SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Crystal Jing Luo
Business interests in Oakland have hijacked the safety concerns of Asian Americans to support arming police in service of real estate development that threatens low-income housing.
Protests on Oakland reflect the energy of young organizers but also a legacy of African American activism. Five community leaders reflect on continuity and change in the city.
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