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San Francisco Office of Racial Equity created by unanimous vote

“Race and the deep structural and institutional racism so deeply rooted in this stolen Ramaytush Ohlone land remain as salient as ever.”

Young Women’s Freedom Center reports dire impact of criminalization in San...

From housing instability to economic hardship and the intergenerational trauma of mass incarceration, the impact of criminalization is dire.

Chancellor’s orchestrated public lynching at Contra Costa College

Chancellor Wood and his Contra Costa Community College District (4CD) office advisors violated district and state policies in pursuit of their campaign to remove the last two Black upper level managers at CCC.

‘Toni Morrison: Pieces That I Am’

Wanda reviews “Toni Morrison: Pieces That I Am” (2019)

The anatomy of abusive prison guards: Telford Unit’s overt assault and...

The incidents described in this piece give context to the historical and contemporary art of abuse, inflicted on prisoners from the torturous isolation chambers of the Eastern State Penitentiary during the 1820s to the 1971 Attica rebellion and beyond. The documentation of the past and present grieved events of prison-controlled torture blaze a paper trail that shows abuse by guards is a lot deeper than being inadvertent or isolated events.

SF Mime Troupe’s 2017 production ‘Walls’ decries immigrant criminalization

What makes San Francisco Mime Troupe the award-winning theatre it is is its amazing work, which is always topical and timely. Its current production, July 1-Sept. 10, “Walls” is no different. Playwright and SF Mime veteran Michael Gene Sullivan’s new work looks at federal immigration policy from George W. Bush and William Jefferson Clinton to Barack Obama and Donald Trump. The quartet has much in common, each president responsible for policies which criminalize its immigrant population.

Family blamed for Aiyana Jones’ killing by police; police, prosecutor stonewall...

The City of Detroit, its police department and Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy’s office are apparently conspiring to stonewall a civil lawsuit against Detroit police officer Joseph Weekley. The officer shot 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones to death ...

Federal class action against City of Antioch documents police targeting of...

ACLU finds the City of Antioch and its police department are engaged in a concerted campaign of intimidation, harassment and discrimination against African Americans who receive federally funded Section 8 housing rent assistance.