Yearly Archives: 2021
Singer Stacy Audriene is featured on D’Wayne Wiggins upcoming tour to Ghana
The D’Wayne Wiggins Presents tour brings Stacy Audriene and friends’ music and more into the loving arms of Ghana this December.
SFCTA seeks On-Call Transportation Planning Services – proposals due Dec. 15
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ON-CALL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING SERVICES (RFQ 21/22-03) Notice is hereby given that the San Francisco County Transportation Authority is requesting statements of...
Different summit, same story for the polluters and poor at global climate meeting
The business-as-usual, richest, whitest COP26 ever will undoubtedly bring more of the same blah, blah, blah in unmet promises and continued genocide against The People.
Don’t ignore the 2021 Tribunal on genocide
Salifu Mack opens another window into why sustained focus and education on the recent Verdict of ‘Guilty on All Counts’ by the International Tribunal’s Panel of Jurists is critical to liberation and self-determination.
Bay Area-based wordsmith Marisha Ashanti is touring Ghana with D’Wayne Wiggins of Tony, Toni,...
Marisha Ashanti shares her excitement for the upcoming D’Wayne Wiggins of Tony, Toni, Tone tour to Ghana.
Burned alive for sleeping outside
Never to mince words, Lisa “Tiny” Gray-Garcia points out: “Krapitalism kills everything – people, animals and love.”
Choose Concrete Rose Correspondence School for a fast track into the trucking industry
Concrete Rose Correspondence School offers transitional opportunities from formerly incarcerated or unskilled to gainfully employed and independent.
The latent evils of the Board of Parole Hearings (BPH) and why it should...
The Board of Parole Hearings (BPH) continues to make arbitrary and capricious parole release decisions, illegally, with our tax dollars and in our names, committing genocide against our community members.
California law addresses anti-Black bias in home appraisal process
Systems like the California Association of Realtors (CAR) were/are created by White people for White people, perpetrating racist wealth gap impact against Black people.
Police unions block 60 percent of cases involving officers killing Blacks from being reported
Police union power sustains, protects, supports and covers for the Genocide of Black People.
Legendary composer Marcus Shelby is bringing his opera ‘Harriet’s Spirit’ to the Bayview Opera...
“Harriet’s Spirit” will be on stage at the Bayview Opera House, 4705 Third St., between Oakdale and Newcomb, today and tomorrow, Nov. 13 and 14. Performances are at 1 p.m and 4 p.m. on Saturday, with the final performance at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Register at https://operaparallele.org/harriet/.
Interview with Dedoceo Habi on talking PTSD
Dedoceo Habi shares how he learned that the best way to make sure you sustain your trauma-related behavior is to run away from it, to act like it doesn’t exist.
Repression breeds resistance and rebellion
The ongoing torture in indiana’s wvcf prison is Genocidal retaliation against Political Prisoners’ demands for dignity, right of self-determination and humane treatment.
California Coalition for Women Prisoners’ statement on SB 132 implementation
CDCr is on notice by CCWP Community to stop the fearmongering, manipulative and punitive abuses against all women prisoners, sis and trans, in the implementation of SB 132.
Mr. Ronnie Winn’s on-going spoken word of abuse by the Board of Parole in...
It either is or it isn’t, but it can’t be isisn’t and expect Ronnie Winn to run with it.
Trials highlight racism – Black Lives Matter!
‘White supremacy and racism are not secondary issues in a society split by deepening class divisions’ and are quantifiable as acts of Genocide.
Open letter from Sunnydale resident to Mayor Breed, Gov. Newsom and HUD Secretary Marcia...
The capital empire insists that the oppressed continue to bend, or move as it were, to the will of the system and its appendages – one of several forms of Genocide.
Bay Area neo-soul sensation Morgan J is set to rock Ghana on tour with...
Morgan J shares her excitement of embarking into her unknown, in Ghana, to experience her culture, her people and to receive whatever God has waiting for her there.
Fighting co-optation: Honoring the Black Panther Party on its 55th anniversary
Delency and Abbas Muntaqim deftly lay out the critical importance of history and education in the revolutionary movement.
Unlock them up!
The People speak – no new, updated or refurbished jails or prisons.