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Monthly Archives: January 2023

Ubuntu* Sisters and Brothers

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”

The diversity of Blackness: Widening the scope of who we honor for Black History...

Curiosity didn’t kill the cat – there’s so much more to celebrate than what is fed to us, or comfortable for white people.

Red White & Blue

Clear Simple Truth

Positive Directions Equals Change brings specialized help to SF

Support and love for life are available for all.

On the correlation between the Autonomous Infrastructure Mission and George Jackson’s “On Withdrawal” Part...

Heshima describes a crystal clear blueprint to the way out from under.

Jamal Hart, grandson of Mumia Abu-Jamal, reflects on the 42 years of his grandfather’s...

Freedom should be the only mission of any campaigns that uplift his name and the only goal in mind at this point.

Political Prisoner Kwame Shakur speaks to Harvard, Howard law students

For victory, the foundation of the new house must be solid.

Dr. Espanola Jackson Day: Her legacy lives on

The legacy of love will always bear fruit.

Why are my fellow veterans harming minorities? 

How did "Thank you for your service" become "Get on the ground."

Oakland politics in review

What does democracy look like?

Champ Green on his new album, ‘Adult Contemporary Playeristic Love Diaries’

Off “Eastshore Highway,” Champ Green is commuting with beats in rhymes.

SFPD banned from using pretext stops to harass Black and Brown drivers

These stops, which are not making anyone safer, are also disproportionately carried out against people of color.

Why the right wing is obsessed with San Francisco

Trumpism, Covid-19 and racial reckoning following the murder of George Floyd mobilized a national conservative backlash – now playing out in our public education system.

Why Asian-Americans should celebrate Black History Month

The Fair Housing Act made the planned Westlake white-only bubble community illegal.

The WHY of the Prisoner Subscription Fund

What is Black authenticity?

Progressive SF Board of Education member Kevine Boggess is running for board president

There will be progressives – our children demand it!

One year after the recall, former SF School Board Pres. Gabriela López on the...

Politics is never in favor of upsetting the status quo.

Honoring our African ancestors – ancient and modern, Ramses II to now

“Primary research is the greatest weapon against the distortion of African and African American culture and history.” – Manu Ampim

Continuing our cry of genocide

Strategizing to abolish genocide.

Abolish slavery to save our children!

Like war, the 13th Amendment traumatizes children – forever.