The new KQED film follows Oakland group SOL Development and how they help families who have lost loved ones due to gun violence and police brutality.
Theater lovers can enjoy the company’s entire 2021 season of outdoor performances from the comfort of their cars.
We spoke to two of the organization’s leaders about their plans to revitalize Black neighborhoods in deep East Oakland.
The Cuban-born pianist is back in the East Bay and will perform a livestreamed concert at Piedmont Piano Company this Sunday.
In “SorrowLand Oracle,” the Oakland artist unflinchingly addresses the harms of racism, capitalism, and the “eternal battleground” of social change.
A stretch of Ninth Street was renamed to honor the Black Panther Party co-founder. We captured photos from the ceremony.
Libraries are physically closed, but they continue to serve their neighborhoods. One East Oaklander shares her experience.
The assaults have sparked international outrage and been widely called hate crimes. Is there evidence that they were racially motivated?
Is crime in Chinatown really increasing? What does community solidarity look like? The second report in our two-part series.
Arts for Oakland Kids will use the money it raises from Saturday’s ‘art-a-thon’ to give mini-grants to local orgs.
The artwork, which will be installed on the side of a house in West Oakland, will join other memorials to Huey Newton, a founder of the party.
The virtual event will feature prominent Black women like Alicia Garza and others
A College Avenue rug shop, run for decades by the son of Armenian genocide survivors, is in its final days, prompting discussions about land use and history.
Dalia Gomez, who runs the fitness camp, hopes to move her boxing equipment to a safe location.
Show staff held a meet-and-greet with Oaklanders last night. Here’s what they shared.
The chosen teen will promote literacy and represent the city and its youth at public events. Here’s how to apply.
The city of Oakland has suggestions for “40 days of service” honoring the civil rights leader’s legacy. Other groups are taking to the streets.
Radio B’alam, an indigenous Mayan community broadcast, is overcoming a language barrier critical to addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in Oakland.
The 19th annual concert celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy features Toshi Reagon, Tory Teasley, Faye Carol, and more.
The woman-run boxing and fitness program for kids is based out of a tent in San Antonio Park.