Tuesday, December 7, 2021
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Big victory for California Hotel tenants

“The tenants prevailed. There was no one from Oakland Community Housing appearing in court today to oppose the tenants’ needs or Judge Richard Keller’s ruling. This is a big victory for the people.”

Children’s Defense Fund calls Schwarzenegger’s revised budget shameful

In a state with the eighth largest economy in the world, it is a moral outrage that cuts to foster care, health coverage, cash assistance for children and food programs are even being considered.

‘Give us our mail!’

The San Quentin Death Row inmates have filed a complaint. Their goal is a settled and dependable mail handling standard that enables them to stay in touch with their family and friends. We fully support them.

Silenced Mamas: Prominent Family Court judge consistently rules against mothers

Sandra was extremely shocked and devastated by Judge Slabach’s order that placed her 7-year-old son’s life in danger.

Redevelopment planning land grab of Shipyard and all BVHP

This new annexation amendment of the Hunters Point Redevelopment Project Area appears intended to clear away the low-income Black population that has lived alongside the Shipyard for 60 years.

Taxpayers file landmark lawsuit to prevent $12 billion in prison construction debt

"How can we be kicking thousands of kids off of Medi-Cal and cutting the public school budget by billions, yet sink $12 billion into building tens of thousands of new prisons beds?”

Enough Is Enough Rally For Self-Determination Monday 11 a.m. at City Hall

All that it takes to be branded an urban terrorist evidently is to be a "troublemaker": complaining when sewage backs up into your sink or asserting your rights or defending your community in any way.

Our Prop F is winning! And it’s ahead of Lennar’s Prop G!

San Francisco was built lot by lot by local builders with local workers – some with experience, some in training. That’s how we’ll renovate our solid existing homes and commercial buildings in Bayview Hunters Point and build new ones.

Has Lennar gobbled up the Department of Public Health?

I found out that Lennar pays for the studies conducted by the SFDPH. Dr. Bhatia told me that there is nothing wrong with the air or the dust and that people couldn’t possibly be experiencing health care problems.

500 very low income tenants face eviction from Oakland’s California Hotel

The Oakland Housing Authority is planning to sell off or demolish most of its public housing in the near future, and nonprofits have been involved in mixed income housing developments at public housing sites that have displaced poor public housing tenants in Oakland.

Ocean View activists protest lack of work for community youths

A Bay View investigation into the workforce at the Ingleside Library, which is being built by CLW Builders, found that none of the workers on the construction site were from the Ingleside community.

On the road toward health

Step by step, access to healthy living is increasing with community efforts.

Federal class action against City of Antioch documents police targeting of African American tenants

ACLU finds the City of Antioch and its police department are engaged in a concerted campaign of intimidation, harassment and discrimination against African Americans who receive federally funded Section 8 housing rent assistance.

Lennar built homes on land littered with live bombs

Now that we know how that negligence has endangered an upscale white neighborhood in Florida, will anyone in Hunters Point stand up in Lennar’s defense?

‘Smart Cities’ reject redevelopment agencies

There are only three medium-sized cities in Northern California that have withstood pressure from a powerful Sacramento lobby, an army of lawyers, consultants, bond brokers and land developers.

Revolutionary Black psychologist honored for changing education and society

“Joseph White has made a fundamental shift in how ethnic minorities are viewed, understood and treated in American psychology.”

Assembly Speaker Karen Bass: Our society will be judged on the way it cares...

People are scared about the future in a state that should be all about hope for the future. We represent California – the eighth largest economy on the planet.

Cindy Sheehan declares solidarity with longshoremen’s May Day anti-war port shutdown

The longshoremen of the West Coast are demonstrating that it is possible to oppose the war-mongering corporate politicians and prevent them from dividing and conquering the movements of the workers and peoples.

‘Sophie, you sold us out again!’

Allowing 604 Hunters Point families to become homeowners is not in Newsom's ethnic cleansing game plan.

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.
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