Ella Baker Center's new film highlights juvenile justice models that give kids a fighting chance to get back on track. Premieres Tuesday in Oakland.
The Heal the Streets fellowship demanded the students decide for themselves what issues to tackle and how to tackle them.
Ella Baker Center's Executive Director Jakada Imani shares his perspective on the MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show in the aftermath of Johannes Mehserle's manslaughter conviction for shooting Oscar Grant.
Meredith Fenton urges federal prosecution of Mesherly and two other former Bart officers for their crimes against Oscar Grant.
The Ella Baker Center organized green collar workers to illustrate the significance of AB 32.
Oakland community groups are educating young people about the justice system and the ill effects of rioting in the lead-up to a verdict in the trial of a white former transit police officer accused of murdering a black passenger.
Status check on the Alameda County Energy Efficiency and Green Retrofit Program.
City officials and neighborhood groups try to channel anger into solutions.
Alejandro and Abel talk to Capitol Weekly about the importance of Green Energy for California.
Our Executive Director, Jakada Imani, discusses how deceitful CDCR tactics add "damage to damage" and waste precious resources.
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