October 2018

Yes On Z: Stand with Hotel Workers

Oakland’s hotel workers, who are primarily women of color, face sexual assault on the job at alarming rates. Stand with Oakland hotel workers by voting YES! on Measure Z this fall. Read more »

Chinatown Candidate Forum a Success

Last month Oakland Rising co-hosted a nonpartisan Mayoral & District 2 Candidate Forum for the Oakland Chinatown Community.  Held at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, over 250 local residents attended along with staff and members from the 13 participating organizations including the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, League of Women Voters Oakland, Asian Health Services, and others.

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Yes on Prop 10 for Affordable Housing!

This election, Prop 10 (The Affordable Housing Act) offers a major opportunity to strengthen rent control – one of the biggest safe guards to keep working-class, people of color housed in Oakland. Rent control is a critical tool used by cities to push back against displacement, and to stabilize housing markets. Read more »

No on Prop 5: Don’t Defund Our Communities

A No on Prop 5 vote, is a Yes for Investment in Our Livelihoods – our schools, health clinics, senior centers, parks, libraries and other crucial community services. As if our communities are not already starved for funding, corporate special interests are attempting to take an additional $1 Billion per year away.  Read more »

Know Your Voting Rights!

Here is the information you need to have a smooth voting experience -- from where to vote, how to use rank choice voting, and more. Do your part and VOTE! Read more »

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