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Sunrise Ceremony on Alcatraz Oct. 11, 2021

Editor Nube Brown attended the Oct. 11 Sunrise Ceremony to honor Indigenous Peoples' Day and the 1969-71 occupation of the island by our native brothers and sisters.

Jalil Muntaqim: Why it’s time for the International Tribunal

The International Tribunal will hear testimony on U.S. crimes against Black, Brown and Indigenous people to which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once referred stating the United States is the greatest purveyor of violence on the planet.

Sunrise Ceremony on Alcatraz Oct. 11, 2021

Editor Nube Brown attended the Oct. 11 Sunrise Ceremony to honor Indigenous Peoples' Day and the 1969-71 occupation of the island by our native brothers and sisters.

Liberate the Caged Voices: The rose began to grow from concrete

In this second part of Nube’s interview with Minister King X we learn how he found his own way through his unfolding Artivism to using art to bring the message in the struggle for true freedom.

Pattern of practice – brutality, schemes and crimes against humanity since 1619

Mutope Duguma defines the path from 1619’s forced exportation of Afrikans through the 400-year evolving in the domestic colonized nation to New Afrikans in the protracted struggle of present day.

Urgent! Call the governor! Jalil Muntaqim demands the immediate transfer of Kevin Rashid Johnson out of Lucasville before he is murdered

Jalil Muntaqim’s URGENT appeal to call Ohio Gov. DeWine and demand Kevin Rashid Johnson’s immediate transfer out of Lucasville – notorious white supremacist Lucasville Prison hell-bent on murdering Kevin Rashid Johnson.

Liberate the Caged Voices

Editor Nube Brown’s interview illuminates shared humanity and how Artivists formerly incarcerated Minister King X and 26-years currently incarcerated Keelo G work together to win release for CA elder freedom fighters and political prisoners.

Leroy Moore: Dear Black community

Leroy Moore uses the power of poetry to inspire Black community engagement in the struggle for healing and empowerment for Black ableism by building Black organizations, leadership and unity.

Do women face more challenges than men in recovery?

Traci Watson of Sister’s Circle Women’s Support Network, Inc. submits the possibility of undercounted women needing treatment for addiction issues in the face of hurdles that women in particular must navigate.

Welcome to the Bay View Archives! With a $20,000 grant from The San Francisco Foundation, we can finally formalize and publicize our trove of Black journalism from 1976 to 2008.

Those who must be shown: an environmental justice manifesto

George D. Porter dedicated his career to the International Longshoremen’s Workers Union Local 34. He died in the care of his loving family on the morning of Feb. 19, 1992. His immediate cause of death was dehydration. His final cause of death was pulmonary asbestosis.

Then wasn’t the time, but now is!

“The police say to us all the time that they can’t do their jobs because we won’t talk and tell on someone. Well, we ARE telling on PG&E … so now we tell them it’s your turn. Do your job! Do it now!”

Lennar builds shoddy homes

“We have been living the Lennar nightmare for seven years. We are original owners with perpetual water intrusion. I am trying to organize my neighbors (168 defective homes) and share information in hopes that together we can make a difference ... We are absolutely devastated. I am writing from Novato, California.” — Tamara

A failure of leadership

After more than 15 years of “cleanup,” the Shipyard is still a toxic mess – and now Lennar is moving forward to build residential housing on the site.

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