As executive director of Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Oakland, Carroll Fife helped found Moms for Housing and passed legislation at the state and local level to build collective power for tenants. She has helped to build a national network of Black organizations and individuals working together for community self-determination.
Carroll’s legislative and electoral accomplishments include helping to found the Oakland Department of Race and Equity, pushing for the Cannabis Equity permit system, protecting the Coliseum area from gentrification, passing Oakland’s emergency eviction moratorium and pandemic eviction ban, and pressuring the City Council to reopen the City budget in order to defund OPD. She is currently running for Oakland City Council in District 3.
Contributions to HumansandNature.org:
- The Great Migration Never Ended
A response to "How can we live respectfully with the land and with one another?"
- Carroll Fife
Visit Carroll Fife's website to learn more about her work in public service.