Keeping the beat, message and creative juices fresh, Mani Draper describes what is driving his laying down another layer of Neo-Mobb sounds.
The daily heartbreak of our precious children increasingly being incarcerated, many for life, by the capitalist genocidal corporate government of the u.s. is becoming the torturous nightmare that never ends and sends genocide’s death knells rippling out into the future seven generations beyond.
OUSD school closures will further undermine the work towards racially stigmatized and marginalized injustices impacting Black and Brown disabled students.
We have been abandoned here with no way to warm ourselves, our vehicles, or to dry out our clothing or bedding. Everything we own is soaking wet and we are dying from exposure.
Police union power sustains, protects, supports and covers for the Genocide of Black People.
Community Journalist Sierra Bourne interviewed SFSU students following a threat of armed violence on campus on the evening of Sept. 28, 2021.
Rosie the Riveter Trust celebrates in respect and honor the 100th birthday and contributions to community and planet of icon and can do woman, Betty Reid Soskin.
California still has the death penalty in place, renamed to make the act of State Murder more comfortable for the citizenry.
San Francisco DA Boudin announces groundbreaking civil prosecution against ghost gun manufacturers and retailers
SF DA Chesa Boudin with Keker Van Nest & Peters, LLP and Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence puts a bite in the death-for-profit ghost gun industry.
Ifoma Modibo Kambon pays tribute to Hunger Strikes’ unbroken lion, visionary and quintessential human, Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa.
Signed into law by Gov. Newsom, AB 832 updates California’s eviction moratorium rules, extends it and brings over $5 billion in federal relief to renters and landlords alike, with 15.79 percent identified as Black or African American.
Harmfully affecting the education and well-being of students of color and many others over the past school year, COVID-19 has revealed the San Francisco Unified School District’s critical failures during the pandemic.
Feb. 1, National Freedom Day, commemorates both the passage of the 13th Amendment and the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which declares that “recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,” including incarcerated human beings.
At Dr. King’s funeral, Stevie Wonder learned of John Conyers’ bill to make his birthday a national holiday. To overcome the resistance of conservative politicians, Wonder put his career on hold, led rallies from coast to coast and galvanized millions of Americans with his passion and integrity. But it took 15 years.
In regard to racism, Black San Franciscans are worse off than ever before. Only by achieving goals that improve the lives of Black San Franciscans will there be anything to celebrate regarding racial equity in San Francisco.
What would MLK think about our fractured and divisive country and world of today? He would be shocked by so many unhoused, hungry, suffering people, mass incarceration, children in cages, extreme poverty, the climate crisis, and trillions spent on the Pentagon, ongoing wars and now, nukes in space (Space Force), a new war for oil looming, and extreme income inequality. He would be upset by the lying fascists running and ruining our country.