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The coming Mehserle sentencing: Redrawing the line on ‘outside agitators’

With the upcoming sentencing of Johannes Mehserle on Nov. 5, the rebellions of January 2009 that brought about his arrest could very well be set off once more. And once again we expect to hear the mantra blaming "outside agitators."

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2020 political candidates being challenged to spend 12% of their campaign...

For decades, the Black community in America has overwhelmingly given its support to candidates who have made promise to support Black causes, yet there is virtually no tangible way to measure if such support is being granted.

Treasure Island Superfund denial based on misinformation

Treasure Island got the highest or near highest scores for risk of exposure to residents, the human food chain and the environment. But California opposed its designation as a Superfund site. “By failing to make the National Priority List, cleaning up Treasure Island never became a national priority.”

Robert Earl Council enters 11th day of hunger strike to protest...

The Alabama Department of Corrections is once again targeting and repressing incarcerated hunger striker Robert Earl Council (aka Kinetik Justice) for exposing the inhumane conditions at Limestone Correctional Facility.

Jonestown: Reflection, healing, history

Join us Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, for a candlelight vigil and open mic to honor our Jonestown ancestors and the Black community still surviving in SF working endlessly to strengthen their lives, families, businesses and neighborhoods.

Sacred condolences … and congratulations!

CONGRATS to Toriano Gordon on opening the new VEGAN MOB restaurant, in Oakland on Lake...