Oakland’s Indigenous Red Market returns to celebrate Native culture and connection After a 14-month hibernation, the Indigenous Red Market, a celebration of Native artists, vendors, music, dance, and food came roaring back to life this month at the Native American Health Center parking lot on […]
Oakland City Councilmember Noel Gallo isn’t surprised by the numbers. He says getting to the Coliseum can be a challenge and scheduling an appointment online can be even more troublesome for folks with limited internet access. “In the grassroot neighborhood, people will come because they’re […]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has teamed up with the Native American Health Center in Oakland and Alameda County to provide COVID-19 vaccines to people in the Fruitvale district, one of the areas hit hardest by the virus. The Fruitvale and surrounding zip codes have […]
“Expanding our joint regional testing capabilities is an important step toward ensuring those who are disproportionally affected have the resources they need to protect themselves and their families. Together, we will make a meaningful difference,” Jane García, CEO of La Clínica “In order for us […]
OAKLAND — Amador Angel Luna knows his Oakland neighborhood is at the heart of one of the Bay Area’s worst coronavirus outbreaks, so he does everything he can to protect himself. But as an essential worker living in a crowded apartment, there are some risks he […]
The Native American Health Center in East Oakland is expanding testing from three days a week to five, making it one of the largest COVID-19 testing locations in hard-hit Alameda County. The center, located at 2950 International Blvd., is also setting aside two blocks of […]
In celebration of National Health Center Week, NAHC held its annual Staff Appreciation Week August 10th – 14th. NAHC’s CEO, Martin Waukazoo, pays tribute to NAHC staff with an inspiring message.