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Sam Jordan’s Way celebrates the first major Black mayoral candidate in...

A grand sunny day dawned in San Francisco’s Hunters Point Bayvew District for the naming of “Sam Jordan Way,” formerly Galvez Avenue between Phelps and Third Street. Over 150 people gathered for the celebration on Aug. 18. It is fitting that his two sons, Allen and Sam Jr., and baby girl Ruth with other family members were on hand. They pointed out that their father was the first African American to make a serious run for mayor and now we have a Black woman, Mayor London Breed.

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Presence, Prayer and Procession of the Housed for the Unhoused Friday

Stop counting us, taking our pictures, using our bodies and struggles as your campaign slogans, our lives as your grant models and research projects and instead stand up, show up, act up and be counted yourselves, stating clearly that until there is housing or liberated indigenous land or redistributed resources like the new Bank of Community Reparations, which is being launched for unhoused, displaced communities and people, you don’t want your unhoused neighbors “swept,” removed, arrested and stolen from.

Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Sen. Bernie Sanders introduce Inclusive Prosperity Act...

Congresswoman Barbara Lee speaks as she and Sen. Bernie Sanders introduce the Inclusive Prosperity Act to...

Gritty City Youth Theatre presents Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’ May...

Tomorrow Page’s Katherine teaches her women peers a lesson or two about obedience to their masters...

Jeff Adachi receives national racial justice award: ‘He transformed our country’

by Katy St. Clair Miami, Florida – San Francisco Public...

Certain Days Political Prisoners Calendar call out for art and articles...

The Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar collective seeks 12 works of art and 12 articles for its 2020 calendar with the theme "Knitting Together the Struggles." Please forward to prison-based artists and writers.