NAVIGATION

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Links

GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
City of Oakland
Critical Resistance
Ron Dellums
OPD
OPD: Crime Stats
Oakland Crimespotting
Port of Oakland

HISTORY

Oakland History

Oakland Living History Program

Artship

CITY-WIDE
Oakland A's
Oakland Museum of CA

LABOR
Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 192
Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1555
California Nurses Association
International Longshoreman & Warehouse Union
Teamsters, Local 70

COMMUNITY ORG
Oaklandish
Waterfront Action
www.10000stepsoakland.org/about.php
East Side Arts Alliance
Mapping Oakland
Our Oakland: Eastside Stories
 
POETRY / SMALL PRESS
AK Press
Cricket Online Review
Kitchen Sink
nocturnes (re)view
taxt
There
Xantippe

GALLERY / PERFORMANCE
Art Murmur
Lobot Gallery
Pro Arts Gallery
Rock Paper Scissors Collective
21 Grand
swee(t)art

ENTERTAINMENT
Eli's Mile High Club
Grand Lake Theater
Oakland Metro Operahouse
Paramount Theater
Parkway Theater
Stork Club
Uptown
Yoshi's

BLOG

The DTO
Future Oakland
A Better Oakland
Dimondites
Jingletown Blog
Alex Gronke's NovoMetro Blog
bay radical
Organic City
Oakland Geology
The HarriOak News
38th Notes
Oakland Streets

MEDIA
East Bay Business Times
East Bay Express
El Mundo
Korea Times
NovoMetro
Oakland Post
Oakland Times Vietnamese
Oakland Tribune
Sing Tao Daily
Topix-Oakland

PROJECTS THAT INFLUENCE DEEP OAKLAND

Historic Waikiki
Historic Waikiki is a project by DownWind Productions, a collaborative of artists, writers, teachers and activists who examine the impact of colonialism, capitalism, and tourism in Hawai'i.

invisible5
Invisible-5 is a self-guided critical audio tour along Interstate 5 between San Francisco and Los Angeles. It uses the format of a museum audio tour to guide the listener along the highway landscape. Invisible-5 investigates the stories of people and communities fighting for environmental justice along the I-5 corridor, through oral histories, field recordings, found sound, recorded music, and archival audio documents. The project also traces natural, social, and economic histories along the route.