SFSU students speak up following threat of campus violence
Community Journalist Sierra Bourne interviewed SFSU students following a threat of armed violence on campus on the evening of Sept. 28, 2021.
Sunrise Ceremony on Alcatraz Oct. 11, 2021
Editor Nube Brown attended the Oct. 11 Sunrise Ceremony to honor Indigenous Peoples' Day and the 1969-71 occupation of the island by our native brothers and sisters.
Pierre Labossiere speaks of solidarity against Haitian deportations protest
Pierre LaBossier, founder of Haiti Action Committee, speaks at a protest against brutal deportations of Haitians.
Dee, co-owner of Hey Neighbor Cafe
Nube Brown interviews Dee, co-owner of Hey Neighbor Cafe in SF’s Portola neighborhood.
Sierra Bourne, community journalist!
Bayview Hunters Point – Meet Sierra Bourne, the Bay View's new community journalist, HP born and raised!
United Educators of San Francisco rally at City Hall August 31, 2021
Educators, union members, families and supporters of United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) gathered at SF City Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021, for a "Clean Air" rally!
SF is back to school!
A warm welcome back to school for Fall 2021 at George Washington Carver Elementary School in Bayview Hunters Point!
SFUSD Samoan Bilingual Program at Leola M. Havard Early Education School
Bay View Education Reporter Daphne Young interviews big hitters on the SFUSD Board of Education!
SF’s COVID-19 Clinic at Burton High
San Francisco Unified School District hosts a COVID-19 Clinic at Burton High School!
Second annual SFUSD Black Graduation Rites of Passage Ceremony
On Friday, June 4, 2021, the San Francisco Alliance of Black School Educators presented the Second Annual SFUSD Black Graduation Rites of Passage Ceremony!
Education Beat: Tachelle Herron-Lane of 100% College Prep
Bay View Education Reporter Daphne Young interviews Tachelle Herron-Lane, assistant director of 100% College Prep Program, a college prep program.
Dog walking while Black in SF parks: Why we need the CAREN Act
Alamo Square, San Francisco – Terry Williams has seen many changes to his neighborhood in the historically Black Fillmore, and one of them is the whitening of Alamo Square Park along with parks all over San Francisco and the subsequent pushing out of Black dog owners who don't feel safe going to the parks.
Stephanie, Ussy Bush
3rd and Quesada – Nube Brown interviews Stephanie who presents her custom-made rubs for food, candles, honey, spices and much more!
Harrell Powell, Aquarius Enterprise
Third and Quesada – Nube Brown speaks with Harrell Powell, who with his wife Deborah Powell, owns Aquarius Enterprise.
Interview with Brianna Johnson, president of the USF Black Student Union
Bayview Hunters Point – The Bay View’s Nube Brown and Malik Washington speak with Brianna Johnson, BSU president, on anti-Blackness at USF.
Tai Seals-Jackson, RDJ Enterprises
Bayview, San Francisco – Editor Malik Washington interviews Tai Seals-Jackson, granddaughter of Bayview Hunters Point's late, beloved community activist Espanola Jackson, about bringing jobs to D10.
Bare Bones Incident Report: Brian Holliday, David Wade Correctional Facility
We receive hundreds of letters a month, from all over the country – many detailing devastating human and civil rights abuses. Here, I ask you to write Brian Holliday and tell him you care and hope he's okay.
Joyce Gordon and her gallery
Downtown Oakland, Calif. – Managing Editor Nube Brown speaks with renowned gallerist and arts and community advocate Joyce Gordon on growing up in Berkeley, how she got Joyce Gordon Gallery started, the importance of the youth and the future of her art space.
Shape-shifting the narrative: Louis Hutchinson aka Wally
To be honest this is the first time I can honestly say ‘I’m Black and I’m proud.’”
Nube Brown at the Inauguration Day Rally Against Fascism
“All power to the people. It is US, the people. It's US, period. We're in the fight for our humanity. Are we really seeing each other? Are we hearing each other? There's no proving to them that we are worthy of being seen.”
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