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  1. Who is killing indigenous people in Beni, DR Congo?
  2. HUD policies threaten poor, elderly and disabled tenants with eviction
  3. Oakland: Standing room only at Uber local business outreach event
  4. Colin Kaepernick won’t stand up for slavery
  5. Two chairs for rent at Gemini Hair Salon, 1045 Fillmore St., San Francisco
  6. We salute Colin Kaepernick
  7. Sept. 9: Strike against prison slavery, strike against white supremacy
  8. Un-arm the paid killers and child molesters: The people call for a national Moratoriu
  9. Unworthy victims: Houthis and Hutus
  10. Are Black folks getting what they need from Hillary?
  11. Celebrating a major milestone: Mary Lee Wilson’s 100th birthday
  12. More on the psyche of a sexually abused child
  13. 20 year anniversary of the invasion of the Congo: wit’ Claude Gatebuke
  14. Free Speech Society emergency bulletin
  15. Author Sista Souljah speaks on “The Coldest Winter Ever” and “Midnight” book series
  16. The decline of western civilization: w/ international journalist Gerald Perriera
  17. Katrina Pain Index 2016: Race and class gap widening
  18. In ‘Southside with You,’ we meet Michelle and Barack on their first date
  19. Huey P. Newton’s brother Melvin speaks on their Panther histories
  20. Rapper Beeda Weeda talks “Revolution” remix w/ M1, Killa Mike, and Jay Rock
  21. Black August, a story of African freedom fighters
  22. Coco Peila’s music has a scorching new sound
  23. “Blood in My Eye” 45 years later wit’ David Johnson of the San Quentin 6
  24. Brides of Funkenstein and Parliament Funkadelic member Dawn Silva talks about the 70’
  25. Author Nalo Hopkinson discusses her creative process and the imagination
  26. SNCC Legacy Project endorses the Movement for Black Lives Policy Platform
  27. Cuban poet Nancy Marejon Speaks on Black Culture on the island
  28. Booker T. Washington’s work in the African world
  29. Applications available for new 98-unit Willie B. Kennedy Senior Housing Aug. 19 throu
  30. West Oakland rapper J. Stalin speaks on his career
  31. Tajai of Hiero speaks on Hiero Day ’16 roster, Golden Era shoes, and raising an MC da
  32. The Justice Department is going to stop using private prisons
  33. My first Black August
  34. Dinner and a movie at Hamilton Rec Center 8/19, 9/16, 10/21
  35. Want to stop the violence? Get involved – really involved
  36. Fake ‘Day of Rage’: COINTELPRO action, not ‘Anonymous’ video
  37. The Ward brand
  38. The boxing mind of welterweight Bilal Mahasin
  39. The Haitian Revolution and the origin of the Dominican Republic
  40. Treasure Island whistleblower Mitchell Herrington faces immediate retaliation from po
  41. Beacon of Light: Raquel Miller shines with a unanimous win in the first female boxing
  42. African herbalist teaches the ancient art of herbal healing
  43. OPD falsely accuses East Oaklander of shooting at police
  44. Shujaa Graham speaks on the late George Jackson and Hugo Pinell
  45. The Olympics in Brazil: Author of “Dancing With the Devil in the City of God”
  46. Leader of the Black Riders speaks on police terrorism after Dallas
  47. Pre-applications accepted 9/19-9/30 for affordable YWCA Apartments for seniors in SF
  48. The Rap Dreams 10th anniversary showing at New Parkway featuring Mistah F.A.B.
  49. Free political prisoners Chip Fitzgerald and Ruchell Magee!
  50. Lucasville Rebellion survivor talks about upcoming Sept. 9th Nat’l Prison Strike
  51. Police run feel-good PR campaign while criminalizing Black August
  52. Big Man: Reflections of my life experiences, today’s conditions
  53. Elder abuse in San Francisco: Owner goes to court to evict 100-year-old Iris Canada
  54. Green Party ticket: Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka
  55. Affordable studios for seniors at Stevenson House in Palo Alto – apply Aug. 8-12
  56. Gelhaus gets a promotion after getting away with the murder of Andy Lopez
  57. CBS Radio seeks Reporter and Account Executive
  58. Marcus Books is coming back to San Francisco
  59. Talkin’ with author Devyn Benson about ‘Antiracism in Cuba: The Unfinished Revolution
  60. Welcome to The African Outlet
  61. Summertime doesn’t have to be boring
  62. Rebuilt Bayview Opera House opens to community concerns
  63. Sistah Fa speaks on OPD’s recent use of robot and trumped up charges against her son,
  64. 50 years since the 1966 Hunters Point Uprising and ‘Black Lives [Still Don’t] Matter’
  65. Wanda’s Picks for August 2016
  66. WNBA teams show what Black Lives Matter solidarity looks like
  67. Black woman prisoner in Alabama fights for voting rights: Transformation v. modificat
  68. Haitians at DNC: Where is Haiti’s $6 billion?
  69. Black August 2016
  70. Black August Memorial: an interview with Kasim Gero, Patuxent Prison
  71. Master builder Anthony Ratcliff mourned
  72. Learn how to prevent a painful sickle cell disease crisis during the summer
  73. Habitat Terrace, 17 three-bedroom affordable homes in SF’s Ocean View – apply by 9/8
  74. Rwanda, the Clinton dynasty and the case of Dr. Léopold Munyakazi
  75. The psyche of a sexually abused child: Why children may protect the cops who abuse th
  76. Members of the Frisco 5 officially reject the San Francisco Human Rights Commission’s
  77. Kevin Durant is a Warrior
  78. The ‘fundamentalism’ in police operations
  79. New affordable studios for people with developmental disabilities – apply July 25-Aug
  80. Coalition that stopped new SF jail wins human rights award as jail system blasted by
  81. Treasure Island whistleblowers face immediate retaliation from power broker consortiu
  82. Indeed, Western Civilization is in a war
  83. Black teenage Brooklyn-based metal band documented in ‘Breaking a Monster’
  84. B.L.A.C.K organization: Building Leadership and Community Knowledge
  85. Do we need white revolutionaries to rise up?
  86. Thanks, Mama Harriet!
  87. San Francisco Civil Grand Jury and Blue Ribbon Panel rip SFPD for racial bias
  88. FBI gives green light to crack down on Black Lives Matter protesters – BLM statement
  89. Free six-week program exploring construction careers for Alameda County high school s
  90. Jalil Muntaqim: The 13th Amendment – prison slavery and mass incarceration
  91. Oakland displaced housing activist Paula Beal speaks
  92. What will Bernie delegates do in Philadelphia?
  93. Thousands make deposits in Black-owned banks as a way to protest recent police shooti
  94. Judge refuses to halt force feeding of inmate in solitary confinement protest
  95. R.O.B.I.N Hood project: Bringing dental hygiene to your doorstep
  96. DLabrie: The future of the Bay
  97. Whites face race: Let’s talk and act
  98. Wanda’s Picks for July 2016
  99. Michelle Alexander: Something more is required of us now. What?
  100. United States Postal Services (USPS) is Hiring
  101. Longtime ILWU Local 10 President Cleophas Williams mourned
  102. Cynthia McKinney speaks on Sterling, Castile, Dallas, Hillary, Trump, Brexit
  103. Ethiopians protest in Israel, call for end to state racism and police violence
  104. Professor Griff of Public Enemy speaks on Micah Johnson and the media
  105. Beyond Bernie: Socialist Alternative endorses Jill Stein
  106. Maroon sues DOC and wins! Settlement reached in Shoatz v. Wetzel
  107. Working as intended in Dallas and beyond: The inextricably wound threads of White Nat
  108. Paid internship opportunities in Oakland for formerly incarcerated people – Applicati
  109. The PS Imberakuri Party strongly denounces Kigali high court’s ruling in the case of
  110. 3 days away: Eviction fighter Iris Canada marches toward her 100th birthday
  111. Was Dallas reality or psy-op?
  112. Celebrate Eugene E. White Day in San Francisco July 10!
  113. ‘You shot four bullets into him, sir’: Girlfriend livestreams Philando Castile’s deat
  114. Muhammad Ali visits kids at San Francisco Juvenile Hall
  115. Oscar Grant’s Uncle Bobby speaks on Alton Sterling, Phil Castile, Obama, Dallas and O
  116. Marching on the DNC, an interview with Cheri Honkala
  117. New video shows Alton Sterling wasn’t holding a gun when he was killed by police
  118. Jesse Williams: ‘a system built to divide and impoverish and destroy us cannot stand
  119. Sundiata Acoli: Ride and denied
  120. Announcement of nationally coordinated prisoner work stoppage for Sept. 9, 2016
  121. In loving memory of Mike Brown
  122. LA’s Black Leimert Park Village Book Fair celebrates its 10th year
  123. Buffalo Soldiers honored in the Presidio
  124. White House officials and local leaders attend debate, organized by prisoner, between
  125. Passing of Capt. Josh Williams, founder of the ILWU Local 10 Drill Team
  126. Black Lives Matter leader Jasmine Abdullah Richards, jailed for ‘felony lynching,’ fi
  127. Alchemy by Alta affordable rentals at 200 Buchanan St., SF – apply by July 29
  128. John William Templeton finds African American history in places like Yosemite, Nob Hi
  129. The Black August Slave Rebellion: Every slave has a right to rebel
  130. More on the Bay Area police sex scandal from civil rights attorney Adante Pointer
  131. Writer Malcolm Shabazz Hoover releases his literary debut, ‘144 Poems for God, Love,
  132. Mayfield Place in Palo Alto is accepting applications for 70 affordable apartments un
  133. Dr. Davis’ dream comes true: Grand opening of the George W. Davis Senior Center
  134. Governor’s new budget supports more incarceration
  135. Dr. Raymond Tompkins: How and why does pollution poison Bayview Hunters Point? Conclu
  136. Mayan resistance to police terror
  137. Brexit
  138. Hugo Pinell, aka Dahariki Kambon: Decades of assassination attempts against the man m
  139. 99 seasons: A vigil for eviction fighter Iris Canada
  140. Afeni Shakur, 1947-2016
  141. Verlie Mae Pickens: Celebrating my 100th birthday!
  142. Oakland City Council votes to ban coal exports
  143. Suicide crisis in California women’s prison: Advocates demand justice for Erika Rocha
  144. Obama’s AFRICOM nominee would expand terror war, seek authority to assassinate
  145. SF Bay View banned inside Indiana prisons: Do Black Lives Matter behind the walls?
  146. Beat maker Maki releases ‘Kilo Hero’
  147. Attorney Adante Pointer speaks on Bay Area police underage sex scandal
  148. First Lady of the Mob: Remembering The Jacka
  149. Illinois prisoners boycott overpriced phone calls, commissary and vending machines
  150. Human rights watchdog IACHR opens case against violations caused by Chalillo Dam in B
  151. Babies on the blade: ‘Diamond’ speaks out on police and young prostitutes
  152. Oakland City Council President Lynette McElhaney weighs in on OPD sex scandal
  153. City Council President McElhaney speaks on West Oakland conflict between developer an
  154. Bernie Sanders: Here’s what we want
  155. Chican@ Prisoners Day
  156. Wisconsin DOC is force feeding prisoners who are on hunger strike to end solitary con
  157. Yog been through hell and was not burnt
  158. Prison rules must abide by human rights standards
  159. ‘Between Me and the World,’ M1’s new album
  160. Wisconsin prisoner hunger strike enters second week, spreads to multiple facilities –
  161. Hunger strike at Wisconsin’s Waupun state prison against conditions of a ‘living hell
  162. Clinton e-mail on Libyan conquest: We came, we saw, we got oil
  163. Oakland City Council President Lynette McElhaney speaks on OPD pedophile case
  164. Black Power, Black Lives and Pan-Africanism Conference underway now in Jackson, Missi
  165. Oakland’s Prosperity Movement fights gentrification by supporting local culture
  166. Explosive Trinidadian film ‘Trafficked’ screens Sunday at SF Black Film Fest
  167. Support free and fair elections in Haiti; stop the attacks on Fanmi Lavalas
  168. Jalal ‘Lightnin Rod’ Nuraddin of The Last Poets Speaks on ‘Hustlers Convention,’ scre
  169. ‘Codigo Color’ at SF Black Film Fest: Cuban doc explores colorism and cultural ignora
  170. Eight new affordable homes for sale in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley – applications du
  171. Frisco 5’s Sellassie interviews Bobby Seale publicly on Friday
  172. Jeff Adachi’s ‘America Needs a Racial Facial’ screens Saturday, June 18, as San Franc
  173. Parliament Funkadelic documentary screens at SF Black Film Fest this Sunday – SFBFF k
  174. Lawsuit: White Boys ‘Dragged’ Black Girl by Rope Around Her Neck
  175. ‘The BlackBoard’: Skater film examines Black identity at San Francisco Black Film Fes
  176. San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin re-proposes toxic ‘special sauce’ for Treasure
  177. How California is being stolen from Sanders right now
  178. Nou pap obeyi! Defying the international voter fix and forging unity and solidarity w
  179. The 2nd annual Wine Festival kickoff is this weekend
  180. From fires to foreclosures: BlackArthur (MacArthur Blvd) displacement crisis
  181. Musical ax wielders: From Prince to Martin Luther McCoy
  182. Mother of civil rights attorney John Burris has passed, funeral June 10
  183. 26 affordable housing units at Hunters View Phase 2A – Apply by July 5
  184. Applications available June 8 for The Openhouse Community at 55 Laguna, San Francisco
  185. Los Angeles activist Wil B is convicted of protesting police terror
  186. Palestine – the most compelling reason we need a Sanders victory and a Clinton defeat
  187. AC Transit Bus Operator- Training Provided
  188. ‘I just wanted to be free’: The radical reverberations of Muhammad Ali
  189. ‘The Black Woman Is God’ art exhibition is back!
  190. Philadelphia refuses to permit poor peoples’ march at Democratic convention
  191. The 20th Anniversary of Life Party for Tupac Shakur: also remembering Afeni Shakur
  192. Bayview resident the youngest to receive Peacemaker Award
  193. ‘Lambadina’ opens the SF Black Film Fest
  194. Frisco 5 Hunger Striker Equipto speaks on Jessica Williams-Nelson’s murder by SFPD an
  195. Black Panthers and Diaspora Palestinians illuminate shared struggle on Nakba day
  196. I am fighting for women in Texas prisons
  197. Long live Jessica Williams-Nelson
  198. SF State class of 2016 commencement speaker Richard Polote Jr. earned degree in Afric
  199. Racism reigns at James Rolph Park, San Francisco
  200. Parole threatened for organizing and writing for Bay View
  201. Waitlist opening May 31 for 100 affordable Ocean View Senior Apartments in Pacifica
  202. World music hip hop musician Sia Love drops a masterpiece, ‘For the Record’
  203. Incarceration, justice and the planet
  204. Voting, the final fig-leaf
  205. Prisoner Human Rights Movement Blue Print
  206. African American clergy defend their communities
  207. Drug discount helping African Americans is at risk
  208. ‘A Small Temporary Inconvenience,’ a feature film about Black, disabled civil rights
  209. You can stand
  210. Who’s behind unpaid prison labor in Texas?
  211. Albert Woodfox speaks on being a political prisoner
  212. Honoring the life of Jessica Williams – march & vigil tonight at 6:30
  213. PHSS Committee to End Sleep Deprivation asks for letters about the ‘security/welfare
  214. OUSD recognizes Boost! West Oakland for phenomenal youth work
  215. George Jackson University – a statement from its founder
  216. Federal sentence enhancements keep Black low-level drug offenders in prison for life
  217. Rwanda blocks legal counsel to political prisoner Victoire Ingabire with Kafkaesque b
  218. Coordinated offensive on STG kickouts
  219. The 3rd annual Sacramento Black Book Fair is June 3-5
  220. Terrible Tier II: We are fighting for our lives
  221. The 7th annual Fist Up Film Festival wraps up this week
  222. Police chief forced to resign in victory for Frisco 500
  223. Amend 13!
  224. TKO! Raquel ‘Pretty Beast’ Miller deflates Sara ‘Mac Tire’ Flores in an outstanding p
  225. It’s personal: Bubba, your cover’s blown
  226. Remembering Yogi
  227. Bay View Voters Guide: Cali can make Bernie president if we vote our hopes, not our f
  228. Hip Hop for Change organizes the Environmental Equity Summit for May 21
  229. I’m a young Black woman in Oakland, single mom and student – and a Bernie Sanders del
  230. Haiti’s Election Verification Commission a step in the right direction
  231. Will Skywalker build memorabilia museum on Treasure Island Death Star?
  232. Come to the Afrikatown Anti-Eviction Block Party on May 28
  233. ‘Concerning Violence’ screening at Qilombo Friday
  234. Wanda’s Picks for May-June 2016
  235. Uganda: Besigye and Museveni, a tale of two presidents
  236. Oji and the Ascension Team rise to the occasion
  237. Do the Black lives on our planet really need another Clinton administration?
  238. Hunger striker Hassani Bell speaks on the end of the Ethnic Studies hunger strike and
  239. Prison labor strike in Alabama: ‘We will no longer contribute to our own oppression’
  240. Richmond Councilmember Jovanka Beckles: What really matters is improving the lives of
  241. Four journalists covering Frisco 500 City Hall occupation file brutality complaint ag
  242. As attorney John Burris reveals SFPD sergeant transferred to Bayview to ‘kill niggers
  243. Prince Amir speaks on his comrade, Young Malcolm
  244. #Frisco500 shut down City Hall to stop police murders
  245. Against all odds: Teens advocate in the rain for disability rights & to redefine ‘bea
  246. #Frisco5 end hunger strike so they can join #Frisco500 in the struggle, call for gene
  247. Uganda’s Museveni orders arrests, house arrests and media bans before inauguration
  248. SF State hunger striker Hassani Bell speaks on cuts to Ethnic Studies and aims of the
  249. Frisco 500 occupy City Hall to demand Mayor Lee fire Chief Suhr
  250. Frisco 5 hunger strikers march to City Hall with hundreds of supporters, mayor a no s