Oakland Rising’s Interim Executive Director, liz suk, talked with Cristina Flores and Breon Hatcher, Program Associates from Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ) about the realities and hopes for Black and Brown systems-impacted youth in Oakland on the City of Oakland Budget.

[Video description: An IG live video of three people: liz, on the top: East Asian female with black glasses and a poka dot shirt, Cristina, the bottom left, a young Latinx female with Long black hair, wire frame glasses and a black shirt; Breon, a young Black male with should length dreadlocks and a white t-shirt with pink writing. liz’s daughter pops in at one point but leaves.]