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Poetic justices: Two Black women appointed to California Superior Court judgeships

“These appointments speak volumes. I am extremely pleased and excited that there are two new highly professional and qualified African-American women judges appointed to the California Superior Court.”

Black Alliance for Peace stands in revolutionary solidarity with the people of Bolivia

With the forced resignation of Bolivian President Evo Morales and the physical assaults against leaders of the Movement for Socialism, the progress made by indigenous and working-class people of Bolivia is under serious assault.

Modern-day slavery from incarceration to forced adoption

System-impacted women and girls are now leading the criminal law reform ... showing the American public and policymakers that previous beliefs on punitive punishments and “rehabilitation” are wrong.

Parenting with ACEs: How you can support your toddler

"Take care of yourself. If you’re healthy and feeling good, you can better respond to your child in a calm, nurturing way."

2020 political candidates being challenged to spend 12% of their campaign contributions with Black-owned...

For decades, the Black community in America has overwhelmingly given its support to candidates who have made promise to support Black causes, yet there is virtually no tangible way to measure if such support is being granted.

Treasure Island Superfund denial based on misinformation

Treasure Island got the highest or near highest scores for risk of exposure to residents, the human food chain and the environment. But California opposed its designation as a Superfund site. “By failing to make the National Priority List, cleaning up Treasure Island never became a national priority.”

Robert Earl Council enters 11th day of hunger strike to protest Alabama prison abuse

The Alabama Department of Corrections is once again targeting and repressing incarcerated hunger striker Robert Earl Council (aka Kinetik Justice) for exposing the inhumane conditions at Limestone Correctional Facility.

Jonestown: Reflection, healing, history

Join us Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, for a candlelight vigil and open mic to honor our Jonestown ancestors and the Black community still surviving in SF working endlessly to strengthen their lives, families, businesses and neighborhoods.

Sacred condolences … and congratulations!

CONGRATS to Toriano Gordon on opening the new VEGAN MOB restaurant, in Oakland on Lake Park in the old Kwik-Way....

Jones Memorial accepting applications for senior housing for age 62+ on Nov. 14

Jones Senior Homes, a Section 8/202  senior housing complex, will be accepting applications Thursday, November 14th at 1727 Fillmore Street, San Francisco,...

Donald in the Donbass, Biden in the crossfire

“Zelensky is desperate to end the war. His electoral landslide was the result of this promise, and his anti-corruption theme, which is related. His presidency – even his life – depends on it,” says Princeton and NYU Professor Emeritus Stephen F. Cohen. So why did Zelensky want another $400 million worth of military aid that could only escalate the war?

It doesn’t taste like chicken

I am an innocent man in prison – 11 years now – and I still can’t tell you how it feels.

The Barbara Lee and Elihu Harris Lecture Series presents Anna Mwalagho’s ‘Never Thought I...

Immigration can be a form of erasure. The quicker the newcomer sheds her identity, the sooner she is accepted.

Holding San Francisco accountable on SFPD’s inadequate DOJ COPS progress and process

“Despite three reports studying Black People in regard to racism in 55 years, Black San Franciscans are worse off than ever before.”

Diversity talk highlights anti-Blackness and Black erasure within the LGBTQIA+ community

Denial of anti-Blackness is an everyday occupation in the LGBTQIA+ community and in San Francisco specifically, making this conversation long overdue.

Activists across the world deliver South Carolina prisoners’ demands to United Nations

South Carolina’s prison system has reached a breaking point, and right now it is breaking the minds, bodies and spirits of human beings.

Volunteering on the border: Our trip to El Paso and Casa Del Refugiado

One Brazilian family explained that the food they were provided in detention was cookies and chips.

The never-ending earthquake called Homelessness: Preparing for an emergency when your life is an...

We are always getting prepared for the emergency we are already living in, and it’s made so much harder by this ongoing criminalization and violence called “sweeps.”

Sam Jordan’s, San Francisco’s oldest Black-owned bar, to close after 60 years in business

“The spaces the Black community had carved out, the restaurants we’d established, the communities we’d become a part of, were all fading out.”

Government or corporate run healthcare?

Those who profit off illness are very powerful in the U.S. Kaiser is a non-profit that earns massive sums and is also a major opponent of an Improved Medicare for All.