“We have to find ways to use the system to bend in their direction.”
San Francisco has taken a step forward to eliminate overdue library fines in order to make libraries citywide equitable for every patron. The Library Commission …
For the first time in 40 years, San Francisco publicly commemorated the tragic loss of life at Jonestown.
Men, hand in hand, formed a circle in the center of a yellow painted room in the Sargent Johnson Gallery.
A band of residents and activists have initiated ongoing ideas to potentially re-activate the Fillmore Heritage Center.
Past non-work-related cannabis use will no longer be a reason to discriminate against applicants in the hiring process for the city of Oakland.
Homeless people and their supporters are gathering in San Francisco’s Civic Center area Tuesday to draw attention to the disparate impact homelessness has on African Americans in celebration of Black History Month.
Members of San Francisco’s African American community Tuesday applauded the Board of Supervisors’ approval of an ordinance that alters the current below market rate lottery system.
Newly released data from the Berkeley Police Department shows significant racial disparities in who is pulled over by police.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, is calling on Americans to work for an equal America.