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A State of Emergency … for people sleeping outside
Elected ‘officials’ failures result in not “The Homeless Problem,” but instead, “The Politricksters Problem.” VOTE
Looking at the catastrophic psychological effects of the pandemic in the...
Therapist Tia Barnes speaks of the importance and possibilities of nurturing mental health for ourselves and our families during the ongoing COVID pandemic.
Trials highlight racism – Black Lives Matter!
‘White supremacy and racism are not secondary issues in a society split by deepening class divisions’ and are quantifiable as acts of Genocide.
Jalil Muntaqim: Why it’s time for the International Tribunal
The International Tribunal will hear testimony on U.S. crimes against Black, Brown and Indigenous people to which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once referred stating the United States is the greatest purveyor of violence on the planet.
White supremacy in San Francisco
Gloria Berry’s account of Shahid Buttar’s civic lynching highlights just how disconnected we are from our humanity, deftly designed by colonizer capitalism to keep the people in turmoil and status quo firmly planted.
Living within a lie
Countering the lying propaganda Americans have been fed about the U.S. not being a racist country, critical race theory could be an opportunity to learn the truth about American racism and inspire to make the changes necessary.
Liberate the Caged Voices
This second part of Editor Nube Brown’s interview with Jalil Muntaqim reveals the many ways genocide is utilized by our government and uplifts building the unified movement to end it.
Black workers lead union movement at Amazon
Again, the People rise to defend their humanity. Alabama continues to be the epicenter of the relentless drive of a collective energy and voice to reclaim the People’s rights as reality – the spotlight presently shining on the fight for workers’ right to unionize at the behemoth Amazon, and beyond.
Black Workers Matter! Nationwide protests supporting Amazon workers in Alabama from...
The People rise against Goliath! Support Alabama Amazon Workers join in a united front across the country in protest on March 20, 2021, as a critical part of the struggle against racism and white supremacy, and to claim their right to unionize.
The FBI will not save us from white supremacy
Jeremy Miller succinctly describes the seemingly benign invitation from the FBI to help them keep us safe from scary events like the recent white supremacist insurrection at the People’s House as being somewhat akin to the fox asking the chickens to help with the slaughter. As Jalil Muntaqim said, “We Are Our Own Liberators.”
Liberate the Caged Voices
No one is coming to save us or our loved ones. Soon we move from the terror and inequities of 2020 into undeniably more of the same in 2021, and we are reminded that change is upon us, and up to us to drive our unstoppable force of We the People to use the truth we hold in our gut to join our incarcerated brothers and sisters to end the oppression of control and modern day slavery.
Low-key race war
The birth of our nation is still bleeding, hemorrhaging actually, and we don’t know if the sirens we hear in the distance are those of the KKKops to apply the knee or a bullet, or an ambulance with a tourniquet and new blood.
The master’s greatest fear: Unity and community equals real change
Rope, bullet or knee. Rand Gould gives us a clear and present opportunity to digest the story, the players and the possibilities, to take charge, to identify and build our communities to join the movement and feel the strength of unity to actualize the change we demand.
Black Votes Matter!
SF Bay View Editor, Mary Ratcliff, guides new Assistant and Managing Editors, Malik Washington and Nube Brown, and they have hit the ground running. Malik and Nube highlight the power and urgency of our vote, our Black vote, and their combined commitment to activate uplift, voice and change for people harmed by oppression.
Soledad’s Black prisoners brutalized in 3 a.m. raid report guards warned,...
A group of Black Soledad prisoners document and denounce the violent and racist attacks by white guards against them and issue various calls to action!
Oakland youth lead 15,000 marching for George Floyd
Oakland – On Monday, young people from across the East Bay led a peaceful march to show solidarity with George Floyd’s family and the Black community at large, which falls victim to the systemic racism and barbarity of America’s police forces.
Black doctor: ‘I’m COVID-19 positive’
“I’m COVID-19 positive. I’m doing well. I’m isolated in my house. I will be out of commission for two to three weeks. I have cared for several COVID-19 patients. One was not recognized initially and this may have been the one that the infection came from. Can’t wait to get back in the fight.”
Mass murder, white supremacy and anti-miscegenation
We have a white supremacy and mass murder problem in the United States. These shooters hang out in the same 8Chan forums that promote racism, anti-miscegenation, anti-Semitism and xenophobia.
Introducing the Free South Carolina Movement
The Free South Carolina Movement is a collective of political prisoners, politicized and political prisoners of war, organized with friends, family, loved ones and supporters with a common cause, aims and objectives, i.e. self-determining education, adequate healthcare suitable for poor and oppressed peoples, bringing families closer together, true freedom, transforming the present genocidal sentencing structure, bringing awareness to the public and the youth, putting an end to the pipeline from preschool to prison and the systematic extermination of Black and Brown peoples.
A celebration of the Justice for Oscar Grant protesters
Jan. 1, 2019, marks 10 years since the murder of Oscar Grant by BART police officer Johannes Mehserle. In the lead up to this grim anniversary, a number of articles, multimedia pieces, radio programs and television news segments have been produced to commemorate the occasion. Especially moving are those that give voice to Oscar’s family and friends. But it’s rare to see significant tribute paid to the fact that were it not for the vigor and relentlessness of protesters and activists, Oscar Grant would have received little to no justice.