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San Francisco District Attorney’s Office files numerous charges against San Francisco sheriff’s deputy

DA Chesa Boudin is not shying away from holding bad cops accountable.

Paying for universal health care

Politicians are paid to resist and We the People must get involved for any hope of a better health care system.

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.

Dee, co-owner of Hey Neighbor Cafe

Nube Brown interviews Dee, co-owner of Hey Neighbor Cafe in SF’s Portola neighborhood.

‘Maybe you shouldn’t be building this project’

With solutions being offered and critical work being done by Homfulness, City of Oakland gets pushback for not walking their talk about the housing crisis.

John Burris on the indictment of two Stockton cops for viciously beating Devin Carter,...

The grand jury’s indictment of criminal acts by Stockton’s bad cops, Stiles and Villapudua, is a positive step towards achieving accountability and justice for the brutal malice perpetrated on Devin Carter and his family.

California Reading Report Card: Nine Bay Area school districts at bottom of list

Alarmingly low CA Reading Report Card scores in Bay Area schools triggers the creating of a task force by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond.

Breaking historical silence to heal from historical wounds: Remembering the 1966 Hunters Point Uprising

During the fall of 1966, racial and economic disparity exploded into a violent three-day conflict between local and state law enforcement, the National Guard and the Black community of Bayview Hunters Point.

Help the family of 10-year-old Sammy Johnson, who died in his mother’s arms of...

Rest in Power 10-year-old Sammy Johnson, precious human being.

Sierra Bourne, community journalist!

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

Beacons of hope: Humboldt State’s Project Rebound builds a prison-to-college pipeline

Project Rebound at HSU breathes life support into possibilities for life successes to people returning from incarceration and at-risk youth.

People over profits: California bill pushes Amazon, Walmart and other big e-retailers

Warehouse Workers Protection Act, AB 701, intends to reign in the profits over people culture causing pain, injury, suffering and job loss to employees, predominantly Black and Brown people.

LWOP is a death sentence: Give Stanley Bernard Davis a chance for parole!

California still has the death penalty in place, renamed to make the act of State Murder more comfortable for the citizenry.

City Hall political corruption reaches community-based institutions

“Black community organizations require mission-aligned leadership to implement their purpose. Instead, Booker T. Washington Community Service Center VP Farah Makras informed me that many of her friends voted for Donald Trump.” - Former Board President Julian Davis

God bless you for helping Sam!

Sam Johnson is fighting for his young life and with hope laced with anguish, friends are asking for prayers and community offerings to help Sam’s family and save this precious human life.

Building up women for careers in construction

Bay Area Black women are unapologetically moving into construction, training with Mission Rock Academy and partners, to learn trade skills including running equipment like tower cranes, pile-drivers, forklifts, backhoes, boom trucks and Bobcat excavators.

On the unspeakable history of animal cruelty at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard

In the protracted work of Dr. Ahimsa Sumchai to research, educate and eradicate the harms of the deadly dumping of killer contaminants at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, Sumchai exposes the additional history of animal radiation experiments compounding the suffering.

United Educators of San Francisco rally at City Hall August 31, 2021

Educators, union members, families and supporters of United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) gathered at SF City Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021, for a "Clean Air" rally!

What does inclusion look like?

Downtown Oakland will be the new headquarters for BART, which has partnered with Turner Construction Co., is engaging Black-owned business and contractors, including Red Dipper Electric and Metro Contract Group and putting fissures in the Black shutout.

Black August commemorated at the gates of San Quentin Prison

Commemorating George Jackson’s life and legacy keeps the fires lit and strikes new energy in the protracted struggle for freedom and also demands the release of the now-Elder freedom fighters from the modern slave plantations.
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