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San Francisco court’s racist denial of the constitutional right to a...

Constitutional Sixth Amendment violations against Black and Brown San Franciscans shed a damning light on SF court’s colonialist race and class oppression.

Sam: Samuel-Ace Ieremia Johnson – Forever in our hearts

Samuel-Ace Ieremia Johnson’s journey home is carried in celebration of the love he had for life.

Wanda’s Picks for October 2021

With eye and heart on fine tuning the soul and its reality, Wanda Sabir explores the layers of humanity’s offerings.

Daphne Young’s eye on education: ‘What’s going on?’

Daphne Young is shining bright in her new column with current information to keep parents, students and community educated.

Black joy, healing and art in the park: SF’s Presidio opens...

The parks offered options for relief during the onslaught of the pandemic, and now the creations culminating from these adventures into the unknown.

Oakland Pride is back in person, Folsom Street Fair presents Megahood...

Celebrating sexual liberation for all with Pride festivals, fairs and clubs all over the Bay!

Beacons of hope: Humboldt State’s Project Rebound builds a prison-to-college pipeline

Project Rebound at HSU breathes life support into possibilities for life successes to people returning from incarceration and at-risk youth.

Writing While Black: Fall 2021

Writing While Black in Fall 2021 brings advantages with both more in-person and still-plentiful online conventions, and spiced with a scandal that’s inspiring changes and ended well too. 

From depression to development: The story of West Oakland marketing guru...

Benny Blessed shares his powerful perspective on trust and love for humanity, the Creator and manifesting dreams.

Wanda’s Picks August 2021: Interview with Pamela Price

Wanda Sabir’s interview with Pamela Price, Esq., running again for County of Alameda District Attorney, is a deep dive into aspirations that strengthen the DA progressive movement to unseat injustice in our justice system.

The community celebrates Terry Collins, long time warrior for the people

Shared by Arlene Eisen is a wedding of love loving love in the memorial celebration of the powerful and expansive life of Terry Collins, a true human being who stood and lived for the people, now joining the Ancestors.

Samoan Dual Language Pre-K Program launched in the Bayview!

The Samoan Dual Language Learner Pre-K at Leola Havard Early Education School helps to restore the right and elements of wholeness and empowerment for children of Samoan heritage in the Bayview Hunters Point community.

SFUSD Board approves short-term budget for 2021-22

Back to school in San Francisco, in-person learning and funding to support and stabilize all students returning in the ongoing climate of pandemic-related challenges.

Struggling for multicultural unity in Bayview Hunters Point

Love and care for each other proves once again to bring unity and well-being in place of fear and division.

Is the glass half full or half empty?

Positive Directions Equals Change explores the issues around substance addiction and changes like committed funding and humanity-based vision towards alternative equity-based solutions to serve the underserved in the African American community.

Curtis Family C-notes hits big stage!

With ongoing love transfusions for humanity the Curtis Family C-notes brings their unifying musical activism to feed the soul, and from Day One of the pandemic, accompanied by food for the body from Mother Brown’s.

SFUSD lost touch with 8,800 students during the pandemic

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.

From poverty tows to Palestine: The violence of settler colonial evictions...

In crimes against humanity, politriksters and crapitalism execute evictions, sweeps, removals and disposals in the project of gentrification that are violent, traumatic and deadly on the increasing number of houseless people.

California’s historic Hunger Strikers’ Jan. 14 letter to Gov. Newsom’s legal...

The four Prisoner Hunger Strike Movement representatives won their case against CDCR’s torturous solitary confinement only to have it replaced with Level 4 enhanced SHU and refusal of approved tablets during the pandemic.

Wanda’s Picks for May 2021

Wanda Sabir’s invitation to feel the perpetual shift and change of the world and it’s people’s stories opens portals for exploration and discovery.
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