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Saturday, September 18, 2021
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Big Pharma

The experience of the COVID-19 global pandemic has brought grueling challenges of anxiety, fear, pain, suffering and grief. It has also presented the necessity for accessibility equity across the nations in unity to honor the human right to affordable, high quality health care to prevent future pain of a crushing pandemic such as we are experiencing worldwide.

Unhoused San Franciscans need access to water!

San Francisco falls critically short of safe drinking water accessibility for homeless people, which according to the 2019 Point in Time Count, there would need to be an additional 36 permanent water points in District 6 alone to meet the international minimum standard for water access established by the United Nations, made even more critical during a pandemic.

Never out in the sun: City fights order that SF County...

As the penal systems continues to use all efforts to maintain its power over Black, Brown and poor people, weaponizing all available opportunities like the COVID-19 pandemic, civil rights attorney Yolanda Huang exposes the audacity of the San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department and the City and County of San Francisco to appeal a magistrate judge’s order to provide fresh air and sunlight to prisoners.

Universal health care: California tries again

In the legislative dead air between the failed SB 562 in 2017 and the introduction of AB 1400 in 2021, there has been no healthcare legislation out of Sacramento. Barry Hermanson describes the David and Goliath aspects of the magnitude of the fight against the big pharma capitalist grip on our healthcare system and what is necessary to humanely provide healthcare for each and every person in California.

Attica Solidarity Statement from the San Quentin Six

We have just finished commemorating the 40th anniversary of the assassination of our beloved Comrade George Jackson. Not forgotten by us was the horrific massacre perpetrated by the state of New York at Attica. At the time, we were in the adjustment center at San Quentin mourning our loss and recovering from the brutality inflicted upon us in the aftermath of the Aug. 21 incident when the state murdered our comrade.