Monthly Archives: December 2021
On Dec. 17, 2021, Mayor London Breed declared “the existence of a local emergency” based upon a spike of overdose deaths in the Tenderloin, but to a trained eye it appears in its true colors as a coup d’état.
The injustice system herds Black people into the pen and the Board of Parole Hearings uses the exception clause to the 13th Amendment to keep them there.
In the wake of deep pain inflicted, this collection of excerpts from prisoners gives testimony to compassion, love, support, integrity, intelligence, faith, heart, depth and humanity from those too often dehumanized.
Regina Jackson’s love, expertise and trust span 27 years of dedicated attention to our most beautiful and valuable element in shared humanity, our youth.
Harry C. Alford leaves deep prints having innovated and inspired wide Black economic energies.
One held in deep integrity, respect, authenticity and commitment, Kevin ’Rashid’ Johnson expresses the importance of his weighing in on the Keith “Malik” Washington conversation.
Good people bringing good tidings and essential goods to their Bayview neighborhood in times of deep need.
Corrupt, racist officers and staff at Lane Murray Unit on notice – an attack on one is an attack on all.
The U.S. government continues to show true colors of anti-Black racism in its shell games of immigration tactics.
Elected ‘officials’ failures result in not “The Homeless Problem,” but instead, “The Politricksters Problem.” VOTE
Looking at the reality of US government’s ongoing genocide being committed upon its own people.
Vote. If Dems and Pubs won’t discuss health care during a pandemic, then when?
Charles Nicholson illuminates how each human’s acknowledgement and telling of their own unique story might be the golden nugget for the unfolding journey.
We have been abandoned here with no way to warm ourselves, our vehicles, or to dry out our clothing or bedding. Everything we own is soaking wet and we are dying from exposure.
Rogers LaCaze Sr. appeals to our humanity and clearly asks for help to regain his freedom.
Warning, strong backer of HOPE SF Nancy Palosi and friends heard collaborating between the walls of public housing.
Jackson State Univ. Coach Deion Sanders’ recruitment of high school cornerback Travis Hunter may be the start of the next great migration.
Family separation has become a prominent tool in the arsenal of the state.
When danger to the white supremacist, capitalist, imperialist prison system is perceived, state sanctioned fear and terror are unleashed on defenseless Black prisoners.
Eric Martin, another partner with SF Bay View in keeping the conversation open inside and outside.