A King’s Impact on EOYDC

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In 2005, Martin Luther King III found his way to EOYDC during his journey to document poverty in America.He walked EOYDC’s hallowed halls and connected to a key audience in the GED program. The discussion that ensued was both alarming and redundant. The stories he told of poverty in America were consistent with challenges of […]

EOYDC at Inauguration 2013

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Imagine… a dawn breaks on Jan 21, 2013. The inauguration for a President renewed and refreshed. Committed to four more years of service, education, and social responsibility. Empower… a King’s dream. Which seeks justice and equality for all with a focus on jobs, peace, and freedom; issues that continue to plague America’s underserved for more […]

Warriors Guard Charles Jenkins Teams up with EOYDC for a Bowling Event!

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Oakland Warriors guard, Charles Jenkins, hosted his inaugural Holiday Bowling Event on December 23, 2012 at Alameda’s AMF Southshore Lanes.   This event was held in celebration of ten EOYDC middle school students’outstanding academic achievement for the Fall 2012 semester. The Holiday Bowling Event was part of a larger Warriors initiative. In this initiative, 15 Plays […]

Raiders and Kaiser partner with EOYDC for non violence and anti-Bullying workshop

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The Oakland Raiders teamed up with Kaiser Permanente to speak with the students of East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC) about anti-violence and anti-bullying and being positive influences in their communities. Safety Mike Mitchell and Mark Urquhart, Kaiser Permanente’s Executive Director of Regional Support Services of Northern California, spent time telling their own stories as […]

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