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Eric K. Arnold spent 20 years as a music jour­nal­ist and doc­u­men­tar­i­an before expand­ing his reper­toire to include com­mu­ni­ty-based reportage on top­i­cal issues, from ener­gy to envi­ron­ment to police account­abil­i­ty. He was a New Amer­i­ca Media Ener­gy Report­ing Fel­low in 2013. Cur­rent­ly the Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Direc­tor for Oak­land-based urban forestry orga­ni­za­tion Urban Releaf, Eric also han­dles media out­reach for mural­ist col­lec­tive Com­mu­ni­ty Reju­ve­na­tion Project. Addi­tion­al­ly, his pho­tog­ra­phy can be seen reg­u­lar­ly on the Oakul­ture blog, of which he is the founder.
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Oakland Workers Join Grassroots Environmental Justice Activists To ‘Say No to Coal’
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The Wavelength: Your So-Called Private Life
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The Wavelength: Attack of the Media Mega-Mergers! Skyprosoft, AT&T-Mobile and more
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“Underdog” AT&T Tells FCC That Eliminating Competitors Will Increase Competition
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The Wavelength: Original Reporting—What’s it Worth? Plus: Tracking the AT&T/T-Mobile
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The Wavelength: What does proposed AT&T and T-Mobile Merger Mean?