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LIFE IS LIVING in collaboration with Oakland Museum of California. DeFremery Park at 16th Street & Adeline in West Oakland. Community Art Mural Projects. October 8, 2016. 10 am to 5 pm Saturday. Music. Food. Dance. Art. Drum Circle. Hip Hop. SkatePark. FREE. lifeisliving.org
You failed to mention the wonderful exhibit at the Oakland Main Library's Oakland History Room, "Revolution is a Daily Struggle: remembering the Black Panther Party's Social Programs." http://oaklandlibrary.org/exhibits/revolution-daily-struggle-remembering-black-panther-partys-social-programs
The Panthers were fulfilling lots of basic social needs that the local and state governments were not addressing. That's an important part of their legacy. Check out this exhibit!
My comment, as previously posted, needs a word of clarification...
The "queer and trans" narrative is all well and good; it's just not MY narrative -- and I've never claimed that the world revolves around me.
The notion of universalism (or "assimilation"), and the laundry-list approach to oppressed identities (and ostensible coalitions or communities) deserves a much longer (long overdue) fully open and civil discussion.
Prop 64 is not legalization. Real liberals are voting against it.
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Delsey Brooks certainly fits the model of the "good old boys" network that undermines the honest work of people like former mayor, Jean Quan whose quiet determination supported the revitalize areas like the Laurel and Dimond districts. Libby Schaaf now wants to take credit while insinuating herself into the GOBN.
What about desley brooks career council woman who never relinquishes her post in over 10 years. She's an example of how term limits need to be adopted in Oakland.
A look at Larry Reid's donors explains who he is really representing-- developers, contractors, and other business interests. As an unfortunate long time constituent, I've seen little support or interest in us. He fails to respond to requests for traffic calming measures, crime and safety issues, and addressing urban blight caused by illegal dumping. Calls to his office are ignored or dismissed. People in our district must vote this career politician out of office!
Yeah I remember djing a bar at the lake and them saying the music wasn't right and that they wanted a certain crowd and it "wasn't a race thing" but it clearly must have been because they certainly couldn't phrase what was wrong with the crowd without brining up race. It was the first time someone had been that upfront about the kind of unspoken racism that a lot places out here perpetuate. It was a few years ago and it's another place altogether now.
Here's a link to the council district map. http://mapgis.oaklandnet.com/councildistri…
while i'm not really a fan of lynette gibson mcelhaney, it's interesting that noni session doesn't appear to get the same scrutiny when it comes to fundraising...
It would be helpful to have a map (or a link to a map) of the geographical boundaries for each city council seat. Thanks.
"Who else has the support of the police officers association?"
What a BS idea fk ing wannabe pimps.
The effort "to highlight the people who don't fit neatly into the narrative visualized by two white guys kissing on their wedding day," involves the creation of a new narrative -- a narrative in which those two white guys seem increasingly irrelevant, readily ignored and dismissed, a means to an end that feels alien to their own original narrative (their concerns and interests disparaged as those of the "privileged").
The resurgence of race and gender is already having unintended(?) consequences. Imagine a version of "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest" in which Nurse Ratched is cast as a feminist hero, and her (male) charges as "deplorables" -- along with the Ginsberg, Kerouac, and Neal Cassady characters from "On the Road" (and for good measure, Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn).
Just don't be surprised by the backlash! "Intersectionality" cuts both ways -- or actually, in as many ways as there are individuals. The one sure casualty is universalism (now denigrated as "assimilation") -- though for many of us, ironically, that (along with personal freedom) was initially the goal.
Some attributes already have fallen off the laundry list of explicitly recognized oppressions. Does this even matter? It matters to me, as a gay ("cisgender") male Jew -- and it will only matter more urgently when the pitchforks and torches appear on the street. I'm not sure the trade-offs are worth it.
If we tax soda then we should also tax other toxics that are out there causing harm to our bodies. Hurting the poor or not... Taxing anything because of our health should go across the board or nothing at all. Its ridiculous and is getting out of hand. It's like trying to get McDonald's to sell healthy food. People who want to eat healthy do not frequent McDonald's.
Who else has the support of the police officers association?
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