Monthly Archives: April 2022
The pollution at the shipyard impacts everyone in the Bay Area. In the coming years, with rising sea levels, the entire bay will be contaminated by radioactive material.
“And I’m ecstatic about what’s next. I know this is the catalyst for the revolution against Amazon, the same way it’s been happening with Starbucks.”
Critics allege that, at one point, the mayor supported a draft map that watered down the City’s Black vote.
This Earth Day in SF, roughly 1,000 young people marched with environmental advocates from Union Square to City Hall calling for environmental justice.
No shame in exploring Pi – limitless curiosities in the expanded possibilities of Pi Day.
"The Ticket at Any Cost" ("Le Ticket a Tout Prix") will be shown twice at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and be a significant element of an NAACP fundraiser on April 30.
Like a seasoned revolutionary, Moses Omolade assessed the crisis, sought clarity of mind-body-spirit, determined the costs and deployed the strategy, inspiring camaraderie in the fight for the beloved community.
Asale Haquekyah Chandler and Olivia Bordeaux protest outside the LaSalle Apartments on the hill in Bayview, covered by SF Bay View Community Journalist Sierra Bourne.
“Duende” is a magical Black love story. The ending is happy, despite the tragedy, despite the horror.
NCBW SF puts serious juice into training and supporting Black and women of color into meaningful jobs in the hospitality, restaurant and retail sales industries.
Prison officialdom utilizes gang rivalries and racial groups with manipulation and instigated violence to justify genocidal prison expansions.
Oakland street legend D.B. Bedford is a pioneer of teaching heightened emotional intelligence in the Black community.
Vote for David Campos solutions to end death caused by toxic Hunters Point Shipyard, homelessness and health care inaction, not more genocidal racist rhetoric.
There lies an indispensable value in those individuals who are willing to serve as catalysts for change, to risk reputation and re-election to stay true to their campaign promises and garner resentment from the establishment for challenging the status quo.
Massive community response prompts SF Redistricting Task Force to vote down map dividing vulnerable...
In a 5-4 vote, the Task Force voted to disapprove its final draft map, which would have divided several vulnerable communities, setting a timeline to create a better map.
Don’t let grief burden you down, because if you could see Joe now, you’d see him in the brightness of God, walking the streets of gold hand in hand with Brenda.
On March 15, 2022, a 13-year-old child was racially profiled, grabbed from behind and detained for 30 minutes by SFPD while leaving the Sterne School to enter his tutor’s car.
More COVID testing becomes available in neighborhoods that have been hit hardest.
Battery Bluff is a new section of park created on top of the new Presidio Parkway tunnels. Enjoy gardens, picnic areas, sweeping views of the Golden Gate, a multi-use trail and access to historic military batteries not seen by the public since 1936.
Destroying the master’s tools: Soledad State Prison’s anti-Black racism and why we need abolition...
Ever the student, Talib Williams opens the doors to explore our understandings and beliefs about prisons and people held captive there, mostly Black people.