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Father fights San Francisco CPS and kangeroo court system

While Bartholomew was incarcerated, he was deprived of his right to be present at his CPS hearings. During his incarceration, Bartholomew reports that a parent educator from Child Haven sent out a letter to Mark Wasacz that Bartholomew had written; in the letter, Bartholomew stated that he wished to be present at his court hearings and that he did not want to give up his parental rights. He never received a response from Wasacz.

Job ends for disgraced social worker: Contra Costa County fails to...

Khlood cannot imagine life without her son, cannot accept losing this child forever and knows her son is hurting even more. Imagine being a boy who is loved like no boy has ever been loved before and then suddenly losing that love forever. Nothing can ever replace a mother’s love. If this child is not allowed to reunite with his mother, he will always be empty inside. The 1997 creation of incentivized adoption, which severely limited the amount of time parents have to reunify with children, has been the biggest desecration to the American family since slavery.

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It’s not ‘try to get justice’ no more; we WILL get...

When my feet first touched down in the streets of Ferguson, I felt connected suddenly, because I felt the pain of the people out there. I felt what was going on with them, and I did not want to leave.

The Tuzuri Watu mural at Third and Palou is being restored

The Tuzuri Watu mural at Third and Palou is being restored!

‘Toni Morrison: Pieces That I Am’

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

Release my dad, Kevin Epps, on bail

We need your help as a community to seek justice. Not only justice for my dad, but for the community and to beat this unjust system.

Thoughts on ‘Democracy Denied’

During outside recreation, as we all were locked in individual dog cages that are side by side, I initiated a conversation into what we read in “Democracy Denied.”