Thousands of revelers took to the streets of downtown Oakland on Sunday in a joyful celebration of the LGBTQ+ community.
In a heated meeting with the Oakland Diocese, parents at St. Joseph’s urged school leaders not to pursue repressive guidance on gender and sexuality.
With rumors of a new potentially restrictive policy on addressing queer and trans students at school, students are feeling concern and stress ahead of the upcoming school year.
Harmful new policies are targeting LGBTQ+ students across the country. Students, parents, and staff at St. Joseph’s and other local Catholic schools fear they could be next.
Drag queen Per Sia has read books to children at Oakland branches for years. She knows similar events near and far are increasingly under attack.
The 5,000-square-foot social club and event space in Uptown was created to serve Oakland’s LGBTQ community and beyond.
For those who knew them, Peter Olson and Ilan Vitemberg radiated a passion for life and a love of community that was entirely their own.
But with these groups at a higher risk of infection, Alameda County officials and LGBTQ community advocates are working to increase awareness.
The Quartz Party has attracted many first-time sellers by surrounding them with a community.
Cafe Gabriela serves up resistance and resilience alongside its menu of salads and sandwiches.
For decades, these bars and shops have been support networks, too. The pandemic brings new challenges.