Rob Bonta has seconded West Oakland activists concerns about the Eagle Rock Aggregates project.
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Independent truck drivers protest “gig worker law” AB5 at Port of Oakland
The state labor law aims to give contract workers more benefits and protections, but some drivers say “no thanks.”
Could California labor law derail the supply chain?
Truckers at the Port of Oakland are expected to protest on Monday over AB 5, following similar actions in L.A. and Long Beach.
West Oakland environmental group sues to stop proposed port gravel facility
West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project says the port hasn’t gone far enough to prevent more air pollution.
Port says yes to open-air gravel facility, despite concerns from West Oakland activists
Activists and the air quality district say piles of sand and gravel as high as four stories will worsen air quality in already suffering neighborhoods.
Planned facility at Port of Oakland raises concerns among West Oakland environmental activists
Port commissioners on Thursday could approve a plan to ship and store sand and gravel at a new terminal on the Outer Harbor.
‘Retired from the waterfront, but not from the struggle’: Clarence Thomas’ new book on port labor activism
“Mobilizing in Our Own Name: Million Worker March” sums up decades of longshore worker organizing in Oakland and beyond.