Editorial

Fish Don’t Know They’re in Water

Apr 07,2022

In our October e-newsletter, I wrote about ‘What is Equity?’ and how Alameda Education Foundation (AEF) is focusing on making equity central to our work. Now that it has been a few months, I wanted to share some reflections on this journey and invite you to reflect as well.

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Naming Names: A Modest Proposal

Apr 07,2022

Dangerous and confusing driving, biking, and walking conditions, traffic gridlock, and the uglification of Alameda are here and thriving — and with help from Planning, Building, and Transportation Director Andrew Thomas, Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, and Councilmembers John Knox White and Malia Ve

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Alameda Chamber President’s Message

Mar 31,2022

I’ve been thinking a lot about collaboration these days.

Have you ever watched a TV show where a character from one show appears another? It’s fun isn’t it, mixing it up like that?

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President’s Messages

Mar 24,2022

This week we welcomed spring, the season of growth. It’s a time when all the things that laid dormant in the winter begin to experience new life. It’s a hopeful time for most.

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We’ve Done Good Work, Alameda

Mar 17,2022

Spring is around the corner and it is finally looking like we are moving out of the pandemic, so I wanted to share some news. I have made the decision that I will not be pursuing reelection this year, which means that 2022 will be my last year on Alameda’s City Council.

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No Time to Deny

Mar 10,2022

Paul, an Alameda renter, has been working hard to save up his money so he can move to a place closer to where he works. However, the past year has been really hard on Paul.

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A Farmer in the Making

Mar 10,2022

Alameda Backyard Growers (ABG) invited a youth at Farm2Market to share their perspective on gardening. Oliver Stouffer, a 17-year-old senior at Encinal High School, accepted their offer.

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