For hundreds if not thousands of parents across the Bay Area, the dreaded email from school officials arrived just days into the school year.
Dear Families: Someone at your child’s school tested positive for COVID-19.
The phone at San Francisco fine dining spot Nightbird rang at 5:01 p.m. on Wednesday. The people scheduled to arrive at 5:15 p.m. were calling to cancel because they’d just tested positive for COVID-19.
Ten minutes later, the phone rang again. Another cancellation, also because of a positive test. Two more parties bailed that night — a third of Nightbird’s total reservations. - San Francisco Chronicle
We need clean land, clean water, clean air, and reparations for all colonized and oppressed peoples on the planet. Black and Indigenous Women, non-binary, trans, and queer folks are the leaders of the movement for food sovereignty and must be centered and uplifted in order to achieve true and absolute liberation.
Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization.
We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force driven by 7 million members, we move decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.
Black Organizing Project
The Black Organizing Project is a grassroots organization in Oakland working on issues of racial, social, and economic justice
People's Kitchen Collective
People’s Kitchen Collective is a food-centered, Oakland-based political education project offering educational workshops, exhibitions, and community dining events to discuss social justice issues.
East Oakland Collective
The East Oakland Collective (EOC) is a member-based community organizing group invested in serving the communities of deep East Oakland by working towards racial and economic equity. They are also currently collecting money to bail out protesters and bringing meals to those on the front lines of protesting.
OCCUR is a community capacity building organization supporting the economic development and civic inclusion of marginalized communities.
Ella Baker Center
Ella Baker Center is a grassroots organization in Oakland that focuses on shifting resources away from incarceration and punishment toward opportunities.
La Cocina is a nonprofit working to solve problems of equity in business ownership for women, immigrants, and people of color. They are also currently raising money for a COVID-19 relief fund to help business born out of their program.
Mandela Grocery Cooperative
Mandela Grocery Cooperative is a worker-owned grocery store located in West Oakland working to strengthen and diversify the local economy. They source from local entrepreneurs and farmers in California with a focus on black and brown farmers and food makers. Their Karma Jar fund helps people in need purchase food.
Cycles of Change
Oakland-based creates healthier East Bay communities by helping youth and adults gain tools for more environmentally and economically sustainable living through school-based bicycle education, job training, watershed education, and community earn-a-bike programs. By exploring our neighborhoods and beyond on bicycles, we are more connected to the people and the land that sustain us.
Coyote Point is a space that features a wide variety of recreational activities, from picnic areas to the marina to CuriOdyssey. Beyond its popular recreational facilities, this park also serves as a home to the threatened Ridgway's rail and many other special shorebirds. If you want to help protect these shorebirds and their habitat, come join us Saturday, March 26th as we restore these crucial wetlands by removing invasive weeds that threaten them!
You’ve heard the phrases, “Women hold up half the sky,” and “Heal a girl, heal a nation.”
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are so excited to share what life coaching as a wellness option can look like for women, youth, and children. Join us March 27th, 2022 from 1-4pm for activities, conversation, and snacks.
Local Hero Spotlight
Members can nominate a local hero for recognition on their local LoveJustice.com city page!
Anyone and everyone can make an impact, and at LoveJustice we believe that they deserve to be recognized for their good, necessary work!