Oakland Launches Basic Income Pilot Program: $500 in Guaranteed Income to 600 Families. On Tuesday, Mayor Libby Schaaf took to Twitter to announce the launch of “Oakland Resilient Families" in Oakland, California. The pilot program will provide guaranteed income to 600 families in the form of $500 a month. . According to Schaaf, the program will span 18 months and benefit Black, Indigenous and other people of color.
Oakland Launches Basic Income Pilot Program: $500 in Guaranteed Income to 600 Families
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