Friday, May 20, 2022

Rapper-producer Mani Draper speaks on his newly released wildly popular album, ‘Communion: Book 1’

Keeping the beat, message and creative juices fresh, Mani Draper describes what is driving his laying down another layer of Neo-Mobb sounds.

Inaccurate media and activist judge jeopardize SF’s first prosecution of a killer cop

Response to article in Mission Local: "Chaos erupts as judge delays hearing of officer accused of killing Keita O'Neil"

Early reading instruction in San Francisco public schools: A love affair with what has...

SFUSD is another sick example of education at the merciless bidding of capitalism’s genocidal process against Black, Brown and Indigenous people.

Dr. Jaseon Outlaw speaks on mental health in the Black community during the pandemic

Reaching out for help is essential to staying strong in maintaining, or attending to, our mental health balance while navigating the many daily struggles.

SF State Ethnic Studies students oppose the recall of Chesa Boudin!

In 2019, San Francisco demonstrated a commitment to re-evaluating the failed policies of the past by putting Chesa Boudin in office.

SF Human Rights Commission’s Dr. Sheryl Davis encourages Doris Ward Workforce program grads

“What you are accomplishing is also about those following behind you as you pave a better way for those to come.”

Keita O’Neil’s family calls for packing the courtroom Friday, May 6, for police officer...

Pack the courtroom Friday, May 6, 9 a.m. This is the first time in San Francisco that a killer cop is being held accountable.

Rebecca Kaplan, the best choice for Alameda County supervisor

Rebecca will continue to address head-on the rising unsheltered population, ensuring access to adequate medical and mental health services for our uninsured residents, tackling the housing affordability and housing demand issues and seeking equitable solutions to the county’s procurement processes.

Reflecting on climate terrorism with the youth of DeeColonize Academy

Young people write from their view of how the climate crisis impacts vulnerable, houseless people here and abroad.

Cowgirl of the sky

Success stories from those moving forward from addiction are testaments to the strength and resilience of the human spirit.

The fight for the climate

The pollution at the shipyard impacts everyone in the Bay Area. In the coming years, with rising sea levels, the entire bay will be contaminated by radioactive material.

Mayor Breed oversaw divisive redistricting, pitting Black and Asian people against each other

Critics allege that, at one point, the mayor supported a draft map that watered down the City’s Black vote.

Youth-led Earth Day march to City Hall: Protect the people of Bayview and Treasure...

This Earth Day in SF, roughly 1,000 young people marched with environmental advocates from Union Square to City Hall calling for environmental justice.

‘OUSD was willing to let us die rather than change their decision’: Hunger striker...

Like a seasoned revolutionary, Moses Omolade assessed the crisis, sought clarity of mind-body-spirit, determined the costs and deployed the strategy, inspiring camaraderie in the fight for the beloved community.

Residents speak out on lack of city response to string of arsons in Bayview

Asale Haquekyah Chandler and Olivia Bordeaux protest outside the LaSalle Apartments on the hill in Bayview, covered by SF Bay View Community Journalist Sierra Bourne.

David Campos won’t sell us out! Vote by Tuesday, April 19 

Vote for David Campos solutions to end death caused by toxic Hunters Point Shipyard, homelessness and health care inaction, not more genocidal racist rhetoric.

Chesa Boudin dares to wage war against systemic injustice – but will he be...

There lies an indispensable value in those individuals who are willing to serve as catalysts for change, to risk reputation and re-election to stay true to their campaign promises and garner resentment from the establishment for challenging the status quo. 

What a beautiful soul: Joe Nathan Wright, Aug. 15, 1955-Feb. 23, 2022

Don’t let grief burden you down, because if you could see Joe now, you’d see him in the brightness of God, walking the streets of gold hand in hand with Brenda.

13-year-old Black student leaving school attacked by SFPD

On March 15, 2022, a 13-year-old child was racially profiled, grabbed from behind and detained for 30 minutes by SFPD while leaving the Sterne School to enter his tutor’s car.

Mobile COVID testing units moving through Bayview

More COVID testing becomes available in neighborhoods that have been hit hardest.