Oakland Opens New Affordable Space for Nonprofits

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Source: East Bay Times

A public policy organization that is focused on racial and economic justice called the Greenlining Institute opened a new center in Oakland that will provide affordable office space for nonprofits.

They named the building 360 Center, and aim to alleviate economic hardships and displacement faced by organizations in Oakland by providing housing for Greenlining staff, permanent affordable rental space for nonprofits, and community spaces for local events.

Read full story at: East Bay Times

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