The developer behind a controversial coal terminal claims over $148 million in lost profits. Oakland says residents’ health and safety are at risk.
Zennie Abraham released a video with a former staffer’s allegations. He didn’t mention his work for another mayoral candidate—and the coal terminal plan they support.
Opposing environmental racism and all forms of violence, the protest coincided with an international day of action.
In a surprise move, Phil Tagami just reopened his fight to build a coal terminal at Oakland’s former Army Base.
The City Attorney announced a tentative deal that would keep Oakland’s coal ban in place, but allow development of part of the former Army Base.