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The Oakland Community Organizations (OCO) is a broad-based organization of 40 congregations and 15 schools, representing over 40,000 families across Oakland, committed to building a powerful multi-faith, multi-racial, intergenerational, and prophetic force for racial and economic justice in Oakland and the East Bay. Since 1977, OCO has collaborated with other allied organizations in serving residents of the East Bay – primarily people of color and low-income persons – to address a wide range of issues. OCO is a part of the PICO National Network, a coalition of progressive faith-based community action organizations whose primary mission is to train leaders in the community and provide training and tools in order for people to become economically self-sufficient, healthy and safe, civically engaged, connected to each other, and committed to lifelong learning.