November 20, 2017
A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region. While the intensity and unrelenting nature of this year’s hurricane season has captured a great deal of media attention, the way these storms have intersected with the region’s indebtedness, vulnerable, dependent economies and correspondingly weakened state capacity has not.
February 21, 2014
Coming as the Bay View print edition goes to press is the shocking and tragic news that Jackson Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, 66, has died. With our deepest sympathy for his family and city, we send our hope that Jackson, Miss., will continue to rise. Believing that Mayor Lumumba’s plan is the best way to economic justice, peace and prosperity for every city, we carry on with our plan to publish “Jackson Rising” to encourage Jackson to carry out Lumumba’s mission, making Jackson a model for the nation. Tributes to the beloved Mayor Lumumba coming soon.
November 1, 2008
Proposition H on the Nov. 4 ballot will put San Francisco on the path to 100% renewable energy. Don’t buy PG&E’s lies. Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco’s Black heartland, sickened for 75 years with power plant pollution, has the most to gain. Learn more at http://www.sfcleanenergy.com/.
October 28, 2008
Vote Yes on Proposition H! The Clean Energy Act will make San Francisco the first major city in the world to require that its electricity supply be provided by 100% clean and renewable sources of energy. PG&E has spent a record $9.9 million of ratepayer dollars, according to the latest campaign finance reports, to spread […]
October 27, 2008
Proposition H offers an opportunity for San Francisco to obtain up to 51 percent of its power from renewable sources by 2017 and 100 percent by 2040. The storm of anti-Prop H mailers and television ads bombarding us is funded by PG&E from the money you pay for your steadily rising electric bills.
October 24, 2008
In early October, ethics reporting revealed that PG&E is the source of all but $100 of the entire $5.5 million spent so far to attack Prop H – the San Francisco Clean Energy Act. Prop H is a vital ballot measure that will switch us to 100 percent clean electricity in just three decades, and at the same or lower rates than PG&E.