LeRonne Armstrong hasn’t given up his desire to return to OPD. In the meantime, he’s found a place to mentor Oakland youth.
Disputes on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and Snapchat are spilling out into real life, with deadly consequences.
Writers from Oakland Voices read and reviewed a batch of stories just published by the Old Oakland-based literary nonprofit.
The storytelling and podcast project, led by Chapter 510 and produced by high school students, uses oral histories and personal reflections to examine the meaning of community at one of Oakland’s oldest marketplaces.
Preston Pinkney and Howard Oliver run programs that provide youth access to a historically exclusive sport.
If approved by voters, the state law would allow prosecutors to charge more nonviolent crimes as felonies. Critics say it will grow California prisons.