Friday, January 21, 2022
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Fair warning: Part II

This segment of the saga on Treasure Island highlights a ‘walk in the park’ through the Navy’s toxic dump.

Delinquents rapper V. White authors new bike set book ‘Body Baggers’

Rapper author Vidal Prevost aims to share art through his fictional story about a growing boy to man as witness to an esoteric lifestyle.

The life and passing of Oakland producer Jared ‘Sto’ Meeks

JR Valrey interviews Jared ‘Sto’ Meeks’ twin brother, Kali Meeks, for an intimate remembrance from a twin’s experience.

SF Young Adult Court graduation ceremony

Life trajectory support for arrested and eligible 18-24-year-old young people is available at SF Young Adult Court.

The Hut opens in District 10

COVID-19 response and recovery plan blossoms at The Hut, the new Pacific Islander Community Hub.

SFUSD and teachers’ unions reach deal for COVID protocols

SFUSD and the unions reached an agreement late last week that’s intended to keep all schools and district facilities open for safe, full in-person instruction through July 31, 2022.

Black leaders protest big white contractors’ move to bar small businesses from $60 million...

Construction was a major source of work for all Black communities 30 years ago, but efforts, driven by fear of Black competition, to push Blacks out of construction and lock them out of an industry they founded during slavery has now succeeded in largely maintaining that lockout nationwide.

The Great Palestinian Escape of 2021: Reflections from the U.S. Abolitionist landscape

Diana Block illuminates the revolutionary picture of the right and duty of the prisoner to escape the oppressor.

Against all odds, Mama Mesha Irizarry lives to fight another year

Mama Mesha embodies the universal balance, the love circle, of that which you give, you get.

SFUSD ramps up efforts to stop the spread of Omicron in schools

Keeping schools open for in-person learning is best for our kids, for their parents, and can be safely accomplished with concentrated support and everyone doing their part for each other.

NFL grant awarded to Concord expansion of NY-based nonprofit

NFL’s Inspire Change initiative awards four new grant partners including Wall Street Bound, which promotes and uplifts social justice work of NFL players and League to develop positive successes within communities of color.

Cleaning is code for evicting, from Frisco to Winnemucca: The UnHoused Nation speaks

Genocide in action as unhoused people fight for survival while being swept, stripped, demolished and evicted, even from land assigned to them by U.S. federal government.

Fillmore-raised father-to-be who defended himself against hospital security acquitted by jury

The risks to achieve victory can be great, and the victory of acquittal by your peers is sweet.

CPS came for the baby girl at 3 a.m.

As in so many other tentacles of the racist capitalist system, gross treacheries are taking place within Child protective services.

‘His spirit reflected a giant’: Mumia Abu-Jamal remembers Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s visit to Death...

Mumia Abu-Jamal recalls the short giant of Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s visit to his tiny cell on death row, “The Arch” to his friends and family, a perfect example of love

I am honored to call Archbishop Tutu a friend

Matt Meyer shares his loving appreciation and acknowledgment for his friend, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, fallen warrior for liberation for all, now transitioning to the ancestors.

The Machiavellian politics of London Breed

On Dec. 17, 2021, Mayor London Breed declared “the existence of a local emergency” based upon a spike of overdose deaths in the Tenderloin, but to a trained eye it appears in its true colors as a coup d’état.

A Livituary: Ms. Regina Jackson, President and CEO of the East Oakland Youth Development...

Regina Jackson’s love, expertise and trust span 27 years of dedicated attention to our most beautiful and valuable element in shared humanity, our youth.

Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community has launched a second holiday season of...

Good people bringing good tidings and essential goods to their Bayview neighborhood in times of deep need.

Haitian asylum seekers sue U.S. government for ‘anti-Black racism within the immigration system’

The U.S. government continues to show true colors of anti-Black racism in its shell games of immigration tactics.
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