A mini #Oakland USPS mailbox dances in front of the American flag while community members surround him in adoration and jubilation. https://t.co/b1c8ZYBEv9
Monster Pho in #Oakland and #Emeryville is now giving away free bowls of pho to anyone...no questions asked. Really awesome. #PhoForThePeople https://t.co/s7PJUyxWfN
This story should say: A Tacoma police officer drove *INTO* a group of pedestrians Saturday night, and videos being shared on social media shows people falling to the ground as the police SUV “REVERSED AND THEN” speeds up “INTO” the crowd,.” Language matters, folks. twitter.com/seattletimes/s…..
Berkeley High School students have organized a #StopAsianHate protest through #Oakland Chinatown today. Roughly 200 youth and some parents at the Oscar Grant/Frank Ogawa Plaza right now. One of the last actions I’ll be covering in my home for awhile. 😭 https://t.co/24gg31PVEp
Vigil for Mario Gonzalez happening in Alameda, at the park where he died while detained by Alameda police on Apr. 19, 2021. #Oakland resident Gonzalez was 26 years old. https://t.co/ZBY9ZcDEyJ
The city of #Oakland plans to expand free and public WiFi for up to 85 percent of the city, first in West Oakland and Downtown, then along East Oakland’s bustling and vibrant International Blvd. Check it out on The @Oaklandside: oaklandside.org/2020/11/23/oak…..
I think this qualifies as New York City is back, baby video. #NYCDykeMarch #Pride2021 https://t.co/2MIlr6t8iu
To be an Asian American journalist AND Asian American woman in America, reporting on Asian American violence for months continuously......this is testing every atom of me. I got this. I got this. I got this. I got this. I got this. I got this. I got this. I got this. I got this.
Two days ago, the NYT reported that the 91-year-old man shoved in #Oakland Chinatown was not actually Asian, as many news accounts had reported. His name is Gilbert Diaz, and he is Latino, according to the Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce president Carl Chan. (1/3) https://t.co/S5oeTHeRU3
Part 3 of Skate ‘n Chill till 10pm next to the Boathouse. I’m heading back to watch the election but there’s nothing like Oakland joy to keep me grounded and grateful. https://t.co/9tIr9XBjnb
Hundreds here at Madison Park in #Oakland Chinatown today during Lunar New Year weekend for a multiracial interfaith day of healing following high-profile violence in Chinatown, specifically against elders. Speaking here is Dr. Connie Wun of @AAPIWomenLead (1/2) https://t.co/qgoZc0M8Y6
On behalf of myself, law firm Pointer & Buelna, LLP, filed a complaint today against the City of Richmond and Richmond Police Department. While reporting on the George Floyd protests in Oakland last May, I was shot by a police officer with a less-lethal. I'm demanding answers. https://t.co/r8AYuMYMxi
Since Mar. 16, Oakland's Grand Lake Theatre has been closed to protect the health and safety of the community from COVID-19. But that hasn't stopped the political commentary on its marquee. Today, it was changed again. #Oakland https://t.co/mmOpX73EI3
#AAPI Twitter: I've created a working resource list: "How to support the AAPI community in a time of hate and violence: A Resource List"
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LOL THIS CAR STOPPED IN THE ROAD AND HELLA JUST CHAMPAGNE SHOWERED THE CROWD #Oakland https://t.co/R9qCaWNGRT
Journalists, I need your advice. While reporting on violence in Chinatown against elderly people, I experienced harassment and bullying by a social media influencer, which has now led me to being doxxed by strangers. What networks exist that support journalists when this occurs?
We need more BBIA (Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Asian) journalists in different reporting beats: climate and environment, food, education, housing, tech, police accountability. We need more in local news. We need more BBIA editors in newsrooms. It’s possible to break the cycle.
We have a date, folks. The Oakland Coliseum is expected to launch as a mass vaccination site for the public on Feb. 16. twitter.com/GavinNewsom/st…..
Twerkers, tree climbers and people turning up in #Oakland @Oaklandside https://t.co/g9RmjKKqB3
Maria Juarez, captain of the Oakland Brown Berets, shares what collective solidarity looks like. The Brown Berets helped provide security at today’s #Oakland Chinatown healing event. “We believe that another person’s and minority group’s oppression is also our problem.” (1/2) https://t.co/sDsRIRvspt
Personal announcement: I'm moving to NYC next month. It's been a dream since I was a wee one, so I feel joy in following my dreams. I'm thankful for the experiences I've been through in my Bay Area stomping grounds for ~three decades. If you're in NYC + can acquaint a newcomer...
I, too, will now hibernate until January 4, 2021 at the exact moment Shandong reopens. Hello darkness, my old friend... https://t.co/AGuLmDRDig
#OAKLAND MUTUAL AID NEEDED: An unhoused Black senior named Nancy has a solo encampment next to Marcus Books. I found out today that she has COPD and was recently admitted into the hospital. The storm has also flooded her tent. She told me she needs housing. (1/3) https://t.co/AtIcq2LnZN
This company showed red flags from its inception. twitter.com/jason_koebler/…..