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American Paradise | Topic
“Disturbing and poetic, this short retells the true story of a troubled dude who committed a serious crime, with unexpected consequences.”

[See also:
https://nofilmschool.com/2017/07/american-paradise-short-film-vimeo-staff-picks-july ]
film  joetalbot  bayarea  2017  video  alameda  sanfrancisco  vallejo  race  racism  crime 
18 days ago by robertogreco
ALAEMDA_7-1.pdf
ALAMEDA COUNTYEVERYONE COUNTS HOMELESS POINT-IN-TIMECOUNT AND SURVEY2017Every two years, during the last 10 days of January, communities across the country conduct comprehensive counts of the local homeless populations in order to measure the prevalence of homelessness in each local Continuum of Care. The 2017 Alameda County Point-in-Time Count was a community-wide effort conducted on January 30, 2017. The entire county was canvassed by teams of volunteers and guides with lived experience. In the weeks following the street count, a survey was administered to 1,228 unsheltered and sheltered homeless individuals, in order to profile their experience and characteristics
Alameda  county  homeless  data 
10 weeks ago by Quercki
CAYA (Come As You Are) Coven
Come As You Are (CAYA) Pagan Congregation is a nonprofit 501(c)3 matriarchal, eclectic, interfaith, open, drop-in congregation in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our mission is to create safe, loving, magic(k)al space for those who wish to participate in our community rituals, public service initiatives, and social events. Our Congregation community is based on mutual respect, personal responsibility, integrity, and honor for all spiritual paths. Our Clergy gathers around the mysteries of our core Traditions, and our Congregants gather around a shared commitment to Earth-centered and polytheistic spiritualities. We hold for the highest possible good in all that we do: for ourselves, for our community, and for the world.
Witches  Alameda  Pagans  CA 
october 2018 by dbourn
(1) All Eyes on the Sheriff Rally & March!
Turn out to the All Eyes On The Sheriff mobilization on Tuesday, Oct 2nd, for a rally and march calling for FULL accountability and transparency of the Alameda Sheriff's Department!

Meet at the Glenn Dyer Detention Center, 50 6th St in downtown Oakland, where we will march to the Alameda County Administration Building.

In the span of just 6 days, the Alameda County Sheriff's Department has been exposed for:

Illegally recording attorney & youth-client privileged conversations!

Brutally assaulting a 76-year old disabled woman for jay walking!

Forcing a pregnant homeless woman to give birth alone while she lay in a cold, dirty concrete solitary confinement cell after guards ignored her screams for hours!

Since June alone, there have been 3 in-custody deaths associated with Santa Rita Jail. There are are now a total of 34 in-custody deaths that have happened since 2013 under Sheriff Ahern's management. Blatant human rights abuses are so rampant that Alameda County now leads the region in civil rights legal settlements. All while the Alameda County Board of Supervisors continues to increase the Sheriff's budget - now a massive $444 million - while the jail population that has decreased by nearly half in the last ten years

Join us to demand that the Board of Supervisors authorize an independent audit and full transparency and accountability of the Alameda Sheriff's Department. #AuditAhern NOW!! Please help share and spread the word!
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About Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Nonprofit Organization · Oakland, California
Ella Baker Center is named for an unsung civil rights hero who inspired and guided emerging leaders. We build on her legacy by giving people opportunities and skills to work together to strengthen our communities so that all of us may thrive.
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2018  Alameda  County  Sheriff  Ella_Baker_Center  demonstration 
august 2018 by Quercki
Opinion: Re-elect DA O'Malley, the only qualified candidate
As for O’Malley, although she is clearly the superior candidate, there’s no excuse for her decision to accept $10,000 in campaign contributions from Fremont’s police union while her office investigated three cops’ actions in two fatal shootings last year.

Her decision to ask the state attorney general to review her findings in one of the cases doesn’t excuse her acceptance of the money. And then telling us that the decision to keep the money was made in discussions with her campaign advisors reveals a total abdication of her personal responsibility.

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The district attorney’s actions should be above reproach and devoid of even the appearance of impropriety. This is a no-brainer: She should return the money — now.
Nancy_O'Malley  Alameda  county  District_Attorney  DA 
june 2018 by Quercki
Twitter
This is better vid of the brief hail storm . Shared with me by a viewer this is why I’m not behind th…
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april 2018 by mikemccaffrey
Vera Institute Of Justice Is Offering Legal Help To Fight Deportations
Using public funding to aid immigrants facing deportation helps build trust, increases public safety and keeps families together, says Turner.

The Vera Institute of Justices, the organization that launched SAFE, created the network after studying the impact of the New York Immigrant Family Unity Project (NYIFUP). NYIFUP started in 2014 and has represented immigrants facing deportation who otherwise didn’t have access to legal resources.

According to the study, Vera found that immigrants that had adequate representation in court had a higher chance of winning their case before an immigration judge. Forty-eight percent of immigrants who had proper representation in court were successful in their cases – an increase of 1,100 percent. It’s a stark contrast to the four percent success rate typical in similar cases.

The SAFE Cities Network includes:

Atlanta, GA, Austin, TX, Baltimore, MD, Chicago, IL, Columbus, OH, Dane County in Wisconsin, Oakland/Alameda County in California, Prince George’s County in Maryland, Sacramento, CA, San Antonio, TX and Santa Ana, CA.
immigration  justice  Alameda  county  Oakland 
november 2017 by Quercki
Nancy O’Malley, Pamela Price debate for Alameda County’s top prosecutor’s seat | Oakland North
During a town hall meeting on Wednesday night at Merritt College, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley and Pamela Price, who is running to replace her, presented their platforms on convicting juvenile offenders, racial socioeconomic disparities in the criminal justice system, and law enforcement accountability. Both O’Malley and Price took different stands on these topics, but also spoke passionately about their common goal: to bring justice if they win the race for District Attorney next June.

“Justice done right is what we need in Alameda County,” Price said in her opening statement as she emphasized need for change in the District Attorney’s Office. “We must create, we can create, a new culture of transparency and fairness in the District Attorney’s Office.”

Meanwhile, O’Malley highlighted the strategies that her office uses and the new programs that it provides. “The district attorney’s job is to seek justice and that is at the core of every single little thing that I do. It is certainly in the core of what I do and every prosecutor, investigator and person who works in my office,” O’Malley said.
Alameda  vote  *** 
october 2017 by Quercki
East Bay Yesterday by East Bay Yesterday on Apple Podcasts
"East Bay history podcast that gathers, shares & celebrate stories from Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond and other towns throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties."
eastbay  bayarea  oakland  berkeley  richmond  alameda  contracosta  podcasts  history 
august 2017 by robertogreco
Twitter
RT : Thousands of anti-hate signs printed for and as well as .
Alameda  Oakland  Berkeley  from twitter_favs
august 2017 by firecatcher

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