Journalism graduate student Puck Lo writes about her encounters with neo-liberalism around the world and here on the UC Berkeley campus.
Journalism student Josh Wolf, who has filmed past UC fee hike protests, writes about embedding with protesters and how he’ll cover the March 4 demonstrations.
At 23rd and Telegraph, inside a storefront/gallery/craft space called Rock Paper Scissors, neatly hung canvas paintings and framed ink drawings lined the walls. Cards below each piece identified the artist: all are prisoners at San Quentin.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee announced Friday it would award President Obama the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. Oakland North took to the streets Friday evening to gauge public response about whether or not he deserved to win.
Oakland’s new superintendent of schools, who’ll be participating in a public town hall at North Oakland’s International High School this Wednesday, talks to reporter Lillian R. Mongeau about the achievement gap, the challenge of useful teacher evaluations, and “cutting zeros off the budget.”
Youth Perspective of May Day from Betty Bastidas on Vimeo. 17-year old Lupe from Oakland, whose parents were recently deported, gives us her perspective on the meaning of May Day for young people in this part of the world and shares her reasons for becoming involved.
By Madeleine Bair/Special to Oakland North Lisa Calderon, the curator of Mama Buzz gallery, spent a recent Friday tacking labels to a wall in last-minute preparation of her latest show: an artistic response to the killing of Oscar Grant, a 22-year old from Hayward who was fatally shot by BART police officer Johannes Mehserle on New Years day.