October 10, 2016
This Maafa Commemoration Month we continue to lift “A Love Supreme” as we organize a defense against state violence. Congratulations to Professor Aaliyah Dunn-Salahuddin, whose community vigil and program honored the lives of the Bayview Hunters Point revolutionaries killed 50 years ago when the community rose up after SFPD killed Matthew “Peanut” Johnson and more recently when the community turned out after SFPD killed Mario Woods.
November 19, 2008
After Proposition 8 passed, Black gay men holding “No on Proposition 8” signs were verbally assaulted by white gay anti-Prop 8 protesters. They were called “niggers,” and “their people” were blamed for its passage.