KQED On Common Ground: Black Businesses through Pandemic and Protest

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How are Oakland's Black-owned small businesses navigating these social and economic strains? How are they holding the community together?

I'm excited to join some Community leaders and business owners with KQED's Pendarvis Harshaw for a conversation about the compounding public health crisis, police violence, and how the local governments are addressing these issues.

Special Guest:

  • Eva Paterson, Equal Justice Society
  • Cathy D. Adams, Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce
  • Loren Taylor, Oakland City Council, District 6
  • Tucky Blunt, Blunts and Moore
  • Nenna Joiner, FeelMore Adult Gallery
  • James Queen, New Vision Fitness


Join the conversation Wednesday, June 24th at 6 pm:
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All meetings held in-person are wheelchair accessible. Please refrain from wearing scented products as a courtesy to attendees with chemical sensitivities.