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Growing Criticism of Community College Accrediting Commission

Posted in SF City College By Helena Worthen and Joe Berry The Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges…

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Oakland Natives Give Back at “Attend and Achieve” Back-to-School Event

Posted in Community, Education/Schools/Youth Attend-and-Achieve event on Saturday, Sept. 23. Photos by Laura Wong By Carla Thomas An Attend and…

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State Supported Housing Development Will Help Some Homeless but Beyond Reach for Many Oaklanders

Permanent Supportive Housing for former homeless people in San Francisco. By Ken EpsteinSix affordable housing devel­opers have been…

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Black Workers Call for City Council Summit on Discrimination in Hiring on City Projects

Posted in Economic Development, Equal Rights/Equity, Gentrification, Housing/Foreclosures, Labor By Ken Epstein African American contractors and construction workers  are opposing a proposal that…

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$44.4 More Million for Homeless

Posted in Economic Development, Gentrification, Homelessness, Illegal dumping, Immigrant Rights, Labor, Libby Schaaf, Oakland Job Programs, Politics, Racial profiling, Rebecca Kaplan, Reentry/Formerly Incarcerated, Responsive Government, Restorative Justice, Sanctuary City, Transportation Affordable housing, parks, illegal…

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Councilmembers, City Auditor Speak on Censure Motion

Posted in City Auditor’s Report, Responsive Government By Post Staff City Councilmembers are reacting to the turmoil generated in the…

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Journalist Who Writes For Oakland Post, Publication

Opinion: City’s Kaiser Center 99-Year Lease Proposal “Lacks in Benefits to Marginalized Communities”

Posted in Economic Development, Gentrification, History and remembering, Libby Schaaf By Ayodele Nzinga, MFA, Ph.D. In 2014, the City of Oakland issued an…

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Chesa Boudin Runs for SF District Attorney

Posted in Against White Supremacy, Equal Rights/Equity, Police-Public Safety, Racial profiling, Reentry/Formerly Incarcerated, Responsive Government, Restorative Justice, Sanctuary City East Bay Civil Rights attorney Pamela Price…

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Journalist Who Writes For Oakland Post, Publication

$44.4 More Million for Homeless

Posted in Economic Development, Gentrification, Homelessness, Illegal dumping, Immigrant Rights, Labor, Libby Schaaf, Oakland Job Programs, Politics, Racial profiling, Rebecca Kaplan, Reentry/Formerly Incarcerated, Responsive Government, Restorative Justice, Sanctuary City, Transportation Affordable housing, parks, illegal…

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Backers of “Public Land for Public Good” Challenge City’s Commitment to Market-rate Housing

Supporters of utilizing all public land for community benefit, especially for affordable housing, speak Tuesday at the…

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