Why 500 People Ate Lunch Together in West Oakland 

The People's Kitchen Collective's free meal served as a history lesson, an act of resistance, and a celebration.

On a windy Sunday in May, hundreds of people streamed into a neighborhood in West Oakland to have lunch. A long table stretched a full block in the middle of Magnolia Street, with jars of pickled carrots, cumin compound butter, and…

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