In Oakland, the state of the black church is at a crossroads, local leaders said. Religious and civic leaders gathered in downtown Oakland last Wednesday for a prayer breakfast to discuss the state of the...
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Black farmers gather in Oakland to discuss food deserts, the future, and the history of their community.
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