Women, Infants, and Children, or WIC, is a program that started in the 1970's, and provides food vouchers to disadvantaged women with children.
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On the shores of Lake Merritt, Oakland's Fairyland has been keeping people of all ages entertained for years with stories, rides and performances.
Technology seems to surround us these days...and younger folks are even more likely to be spending hours of their energy online. But what if teens could channel that energy into activism?
Situated between downtown and the wharf, Chinatown is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Oakland.
Picture the toughest woman you know. Now picture her in a mini-skirt, fishnets, kneepads and roller skates. Imagine twenty women just like her slamming into each other as they skate around a roller rink, and you’ve got a typical Roller Derby match.
The Mountain View Cemetery on Piedmont Avenue in Oakland is a beautiful setting for all people – alive or dead.
In some neighborhoods of Oakland, opportunities to earn a living in the formal economy are limited. For teenage girls, this often means prostitution.