San Francisco Office of Racial Equity created by unanimous vote
“Race and the deep structural and institutional racism so deeply rooted in this stolen Ramaytush Ohlone land remain as salient as ever.”
‘Unalienable Rights,’ an animated film on Philly’s ‘78 attack on MOVE
“Unalienable Rights” by filmmaker Froi Cuesta tells the story of the 1978 MOVE confrontation with the Philly police and all of the local politics surrounding it.
Master Photographer David Johnson returns to his roots
Johnson is an important chronicler of African American life in San Francisco during the mid-20th century.
Prisoners, mass incarceration and freedom
Now that we’re supposedly free, Blacks have become the majority of the U.S. prison population. And that is because the free labor of Black slaves built this country into a profitable, prosperous enterprise for whites who are trying to keep it that way.