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ONE PEOPLE, ONE FIGHT

Resisting Donald Trump’s policies is top priority for Oakland Community Organizations (OCO) and our sister PICO federations across California and around the country.  READ MORE >


BIG WINS IN ANTI-DUMPING CAMPAIGN

OCO leaders got answers to their demands to end illegal dumping in District 7 from Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, City Council Member Larry Reid and other officials. READ MORE >


BruceSMUSCLE FOR MEASURE LL

The next months of organizing around Measure LL’s governing ordinance and Police Commission appointments will determine exactly how accountable Oakland’s police will be. READ MORE >


luzSCORING VICTORIES FOR OUR SCHOOLS

OCO leaders helped fend off $10 million in cuts to school site budgets and fought long and hard to win approval of Oakland SOL, Oakland Unified School District’s (OUSD) new multilingual middle school. READ MORE >


ms.SherryWHEN DISPLACEMENT HITS HOME

OCO leader Towanda Sherry has a long history of social activism. Now she’s joined the battle against gentrification to reclaim the city she loves and add more housing that folks can afford. READ MORE >

PICOFYI: PICO FEDERATIONS IN THE NEWS

We’re all in this together: a sampling of recent media clips circulated by Jennifer R. Farmer, managing director of communications, PICO National Network. READ MORE >


FYI: RECOMMENDED READING AND REPORTING

An assortment of news and info you can use—from the Bay Area and beyond. READ MORE >

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SAVE THE DATE: SEPT. 17, 2017

OCO’s 40th Anniversary Celebration, Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Oakland

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Introduced by Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León,  SB 54 protects the safety and wellbeing of all Californians by ensuring that state and local resources are not used to fuel mass deportations, separate families, or divide Californians on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, immigration status, or national or ethnic origins.

Click here to send a letter of support to Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León

 
 
 

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JOIN PICO CALIFORNIA’S MARCH 15 ACTION IN SACRAMENTO to demand that state legislators approve SB54 and SB31—two bills that are part of the ICE Out of California package of legislation. Sign up for the action today and reserve your seat on the bus leaving from Oakland!

SIGN UP TODAY FOR THE MARCH 15 ACTION!

OCO is arranging buses (FREE) leaving from and returning to Oakland on March 15.  Buses will leave Eastmont Mall. 7200 Bancroft Ave., Oakland at 7:00am. To reserve your seat or get more info: (text and/or phone) 510-331-3790;(email) lafitteolu@oaklandcommunity.org 

Be sure to note your name, email address and phone number (cell phone preferred).


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