News for the East Bay's diverse, working-class majority.
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David Cremins, con asistencia en la traducción por Isaac Harris Adelaida Ríos es una trabajadora de salud comunitaria en La Clínica de la Raza, donde ha ayudado a dirigir un centro de pruebas Covid en el barrio de Fruitvale en Oakland desde mayo. Su equipo administra más de 100 pruebas al día, mientras cambia entre […]
Excluded from federal relief bills and abandoned by Gov. Newsom, immigrants in Oakland are facing Covid without protections.
Majority spoke with AC Transit workers about their support for the Alameda Health System workers’ strike.
Tech billionaires can’t solve the problems with our transportation system. We need a working-class movement to win high-quality, sustainable public transit for all.
Big corporations are fighting to stop Prop 15, which would tax them fairly to fund schools, hospitals, and parks. Teachers, nurses, and socialists are fighting back.
We photographed and interviewed East Bay DSA members who are patients of AHS, as well as members of our union partners in the Alameda County Coalition for Healthy Communities, about why they are supporting the upcoming strike.
Our public bus service is facing cuts of up to 30%. But we need to expand public transit — and make it fare-free, as AC Transit Board candidate Jovanka Beckles proposes.
The pandemic and looming budget cuts threaten the future of public transit in the East Bay. Jovanka Beckles is running for AC Transit Board on a platform of free, safe, and environmentally sustainable public bus service.
The Oakland school district is threatening to reopen on Aug. 10 without adequate provisions for student safety and technology needs. Now teachers in OEA are bargaining for the lives of students, families, and teachers.