Despite U.S. policy efforts to promote racial integration in American neighborhoods, a new University of California at Berkeley study has found that more than 80 percent of metropolitan regions in the country have actually become more segregated over the past two decades. And in the Bay Area, Oakland and Fremont were listed among the most segregated.
Bay Area black activists and community leaders reflect on Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday and the work that still need to be done to heal pass transgressions.
A group of South Bay religious leaders gathered outside of the Palo Alto City Hall on Saturday to hold a prayer vigil for George Floyd and call for a stop to racial injustices.
A rally was held in Oakland on Saturday to promote multicultural healing after a dramatic surge in horrendous attacks on Asian Americans.
“All Oaklanders deserve to be treated with dignity and respect,” Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf tweeted.