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Sierra Bourne, community journalist!

Bayview Hunters Point – Meet Sierra Bourne, the Bay View's new community journalist, HP born and raised!

Pierre Labossiere speaks of solidarity against Haitian deportations protest

Pierre LaBossier, founder of Haiti Action Committee, speaks at a protest against brutal deportations of Haitians.

D10 Supervisor Shamann Walton’s press conference, Nov. 23, 2020

West Point, Bayview Hunters Point – On Monday, Nov. 23, 2020, Supervisor Shamann Walton held a press conference to announce a three-point strategy addressing the uptick of violence in our district.

Bay View editors confront Tetra Tech’s intimidation tactics and environmental racism in Bayview Hunters...

Bayview, San Francisco – Bay View Assistant Editor Malik Washington discusses two threatening letters sent to to the Bay View newspaper October and November 2020 from Tetra Tech, the remediation company contracted to clean up the toxic Hunters Point Shipyard.

Tai Seals-Jackson, RDJ Enterprises

Bayview, San Francisco – Editor Malik Washington interviews Tai Seals-Jackson, granddaughter of Bayview Hunters Point's late, beloved community activist Espanola Jackson, about bringing jobs to D10.

Two women of the TL supporting Proposition A

Tenderloin, San Francisco – Assistant Editor Malik Washington talks to two advocates of Prop A, a measure to create "$487.5 million in bonds going to fund permanent investments in transitional supportive housing facilities, shelters, and/or facilities that serve individuals experiencing homelessness."

Nube Brown at the Inauguration Day Rally Against Fascism

“All power to the people. It is US, the people. It's US, period. We're in the fight for our humanity. Are we really seeing each other? Are we hearing each other? There's no proving to them that we are worthy of being seen.”

Macy’s workers strike

Union Square, San Francisco – Oct. 14, 2020. Local 39 stationary engineers and craftspeople strike for better wages and healthcare from Macy's!

Rasta V

Bayview, San Francisco – At Third and Palou, Nube and Malik interview Rasta V aka Vertis about living in the hood, his late mother, staying safe in COVID and getting out the vote!

Harrell Powell, Aquarius Enterprise

Third and Quesada – Nube Brown speaks with Harrell Powell, who with his wife Deborah Powell, owns Aquarius Enterprise.

Second annual SFUSD Black Graduation Rites of Passage Ceremony

On Friday, June 4, 2021, the San Francisco Alliance of Black School Educators presented the Second Annual SFUSD Black Graduation Rites of Passage Ceremony!

🏬Multimillion dollar condos, no resources for unhoused

Tenderloin, San Francisco – Malik speaks to folks at Code Tenderloin about the disparities in the city's priorities. London Breed: What's the plan for our unhoused? The homeless crisis didn't end just because COVID restrictions did!

An interview with Damien Posey of US 4 US Bay Area

Bayview, San Francisco – Editor Malik Washington sits down with community leader and Bayview Hunters Point native Damien Posey, aka Uncle Damien.

Code Tenderloin: Del Seymour and Donna Hilliard

Tenderloin, San Francisco – Malik Washington and Nube Brown of the Bay View interview Del Seymour and Donna Hilliard of Code Tenderloin, an organization that helps our poor brothers and sisters on the streets of San Francisco get jobs and economic stability!

Education Beat: Tachelle Herron-Lane of 100% College Prep

Bay View Education Reporter Daphne Young interviews Tachelle Herron-Lane, assistant director of 100% College Prep Program, a college prep program.

Shape-shifting the narrative: Louis Hutchinson aka Wally

To be honest this is the first time I can honestly say ‘I’m Black and I’m proud.’”

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.

Joyce Gordon and her gallery

Downtown Oakland, Calif. – Managing Editor Nube Brown speaks with renowned gallerist and arts and community advocate Joyce Gordon on growing up in Berkeley, how she got Joyce Gordon Gallery started, the importance of the youth and the future of her art space.

Dog walking while Black in SF parks: Why we need the CAREN Act

Alamo Square, San Francisco – Terry Williams has seen many changes to his neighborhood in the historically Black Fillmore, and one of them is the whitening of Alamo Square Park along with parks all over San Francisco and the subsequent pushing out of Black dog owners who don't feel safe going to the parks.