Latinos represent over half of known coronavirus cases in Alameda County. Oakland resident Orlando Ruiz shares his family’s story.
Here’s how you can safely dispose of used and unused fireworks to keep Oakland’s streets, creeks, and the Bay clean.
Your mask doesn’t just protect me. It protects the vulnerable people I love and care for.
We asked eight teenagers in Oakland and Berkeley about their relationships, and how they’ve had to change.
The MACRO program will replace officers with mental health counselors and EMTs to respond to nonviolent emergencies.
“We’re watching a future disparity in the making,” said one doctor pushing for more transparency.
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One member of East Oakland’s immigrant Mam community shares his story about surviving during the pandemic.
Our guide to what’s open, where to get help, and why it matters
Through creative solutions, EOC has more than doubled the number of meals it was distributing to East Oakland residents, now serving over 1,000 hot meals each week.
In the early days of the pandemic, the pastor and the comedian set up a grassroots supply chain to bring masks and hand sanitizer to communities of color.
Bishop Bob Jackson hosted the rally, but it was organized and led by anti-LGBTQ SoCal pastor Jim Domen.
California promised financial assistance to undocumented workers during the pandemic. But with no clear timetable for that relief, Street Level Health Project has stepped up to help fill the void.