A prominent activist, Keller chronicled the communities she was a part of, telling stories of joy and resistance.
Author Archives: Liam O'Donoghue, East Bay Yesterday
Liam O’Donoghue is the host and producer of the East Bay Yesterday podcast and co-creator of the Long Lost Oakland map. His journalism has appeared in outlets such as KQED Arts, Berkeleyside, Open Space, KALW-FM, Mother Jones, Salon, East Bay Express, and the syndicated NPR program Snap Judgement. In 2018, he was honored by the East Bay Express as “the best journalist-turned-historian” and presented with a “Partners in Preservation Award” from Oakland Heritage Alliance. O’Donoghue has given many presentations on local history at libraries, schools and bookstores and throughout the Bay Area, as well as at institutions such as The California Historical Society, The Hearst Museum, Oakland Rotary Club, and Nerd Nite East Bay. O’Donoghue’s quotes on Oakland-related issues have appeared in media outlets including New York Times and Washington Post.
‘How you organize that rage’: A podcast on policing and protest from The Oaklandside and East Bay Yesterday
Before a police officer killed George Floyd, before Black Lives Matter, before Oscar Grant, police shootings shook Oakland and started a movement.