Racial profiling

Anger Grows in Wake of Police Killing of Mario Woods

Posted in Equal Rights/Equity, Police-Public Safety, Racial profiling Video reveals six officers shot man with knife up against the wall By…

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In Face of Community Pressure, D.A. Drops Case Against Black Friday 14

Posted in Equal Rights/Equity, Ferguson/Black Lives Matter, Racial profiling By Post Staff Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley finally dropped criminal…

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Berkeley NAACP Calls on BUSD to Investigate Discrimination Against Employees, Students

Berkeley High School By Ken Epstein Manour Id-Deen, president of the Berkeley NAACP, met recently with Berkeley…

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Oakland Steps Out for Faith with a Joyful Noise

Posted in Affordable Housing, Arts and Culture, Community, Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, History and remembering, Housing/Foreclosures, Police-Public Safety, Racial profiling On Saturday, Nov. 7, churches and community…

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Gentrification Threatens Oakland Churches and Artists

Posted in Affordable Housing, Arts and Culture, Community, Economic Development, Education/Schools/Youth, Environment, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Oakland Job Programs, Racial profiling, Restorative Justice Coalition of faith-based, housing and cultural groups…

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The National Lawyers Guild Honors Local Attorney Walter Riley

Posted in Community, Equal Rights/Equity, Police-Public Safety, Racial profiling The National Lawyers Guild honored Oakland civil rights attorney Walter Riley at its…

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Oakland Anti-Displacement Coalition Says “Speak Out to Stay Put!”

Carroll Fife (top left), a co-founder of the Oakland Alliance, spoke at a workshop on developing an…

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Oakland Petition: Neighbors Should Not Be Racially Profiling Neighbors

Posted in Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Police-Public Safety, Racial profiling By Ken Epstein Oakland community activist Ann Nomura and her family have begun…

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