MJ Carter talks politics, the Oakland tech scene and of course Grey’s Anatomy with actor and activist Jesse Williams.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award during the 2018 Golden Globe Awards Sunday night. Winfrey brought the house down with a soul-stirring and emotional speech that tackled subjects from; race, misogyny, the “Me Too Movement” and sexual assault. (Featured Image: Golden Globes video screenshot) Winfrey also put a honored the life
After touring City Hall in Oakland, I was simply amazed. I was there officially on business for Hoodline so I will not talk about what I saw just how I felt and share facts sparingly. Oakland is a great city and its structures are just as important as its residents. Its history is just as
Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy gives homeless man help instead of a ticket. “I don’t exist anymore.” This @ACSOSheriffs deputy helped a homeless man without a driver’s license finally get the ID he needed to apply for Social Security and get off the streets. pic.twitter.com/5RoGst1gwo — Jonathan Bloom (@BloomTV) December 28, 2017 Watch the report in
OaklandPROPER the podcast – Taking a look at the issues impacting residents in Alameda County, with Alameda County Family Justice Center Executive Director; Cherri N. Allison, Esq. OaklandPROPER’s MJ Carter sits down with Allison for an exclusive one-on-one. Watch the podcast below