To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted February 24, 2017 by

Subject: Turning 2017 Protests Into 2018 Election Wins Republicans have won more political power in 2016 than in any election since at least 1928.  Republicans now have a firm grip on the presidency, Congress, and soon the Supreme Court.  Republicans
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Texas Congressmember Joaquin Castro Considering 2018 Senate Race

Turning 2017 Protests Into 2018 Election Wins

Posted February 23, 2017 by

Democrats Need Charismatic, Populist Candidates in 2018 Grassroots activism against Donald Trump’s agenda has exceeded all expectations. Protests, marches and rallies have reduced Trump’s popularity to historically low levels, and propelled a media frame of an administration in disarray. The
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Prop 57 Alliance Celebrates Success, Looks to Future

Posted February 23, 2017 by Maureen Washburn

// On February 1st and 2nd, representatives from dozens of youth justice organizations from across the state gathered for the annual meeting of the California Alliance for Youth and Community Justice (CAYCJ), a coalition committed to ending the treatment of
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To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted February 22, 2017 by

Subject: A Search for the Heart of SF in “The Coptic Cross”—An interview with Author John Goins Hello I just finished reading The Coptic Cross and then found your excellent interview with John Goins. I really got a lot out
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Tribute to African American Jazz Composers

Posted February 22, 2017 by

This Saturday night, Oakland composer and keyboardist Steve McQuarry leads an accomplished group of musicians in a special Black History Month tribute to African American jazz composers at the California Jazz Conservatory. Joining McQuarry are Destiny Muhammad (harp/vocals), Gerald Beckett
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City Delays Preceded the New 6x6 Retail Center in Mid-Market

City Delays Slowed Mid-Market’s Retail Progress

Posted February 21, 2017 by

The SF Chronicle’s always astute J.K. Dineen described on February 18 how Mid-Market housing projects took years to get approved despite strong neighborhood support (“Popular Mid-Market housing proposals wait years for OK”). But Mid-Market’s progress was also slowed by city
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