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The new Freedom Ride: Black families, youth, elders and ancestors sing spirit into SF City Hall

March 11, 2014

This wasn’t 1967. This wasn’t Missisippi or Atlanta, South Africa or Argentina. This was San Francisco and this was the new Freedom Ride. We were trying to save another Black family from forced out-migration and eviction to make way for privatization. Eviction of Sabrina Carter and her sons is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday; call Mayor Ed Lee, 415-554-6141, and ask him to stop the eviction.

Juneteenth: Celebrate, but remember

June 4, 2011

This June 19, millions of Americans, particularly African Americans, will celebrate Juneteenth. Yet slavery’s abolishment, under the 13th Amendment, didn’t really end slavery, as many people believe. The 13th Amendment merely codified America’s “peculiar institution” under penal statutes.

Healthy food, our privilege and right

March 12, 2011

The Bayview is one of the biggest neighborhoods in San Francisco yet has a severe lack of healthy food resources. The presence of healthy food in their community shouldn’t belong only to people who can “afford” it.

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