Will Backlash Return London Breed to Room 200?

Posted January 30, 2018 by

A Candidate for Change? After London Breed’s ouster as Acting Mayor, social and traditional media were busy creating a new narrative: namely, that voter backlash against Breed’s replacement by a “rich white man” could carry her to victory. But before
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To the Editor…

Posted January 25, 2018 by

Subject: SF’s Twisted Racial Politics Nice article on the machinations behind the choosing of an interim mayor. Having lived in San Francisco the last 27 years, I was very disappointed to hear and read Ronen’s words. Her tone and content
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SF’s Twisted Racial Politics

Posted January 25, 2018 by

The same rich white men that steered the policies that have created the mess we are in today are the same people who are firmly behind the candidacy of London Breed. —-Supervisor Hillary Ronen The Board of Supervisors has spoken:
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“Memories Of Underdevelopment”—Review

Posted January 25, 2018 by

The Bay Area theatrical premiere of Tomas Gutierrez Alea’s classic of Cuban cinema “Memories of Underdevelopment” makes a very opportune arrival.  Admittedly, in the fifty years since Alea’s film was completed in 1968, various Bay Area venues have screened the
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The Politics of Kicking the DACA Can Down the Road

Posted January 25, 2018 by Angelo Falcón

The Democrats’ compromise to support the Continuing Resolution to end the government shutdown in exchange for a tenuous Mitch McConnell commitment to a February 8th DACA vote has been sharply criticized by immigrant rights advocates as yet another instance of
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To the Editor…

Posted January 23, 2018 by

Subject: Why a Successful Union Organizer Thinks Traditional Organizing Is a Lost Cause You ought to take a look at the down side to top down “union organizing.” What kind of an organization does it lead to: democratic, autocratic, oligarchic?
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