Angel’s family and friends noted her history as an activist opposed to “putting public resources into policing, incarceration, or other state violence that perpetuates the cycles of violence that resulted in this tragedy.”
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Oakland will let shops fortify themselves against car crashes and smash robberies
The city plans to let stores set up ‘Jersey barriers’ to blockade themselves from the street.
District Attorney Price to reopen 8 police killings for possible criminal prosecution
The new DA has asked for case files from various police agencies, including two Oakland police shootings from over a decade ago.
‘It’s not a pretty process’: The Oaklandside’s Darwin BondGraham on his new book investigating Oakland police
The Riders Come Out at Night, co-authored by Ali Winston, reports untold stories of brutality, corruption, and attempted reform in OPD.
Guns to gardens: how Oakland community leaders are forging a message of peace
A grandmother, a church, the police, and a local blacksmith are teaming up to take guns off the street.
Family of Lucky Three Seven’s Artgel ‘Jun’ Anabo raising funds for his son’s future
Anabo was killed Wednesday in front of his restaurant. His sister has launched a GoFundMe to support his child.
In Eastmont Hills, mixed reactions to plans for new neighborhood stairways
Some fear the pathways will increase crime and violence nearby. Others support connecting neighbors and building community.