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Oakstop Taking Ownership and Sharing Space (Interview)

Posted by | Oakland, Press, Workspace | April 08, 2015

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Oakstop was recently featured in an article on a new blog title, What’s Happening Black Oakland about the changing landscape in Oakland, particularly around real estate and community displacement.

What’s Happening Black Oakland is a resource for black people to connect with and inform each other about transformative work happening in the Oakland black community. Oakland has a rich history of black activism, entrepreneurship, and creativity; and our city is still making excellent strides and setting a nationwide example.

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Heather Jones, interviewed Oakstop founder, Trevor Parham, about the vision for Oakstop and its interplay with Oakland’s rapid growth…

Oakstop is currently the most affordable coworking space in Oakland and is owned and operated by Oakland native Trevor Parham. Trevor comes from a professional background that intersects art and business. At Oakstop he is able to merge his passions and is very excited about the implications. “I decided to invest in my own self to create something that would serve other people” states Trevor.

Oakstop is currently the most affordable coworking space in Oakland and is owned and operated by Oakland native Trevor Parham. Trevor comes from a professional background that intersects art and business. At Oakstop he is able to merge his passions and is very excited about the implications. “I decided to invest in my own self to create something that would serve other people” states Trevor.

Read the full article on Whatshappeningblackoakland.com

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