” of Homeless

Posted in Affordable Housing, Community, Environment, Gentrification, Homelessness, Housing/Foreclosures, Libby Schaaf The United Nations Special Rapporteur to the Right to Adequate Housing, Lelani Farha, released…

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Councilmembers, Community Groups Push Mayor for Funding for Homeless, Job Training and Trash Cleanup

Posted in Affordable Housing, Business, Desley Brooks, Economic Development, Environment, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Housing/Foreclosures, Illegal dumping, Libby Schaaf, Oakland Job Programs, Oakland Talks Trash, Police-Public Safety, Politics, Rebecca Kaplan Members of East Oakland…

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Congress of Neighborhoods Says Mayor’s Illegal Dumping Proposal is “Insufficient”

Posted in Community, Elections 2018, Environment, Health, Illegal dumping, Libby Schaaf, Oakland Talks Trash “The time for partial solutions and unmet promises is over,” says…

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Mayor’s Role in Taking Kaplan Off Air Quality Board “Is Politics at Its Worst,” Says Boardmember

Posted in Climate change, Economic Development, Elections & Voting Rights, Elections 2018, Environment, Equal Rights/Equity, Libby Schaaf, Rebecca Kaplan, Responsive Government Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan received appreciation and…

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Stopping the Stadium Mega-Development Was an Important Victory, But This Fight Is Far from Over

By Alvina Wong After four months of organizing by Laney students, faculty, and staff, Chinatown and Eastlake…

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Port of Oakland Passes Groundbreaking Jobs Policy

After 21 months of negotiations with the local community, the Port of Oakland Board of Commissioners voted…

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East Oakland Organizations Unveil New Grassroots People’s Agenda

East Oakland residents gathered in front of city hall his week to unveil a community-created East Oakland…

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