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Opinion: The Novel Coronavirus and its Impact on Children

There are growing fears that COVID-19 is now linked to a syndrome in children who may be vulnerable to the virus and can become...

Shelter-In-Place Orders Extended Through May

The health departments of six Bay Area counties issued a joint statement this week announcing they are extending shelter-in-place orders through the end of...

Over 1500 Oakland Hotel Rooms Sit Empty as COVID-19 Pandemic Spreads

 After calling to inquire at 30 different Oakland hotels and motels, The Oakland Post has identified approximately 1,625 rooms that sat vacant on April...

Wood Street Residents and Advocates Host Memorial for Those Who’ve...

More than a dozen unhoused Oakland residents and housing justice advocates gathered on the afternoon of Feb. 15 just west of Wood and 24th...

After Forcible, Armed Eviction by Local Law Enforcement, Moms 4 Housing...

Homeless moms who were forcibly evicted from a vacant Oakland house where they lived for two months without permission from the home’s corporate owner,...

Tobacco Flavor Bans Multiply, But for Some Blacks, Menthol ...

As states and communities rush to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products linked to vaping, Carol McGruder races from town to town, urging...

‘Not a day off.’ — Martin Luther King Jr. Day in...

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday is a day off for many—but in Oakland, it’s a day on for service and activism.A Day of Activism By...

At the Crossroads: Where is the Healing  from Terrorism and Trauma...

By Tony (Heru)  Jackson, Ph.D. | Bay Area Chapter of the ABPsiAs we approach the Association of Black Psychologists’ 50th anniversary, we are called to...

Bay Area Black History Month Events: African Americans in Times of...

Events every Saturday in February honor Black veterans of various American wars By Marco FrazierThis year’s Black History Month theme is African Americans in Times...

African Traditionalists Call for Peace and Unity in Bembe for Obatala

Practitioners gathered at Pomponio State Beach in April for the first event sponsored by the current officers of Oloshas United Bay Area. Photo by...
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