Asian-American activists join labor to end wage theft, one of SF's many progressive campaigns

San Francisco Remains Progressive

Posted October 21, 2014 by

I knew after the Bay Guardian closed and Ted Gullicksen died on the same day that some would draw wildly inaccurate conclusions. We soon saw this in  Heather Knight’s front-page October 19 Chronicle story using the two events  to conclude
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City College of San Francisco Trial Approaches

Posted October 21, 2014 by Seth Sandronsky

Take the state law on fair competition. Add the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges‘ actions to shut down City College of San Francisco (CCSF). What will these ingredients amount to in a court of law? That will be
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ACCE and tenant activists protest Lainez family eviction

Lainez Family Stops 4th Ellis Eviction

Posted October 21, 2014 by

In another tenant victory over an Ellis Act eviction, Sergio Lainez, wife Magaly Silva and their three children have stopped their fourth Ellis eviction lawsuit at 2832 24th Street. Sergio Lainez has lived in the Inner Mission building since 1992.
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Yes on Soda Tax for Kids’ Cooking Classes

Posted October 20, 2014 by Katie Olender

“This is the best salad I’ve ever eaten in my entire life!” exclaimed an excited five year old in the teaching kitchen. Out of pure happiness, I couldn’t help but shoot a smile to another one of the teachers (we
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Registered nurse Briana Aguirre spoke out on Ebola

Nurse Briana Aquirre’s Courage on Ebola

Posted October 20, 2014 by Suzanne Gordon

On Friday October 17, The New York Times ran a story entitled “Controls Poor at Hospital, Nurse Says.”  It featured comments by a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, the hospital that is now ground zero of concern
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