A month ago, the East Oakland hills campus saw another violent incident.
Students and staff were injured on Wednesday on the King Estates campus.
The D3 rep talks about going from activism to policy making, what’s possible at Wood Street, her role in shaping MACRO, and more.
We’ve updated our Oakland Wildfire Guide with preparation advice, evacuation guidance, and answers to your questions about air quality, power outages, and property defense.
The Oaklandside launched a reporting internship this summer to give local journalism students hands-on experience.
With the world’s eyes on Ukraine, Bay Area Tigrayans, Amharas, and other Ethiopians are fighting to be heard.
Our June 23 event features local celebrity chef Tu David Phu, Dreamer and restaurateur Reyna Maldonado, and Homies Empowerment co-founder and community activist César Cruz.
The new team, ‘Oakland Soul,’ will make its debut in 2023.
Other events include: a live reading by Harold Green III, hiking the Stream Trail at Redwood Regional, and School of the Arts Jazz Night at Yoshi’s
Oakland schools are on spring break, so we’re recommending a few outdoor activities for the family. Plus: an Oakland A’s opening day watch party, and flamenco at Duende.
The Oaklandside is launching a quarterly event series featuring lively discussions, colorful performances, and flavorful local eats. We’ll debut at the New Parkway Theater on March 24.
The Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists recognized our newsroom in their investigative, commentary, and web-design categories.
The Institute for Nonprofit News honored us with their “Game Changer” award and three honorable mentions. Our newsroom also won a LION award for “Best Coronavirus Coverage.” Here’s a look back at our stories, initiatives, and people being recognized.
Award-winning Bay Area journalist DeBolt will report on City Hall and policing, while Fermoso joins the newsroom on a Knight-Wallace Fellowship to examine the reasons for Oakland’s unsafe streets.
The Oaklandside recorded conversations with five local organizers who’ve been directly impacted by violence to better understand why it’s happening, and what can be done to prevent it.
Nuestra sala de redacción se esfuerza por informar responsablemente y con mucho cuidado sobre la vida de aquellas personas afectadas por violencia. Queríamos compartir más sobre nuestro enfoque de esta historia.
Striving to report responsibly on the lives of people impacted by violence requires great care. We wanted to share more on our approach to this story.
We asked community members at a sunset healing circle at Liberation Park to share their feelings about the murder conviction of the Minneapolis officer who killed George Floyd.
The ruling was in response to a lawsuit filed by two journalists, including The Oaklandside’s news editor, Darwin BondGraham.
When Wayne Brooks passed away on March 19, he left with a 50-year legacy as a student and beloved educator at the North Oakland high school.