JR Valrey’s interview is a deep dive into learning about Oakland mayoral candidate, Allyssa Victory, and reminds that self-education is also required to get what we need from those whom we elect.
Ongoing corrupt and genocidal USDA policies, denials of land, wealth and constitutional rights for California Black farmers is being scrutinized by the California Reparations Task Force.
Venezuela votes to shed imperialist gangsterism.
The business-as-usual, richest, whitest COP26 ever will undoubtedly bring more of the same blah, blah, blah in unmet promises and continued genocide against The People.
Concrete Rose Correspondence School offers transitional opportunities from formerly incarcerated or unskilled to gainfully employed and independent.
Systems like the California Association of Realtors (CAR) were/are created by White people for White people, perpetrating racist wealth gap impact against Black people.
Police union power sustains, protects, supports and covers for the Genocide of Black People.
Emerging models may be providing new opportunities to building Black community wealth.
The criminal legal system shows no respect or concern for those who suffer being denied their right to a speedy trial.
Trust and humanity are every day seeming more elusive as we struggle to sort fact from fiction, love from treachery – and human resiliency keeps us from despair.
Little government aid, ongoing stigma and the fight for decriminalization: San Francisco sex industry...
For some sex workers, laws such as FOSTA-SESTA block them from acquiring financial means to survive.
The indomitable Dr. Ahimsa Porter Simchai continues to expose the deadly injustices, today in the form of Strontium-90, threatening residents around the Hunters Point Shipyard Federal Superfund site.
Elected officials would rather protect their capitalist, imperialist corporate development projects than protect the people from toxic and deadly living conditions.
The International Tribunal 2021 and subsequent verdict places the Movement for liberation and self-determination on the international stage with the onus on We the People to create the next steps forward.
Community Journalist Sierra Bourne interviewed SFSU students following a threat of armed violence on campus on the evening of Sept. 28, 2021.