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  1. Fake housing crisis: From Bayview to Baltimore, public housing kept empty while thous
  2. Bay View founding publisher: I was inspired by Malcolm, Martin, Elijah and the 1966 H
  3. Calling Bay Area high school students: Apply for the 2016 MTC Summer High School Inte
  4. Jose LaCrosby, stylist to the stars, entrepreneur extraordinaire
  5. SFCTA seeks On-Call Transportation Planning Services
  6. UN committee urges US government to pay reparations for slavery
  7. Beyoncé’s Super Bowl dancers demand ‘Justice 4 Mario Woods’
  8. African Union refuses to invade Burundi
  9. Must-see movie documents God’s unchanging hand in the evolving lives of gays
  10. Looking at Mugabe’s Zimbabwe and the African Union in 2015: an interview wit’ US corr
  11. Wanda’s Picks for February 2016
  12. From mean streets to mansions: The Denise Smith story
  13. Free Rev. Pinkney!
  14. I’m the same as you – I just don’t have a roof
  15. Oakland’s DB Tha General
  16. CHOOSE1’s Three Strikes Reform Act needs 500,000 signatures by July 17 to make the No
  17. Third Street Stroll – and beyond
  18. UN panel hears wrenching testimony of abuse in Black Chicago
  19. Three prisoners bid a loving farewell to Hugo Pinell
  20. Acknowledging and encouraging our fathers ‘inside’
  21. Black worker on Bay Bridge told to wear noose
  22. SF African American Historical Society’s annual Black History Month program
  23. NAACP secures changes to California Marijuana Initiative
  24. Support the loved and loyal Bay View: Keep the voice of the people alive
  25. Bethel AME Church youth empowerment recognition
  26. The Newtons – Cam, Huey and Isaac – and why you and Cam should boycott the Super Bowl
  27. Black Chicagoans with disabilities stand solid against police terror
  28. I was one of the last ones to see our beloved Brotha Yogi alive
  29. Celebrate 40 years of life in the Black Community: The SF Bayview Anniversary Party i
  30. Can labor support both Black Lives Matter and police unions?
  31. They’re releasing us to GP, where they’d rather see us war and kill one another off
  32. Lennar, the corporation that ate San Francisco, gobbled up Hunters Point and is devou
  33. Literary organizing giant Naomi Jelks of the SF Main Library talks about what’s happe
  34. Growing up in Compton: A woman’s story
  35. In celebration of the charismatic life of Sister Espanola Jackson, a born leader and
  36. Historic settlement to end California’s indefinite solitary confinement finalized in
  37. Cultural Links to Academic and Social Success (CLASS): an interview wit’ founder Andr
  38. Burundi: Nkurunziza refuses to bow to Samantha Power’s demands
  39. New affordable rental units available at The Shipyard
  40. Affordable housing opportunity: Noble Tower Senior Apts., 1515 Lakeside Dr., Oakland
  41. US police are killing people with war-crimes ammunition
  42. Outrage against big pharma!
  43. Uganda: Upcoming elections and ongoing US influence, an interview with Milton Allimad
  44. The longest trade embargo in the history of the world
  45. Bomani Shakur (Keith LaMar), innocent on death row
  46. Boycott Michigan! Jail Snyder, cronies for Flint lead poisoning, domestic terrorism,
  47. CURB responds to CDCR’s new master plan: ‘A concerning vision of a more powerful pris
  48. Congresswoman Waters urges Secretary Kerry not to support flawed elections in Haiti
  49. ‘Annotated Tears: America’s Auschwitz’
  50. Fighting for justice: It’s a unity thing
  51. Mumia in the crosshairs: Stop efforts to murder him by medical neglect
  52. Covered California ‘Big Sunday’ connects with more than 500 African American churches
  53. Black Roots Science Classes and Conference Calls Every Saturday and Sunday!
  54. Burundi atrocities fraud exposed by France 24 Observers
  55. Mario Woods’ mother and attorney John Burris call for Department of Justice investiga
  56. Asians 4 Black Lives: #WakeUpEdLee, fire Chief Suhr and Mario Woods’ killer cops
  57. Black pastors stand with Rev. Yul Dorn on eve of MLK Day
  58. With love we salute the life of the mighty Zin
  59. Haiti still marching to overturn stolen election – new surge in mass resistance to US
  60. National Lawyers Guild calls for SFPD accountability, not tasers
  61. Open letter: 108 Bay Area attorneys call on Mayor Ed Lee for ‘truly independent inves
  62. Mumia Abu-Jamal: The genius of Huey P. Newton
  63. Midtown tenants picket Mercy Housing offices and announce rent control suit against C
  64. Jabari Scott in GP! ‘Man, it was beautiful enjoying my first cup of joe’
  65. EPA Office of Civil Rights proposes to weaken civil rights protections – hearing in O
  66. Yogi and Harold were leaders among men: Two stories of revolutionary valor
  67. Remembering Jonestown: ‘White Nights, Black Paradise’ author Sikivu Hutchinson speaks
  68. Rwanda, the enduring lies: a Project Censored interview with Professor Ed Herman
  69. SF Housing Authority seeks Fire Alarm, Exit Signs and Emergency Lighting Upgrade at 1
  70. Covered California estimates hundreds of thousands of Californians face increased tax
  71. Clean energy and community advocates cheer launch of CleanPowerSF
  72. SB277 CA “Forced Children’s Vaccination” Law Goes into effect in July ’16
  73. Black homes matter: San Francisco’s vanishing Black population
  74. Raw G brings Mexican Hip Hop and Cumbia to Cali stages
  75. Mumia’s fight for medical treatment
  76. Cornel West’s ‘The Radical King’
  77. The inauguration of Mayor Ed Lee: We have nothing to lose but our chains
  78. Mario Woods supporters prepare protest for Mayor Lee’s inauguration
  79. CBS Radio seeks Sales Coordinator
  80. CBS Radio seeks Promotion Coordinator
  81. Harlan Kelly: The SFPUC’s commitment to the Bayview Hunters Point community and South
  82. Black-Brown solidarity today: Families of Mario Woods and Alex Nieto march to demand
  83. Wanda’s Picks for January 2016
  84. Second generation Bayview pastor gets eviction notice for Christmas, no help from May
  85. Third Street Stroll – and beyond
  86. Oakland officials promote economic cleansing
  87. No justice, no peace: Black SF demands Mayor Ed Lee fire Chief Greg Suhr and killer c
  88. The passive aggressive murder of a living legend
  89. What did you get for Christmas?
  90. Burundi: Nkurunziza uplifts Burundi’s 93 percent rural poor
  91. Tension at New Folsom between Blacks and guards since assassination of Hugo Pinell
  92. David Johnson of the San Quentin 6 on his comrade Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell
  93. I should NOT have to cut my hair; it’s who I am
  94. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 13
  95. Assassination of Hugo Pinell: One guard asked another, ‘Did they get him?’
  96. Where is Kamala Harris on this Mario Woods killing?
  97. From Georgetown to Ferguson – Black Lives Matter
  98. SFPD execution of Mario Woods: Broken hearts, bloody streets
  99. Mac Mall’s ‘Legal Business’
  100. Black Rifles Matter in Berkeley
  101. Cultivate the seed to grow: Inside prison and out, we must nurture our youth
  102. Justice for Mario Woods: Christmas Eve rally at SF City Hall demands Mayor Lee fire C
  103. LA’s Project Blowed turns 21
  104. Youth power against police brutality: Students stand in solidarity for Mario Woods
  105. No strife! Our oppressors are watching and waiting
  106. Join the Village Project for Kwanzaa 2015
  107. ‘The Talk’: How to survive while Black
  108. ‘How long since you had ice cream, Old Man?’ ’51 years,’ said Yogi and burst out laug
  109. Victory for the Black Friday 14
  110. Burundi: Will the African Union force its troops on an African nation?
  111. A spirit cannot die: Dedicated to Stanley Tookie Williams on the 10th anniversary of
  112. Expert: Stun guns are far from being a ‘nonlethal’ alternative to bullets
  113. Democracy denied: US turning Haiti into another vassal state
  114. At Mumia’s Hep C hearing, ‘We rocked the court!’
  115. Victory in militant fight to stop new SF jail
  116. Black students persuade University of California to divest from private prisons – Wel
  117. The funeral of Mario Woods and the execution of African American youth
  118. Take action against ongoing sleep deprivation torture – 137 days as of Dec. 18
  119. ‘Radio Golf’ opens Dec. 18: Hiero Imperium presents Oakland’s Lower Bottom Playaz’ co
  120. Kabila’s speech to the nation: A path to president for life in the Congo?
  121. Students march to City Hall for Mario Woods
  122. ‘Sun Rhythm’ dance showcase and party this Sunday at La Pena
  123. Cuban National Assembly member Kenia Serrano speaks on diplomatic normalization with
  124. Women prisoners in California are hunger striking in solidarity with detained immigra
  125. Nuclear terrorism kills millions, enriches the few
  126. Kenneth Harding Jr. Foundation third annual coat drive Dec. 18 in Oakland, Dec. 20 in
  127. SFPD racism is systemic: In wake of Mario Woods’ killing, SFSU public health students
  128. In solidarity with the people of Haiti, flood the State Dept. with social media, call
  129. Burundi: Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee hears testimony on political crisis
  130. Rev. Pinkney, marking one year in prison, endures the routine lies of prison official
  131. Jesse Perez prevails: Prison guards found liable for retaliatory abuse of California’
  132. All eyes on San Francisco Dec. 15: Tell Supervisors to vote for NO NEW JAIL
  133. Author Leroy Moore releases new book, ‘Black Kripple Delivers Poetry & Lyrics’
  134. Administrative Assistant Wanted
  135. Mumia Abu-Jamal: After 34 years of wrongful incarceration, showdown in federal court
  136. ‘I Am San Francisco: (Re)Collecting the Home of Native Black San Franciscans’ coming
  137. Consider Lighthouse community charter public schools for your K-12 student
  138. Do you live in a ‘hot spot’? need health insurance? Covered California can help, but
  139. Coltrane Church needs to remain in the Jazz Preservation District
  140. African American Legion Post 198 to address War Memorial Commission Board of Trustees
  141. New Afrikan Black Panther Party-Prison Chapter’s 10th Anniversary
  142. South Sudanese and Congolese flee from one war zone to another
  143. Justice for Mario Woods: #BlackLivesMatter issues demands and Lets Talk Communities a
  144. Peskin in, jail out
  145. Concerned USF law students’ statement on SFPD’s killing of Mario Woods
  146. SF police execute again: Community and labor speak out on Mario Woods’ murder
  147. Rwanda: Has Kagame exceeded the limits of his US-EU support?
  148. Mario Woods, 26, executed by SFPD in his own hood
  149. ‘Nat Turner: Following Faith’ playwright Paula Neiman speaks
  150. Award-winning City College Journalism Dept. continues striving for excellence
  151. Introducing Mayor Ed Lee’s new director of continued Black marginalization
  152. The grandson of Imam Malik bka Jeff Fort of the Black Stone Rangers speaks on Tyshawn
  153. Wanda’s Picks for December 2015
  154. The time is now to stop the SF Jail
  155. CHOOSE1 files new initiative to reform California’s Three Strikes law
  156. From solitary confinement at Pelican Bay, Jesse Perez sues his guards for retaliation
  157. Celebrating the life of legendary community organizer Regina Douglas
  158. Shirley Chisholm awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
  159. ‘May your spirit be with us’: Prisoners recall Comrade Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell
  160. The ENOUGH Project calls for a conflict-free Black Friday
  161. ‘To My Unborn Sons and Daughters, I’ll Make You Proud’ author Yakub Bey talks about w
  162. The man beaten and choked at a Donald Trump rally tells his story
  163. I had to write on brown paper bags when these rogues came and confiscated everybody’s
  164. Win transit justice: Lateefah for BART!
  165. Black Lives Matter Solidarity Statement from First Nation Peoples on National Day of
  166. Inside prison or out, be a hero today, save a life that might be lost to suicide
  167. Georgia DOC’s Tier II Program, extreme solitary confinement, is dehumanizing torture
  168. Rwanda conscripts Burundian refugees into new ‘rebel force’: an interview with Jeff D
  169. Imprisoned people facing medical neglect and violence: Family members and organizers
  170. #LaquanMcDonald: As video released, cop charged with murder 1, activists demand Polic
  171. ‘Big Ole Pretty Girls’ founder Yolanda Y’Netta speaks
  172. Prisoners, where is thy victory?
  173. The 1st annual Tahuti’s Ball!
  174. Sister shares story about police profiling and beating her autistic brother
  175. Do Black lives matter behind prison walls?
  176. Morongo Band of Mission Indians gives over 900 Thanksgiving turkeys to needy in San F
  177. The Ricky Davis affair: A Hurricane Katrina story
  178. Defiant Haiti: ‘We won’t let you steal these elections!’
  179. Burundi: Insurgents claim attack on presidential palace
  180. US State Department warns Rwandan dissident to evade assassins
  181. The successful Black Urban Growers conference
  182. From 5M to The End (of SoMa): How does a corporation wipe out an entire community?
  183. Alicia Garza honored at Harvard: One equal temper of heroic hearts
  184. SF Supervisors split over controversial jail plan, communities demand alternatives to
  185. Rwanda: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to rule in Munyakazi case
  186. Increased African-American enrollment is key goal in Year 3 of Affordable Care Act
  187. CBS Radio seeks Digital Sales Planner
  188. ‘To Protect and Serve Who?’ Mumia’s new pamphlet on organizing to abolish police viol
  189. Ohio death row political prisoner Bomani Shakur (Keith LaMar) speaks
  190. Booker T. Washington Community Service Center seeks volunteer Homework Helpers
  191. The 6th annual successful Silicon Valley African Film Fest does it again
  192. Rainbow’s End Cafe in Sacramento seeks Office Assistant
  193. Do you really Love your Enemy???
  194. ‘There’s no life without dance’: Mbongui Square Festival brings African dancers to Sa
  195. That’s me in the picture next to Quentin Tarantino
  196. Rev. Pinkney: I believe Berrien County officials have put a hit on me, inside the pri
  197. F**k france
  198. Canada and Justin Trudeau in Africa
  199. Keith LaMar (Bomani Shakur) and other Lucasville prisoners on hunger strike since Nov
  200. Pras of the Fugees talks about his new film, ‘Sweet Micky for President’ of Haiti
  201. Stone Ramsey invades the street lit genre
  202. San Francisco Port Commission seeks Parking Lot Operators, submittals due Dec. 17
  203. Prison guards face jury in retaliatory abuse of solitary confinement case – pack the
  204. Claude Gatebuke speaks on Kagame, Burundi and more
  205. The revolt of the Zanj (Blacks)
  206. Berkeley High students fight racist attacks: Navigating the shoals of increasing raci
  207. 3 lessons from University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe’s resignation
  208. Will the West create its next failed state in Burundi?
  209. National Afrikan Amerikan Family Reunion Association (NAAFRA) launches campaign to en
  210. Opus for Work can help you find on-demand jobs
  211. Tosha Stimage’s Sandra Bland art piece is at Dia de los Muertos
  212. Maafa 2015: We remember the ancestors
  213. A father’s journey
  214. Third Street Stroll …
  215. Wanda’s Picks for November 2015
  216. All Of Us Or None, founder of ‘Ban the Box’ campaign, applauds President Obama for ba
  217. The ‘First Friday’ doc premieres this week at the New Parkway
  218. African Great Lakes Region wracked by presidential succession struggles
  219. Black Satanism and Ritual
  220. Political prisoners for 45 years – yet Mondo and Ed live lives that matter
  221. Thandisizwe Chimurenga on Black women victims of police terrorism
  222. Comrades hail hero and martyr Hugo Pinell
  223. On the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, Blacks demand ‘Justice or else’
  224. Black women leaders outraged by police violence against South Carolina student
  225. FCC cuts predatory phone rates to reconnect prisoners’ families
  226. Fact finding delegation reports an electoral coup now in process in Haiti
  227. Kiva in SF: Local entrepreneurs receive crowdfunded loans to serve their communities
  228. Mack reports back from their South Africa trip
  229. Tactical targeting of iconic activist Hugo Pinell
  230. The response to ‘George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine’
  231. Stop the disproportionate incarceration of Black and Brown men, women and youth in Sa
  232. Get your Prop 47 convictions reclassified, even if you are not in California
  233. Congresswoman Maxine Waters questions RAD, calls for more public housing protections
  234. Reflection on IDEA, our nation’s special education law
  235. Georgia, land of peanuts, pecans and prisons, has always been a penal colony
  236. Day of reflection on Victoire Ingabire’s heroic sacrifice
  237. Attica book ban
  238. Valencia Gardens accepting applications 11/9 through 11/13
  239. SF Housing Authority seeks Standby Generator Maintenance
  240. Women’s prisons as sites of resistance: An interview with Victoria Law
  241. ‘Writing My Life,’ an interview wit’ musician Maya Songbird
  242. Not all state agencies are created equal
  243. ‘Together to End Solitary’ unites activists nationwide
  244. Stand firm collectively and denounce the actions that caused the death of Hugo ‘Yogi’
  245. Victory for South African youth: Besieged Zuma announces 0% university fee increases
  246. Until we win: Black labor and liberation in the disposable era
  247. Profiled by race and disability in Ottawa, Canada
  248. Brother Hugo Pinell: The tragic loss of a true servant
  249. An attack on Serena’s physique is one I take personally
  250. Prison officials, ACA inspectors ignore contaminated water in Texas prisons