Day laborers can’t know peace if they can’t get their basic health needs met. Street Level Health cares for communities otherwise largely ignored. Learn why, and be moved by the wisdom of their powerhouse director, Jae Moldonado.
Alan was killed in the streets of Oakland five years ago by an officer who had nearly killed someone in New York and has since nearly killed someone in Hollister. How does Mollie take that heartbreak and turn it into heart, justice, and a campaign for peace? Tune in to find out.
What does immigration justice have to do with peace? Listen to the brilliant Rev. Deborah Lee to find out!
“Black Organizing Project is reviving the spirit of Oakland’s Black community through relationship building, leadership development, political education and policy-change.” Prepare to be inspired by their work for peace!!!
They say peace begins when the hungry are fed. How much peace could we have if everyone were housed? Be inspired by EBHO’s amazing work!
The only year-round shelter for youth in Alameda County. No. Really. But talk about inspiring work! You’ll want to see at least 20 Dreamcatchers after listening to this interview.
Theme music provided by Earth Amplified: “Any Day Now.”
Peggy Bristol makes sure that youth and children fleeing violence in their homelands get dignity in Bay Area courts. Be inspired by the work of Mustard Seed! (Theme Music: “Any Day Now” by Earth Amplified.)