Saturday, September 24, 2022
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COINTELPRO, soccer and the water in our eyes

Multi-award winning photojournalist, Malaika Kambon, in 2004 detailed the crushing evidence of capitalist imperialist monster maneuvers the U.S. used then, bringing current seven years hence the rooted reality of Haiti’s and Iraq’s ongoing struggles today.

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.

The landfill in our living room

The industrial landfill located on Parcel E of the Hunters Point Shipyard is known to contain potentially flammable petroleum products, construction debris, irradiated animal carcasses, human feces and lead based paint, pesticides and solvents.

Stop Shipyard land grab

Residents of Bayview Hunters Point, as victims of some of the most deadly military base pollution in the country, demand instead that the community control development of the Shipyard, once it is completely cleaned up by the Navy.

Who will stop the Navy?

Who will stop the “dirty transfer” of Parcel A of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard to the City? It’s on Parcel A that the notorious developer Lennar – the same Lennar that built a whole subdivision in Florida on its own dump – can’t wait to build hundreds of new homes.

Betrayal

In his intellectually-impoverished attempts to force speedy development of Hunters Point Shipyard, San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown demonstrates an inhumane disregard for the health and safety of Bayview Hunters Point residents.

Navy, City still blocking Black truckers

While the Navy has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on cleaning up the Shipyard, Blacks have been excluded — denied the trucking and other contracts needed to put bread on their tables.

Navy said to be conducting background checks on activists

More than once, the Navy has been charged with dishonesty and concealment in an effort to minimize the hazards it has created — and not just in Hunters Point.

Hunters Point is yours! Claim it!

A man who lives near the Shipyard called to say he’s been sick ever since the Navy’s 46-acre toxic landfill caught fire last August and to ask if a lawsuit is in the works.

Federal court shuts down major Hunters Point Shipyard polluter

“The Navy allowed its last tenant, the Triple A Shipyard, to willfully pollute Dry Dock 4 and the Hunters Point Shipyard for 10 years.”

The Shipyard can uplift the people

The Hunters Point Shipyard is our front yard. Let's act like we own it!

Biggest land grab since Manhattan

Lennar intends to grab it all for nothing and take every perk the City and the feds can offer to boot.

Why privatize the Shipyard?

I say stop the privatization of the Hunters Point Shipyard before we have more corruption to clean up than toxics.