“It’s a whole community being left behind,” said Bendu Griffin, president of Tonma, a management consulting firm in Oakland, adding that Black contractors are going extinct.
Green Party of California condemns Democratic Party ‘betrayal’ for shelving of Guaranteed Health Care...
Capitalism again blocks the road to affordable quality healthcare for all people as a human right.
SF BOS takes huge historical step in creating the 15-member African American Reparations Advisory Committee.
Absence a response by the local health officer or designee moves Dr. Ahimsa Porter Sumchai to declare a Local Health Emergency under Section 101080 of the California Health and Safety Code at Naval Stations Hunters Point and Treasure Island.
Shifting from criminalizing homeless lives requires digging deeper to expose the truth of the reality.
Keith Baxter is evidence that as a society we must revive the compassion necessary to validate our humanity and leave no one behind. Every heart counts.
Birthed in the community, Our City Our Home’s Proposition C recommendations go to the mayor and BOS for final approval.
Fillmore Black American voices raise the decibel charging disrespect and neglect regarding city government response to charges by tenants about issues with Plaza East Apartments' violations of tenants' rights and threats to safety and health.
Police violence is raged against the people with impunity, ‘like a pack of wolves.’
by Tiny Gray-Garcia Since 2013, in backroom deals with non-profit organizations, the San Francisco Housing Authority and HUD have been quietly enacting a benignly named plan called RAD, which results in the decimation of the...
Black-owned media is key to carry the messages of billions worth in opportunities available by President Biden’s proposed American Jobs Plan to disadvantaged minority communities and businesspeople.
Listen up Social Security! –The rat stops here! – Paradise Free Jah Love Supreme has you on blast!
The bedbug nightmare, it so so wrong, sleeping in the bathtub for way too long.
On Sunday, April 11, student organizers in the CCSF Student Coalition led a 150-person “March to Save CCSF” in the Mission in protest of the recently approved layoffs of over 600 professors at CCSF.
CA DMV adopts policy urged by the SF Board of Supervisors recent resolution allowing on-file-photos for licenses and identification cards to patients with visual physical medical affects.
Double punch to the solar plexis – Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. moves to evict, ignoring the SF eviction moratorium and denying supportive resources to Black family.