Some of the most powerful art in Oakland isn’t on a canvas in a gallery, it’s on plywood covering store windows — and many of these temporary murals honor the memories of Black people killed by police. We find out what will happen to the art when the plywood comes down. Then, we hear about an instagram account that chronicles experiences of racism at a Bay Area high school. And, we meet a man who is working to keep a movie theater alive during the pandemic.
- How Oakland Community Organizers Are Preserving Street Art That Captures A Historic Moment
- Black At Albany Instagram Account Gives Students The Space To Share Experiences With Racism
- Orinda Theatre Owner Derek Zemrak On The Fate Of The Movie Going Experience
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