Wednesday, February 1, 2023
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Fillmore’s In The Black marketplace for Black entrepreneurs opens Friday, Dec. 9

The city’s newest all-Black community and shopping space opens this week in the Fillmore!

Today SF Board of Supervisors casts final vote on deploying killer robots

With SFPD’s record of lying and making excuses for the police murders of Idriss Stelley, Gus Rugley, Kenneth Harding, Mario Woods, Alex Nieto, and so many more, residents have to think about whether or not they want to give the SFPD the ability to kill people remotely.

Oakland’s Devin Cunningham directs African-American Shakespeare’s ‘Cinderella’ Dec. 4-18 in San Francisco

This Black Cinderella “follows a nearly broken girl who overcomes her circumstances and obtains the life she’s always dreamed about.” Take the kids!

On the streets – and making it work

The community welcome mat needs to be much better made to embrace our community members transitioning from the caged existence.

The hustle was real: From dealing to healing

A cut flower may look good, but cut off from the base, it will not last.

What do the kids have to say about abolition vs. poLice?

Listen to empowered, educated and intelligent voices of the kids.

Race is always on the ballot

US empire white supremacy is perpetually in design mode to maintain dominance over darker people.

Under Ben Jealous, will the Sierra Club finally stand with 94124?

The Superfund is calling – will Sierra Club’s new executive director Jealous go?

40 days and 39 nights: Wanda Sabir journeys with Sojourner Truth 

Learning the Truth is the only way home.

Rwanda and Uganda’s M23 militia reappears to slaughter & plunder in DRC

US empire relentless with anti-democratic policies supporting authoritarian leaders and plunder of natural resources in the Congo and other nations globally.

Pandemic ripple effects still apparent in Bayview schools

SFUSD leaders still need to be held accountable to effectively addressing the ongoing pandemic impact on students.

Healing starts in Hunters Point

Dr. Ahimsa Sumchai and HPCBP creates real hope for environmental reparations and recovery.

Ranked choice voting shakes up Oakland mayoral election

Election candidates can be more successful by educating voters about RCV.

The Temptations are golden

Keeping the Temptations' good thing goin’ with “Ain’t Too Proud.”

Honoring and highlighting our unsung Black hires 

Looking deeply at the wide picture of hiring Black people.

Families rise against CPS, family court and child support injustice

The fight is on for the children – family rights are human rights.

Legendary thespian Aldo Billingslea talks theater and starring in the theatrical adaptation of Frank...

Tension between recognizing the humanity of your neighbor and twisting it for political gain resolves an exciting, relevant story with a happy ending!

Cheers to here

The real – with hope, reverence, purpose and love.

UC academics picket campuses in largest strike of the year

The state relentlessly hoards while The People fight for affordable food, housing and transportation.