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  1. Until we win: Black labor and liberation in the disposable era
  2. Victory for South African youth: Besieged Zuma announces 0% university fee increases
  3. An attack on Serena’s physique is one I take personally
  4. Brother Hugo Pinell: The tragic loss of a true servant
  5. San Francisco Black community demands a real housing plan
  6. Prison officials, ACA inspectors ignore contaminated water in Texas prisons
  7. From privatization to reparations
  8. Healthy Hearts Campaign takes off in Bayview
  9. Help ensure justice for all at votelegal.com – last day to vote Tuesday, Oct. 20!
  10. Bay Area Black doctor plots to repatriate to South Africa
  11. Representative or the represented?
  12. Election 2015: The fight for voting rights and sovereignty in Haiti
  13. Like Syria, Burundi is a war theater: the China-Russia axis vs. the US-EU axis
  14. The real criminals in Sonoma County: A statement from the Police Accountability Clini
  15. Unity Sunday: Replace poverty with a plateau of plenty
  16. Stanley Nelson’s ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ is the best short i
  17. Imprisoned on Treasure Island
  18. ‘Beasts of No Nation’
  19. Tasers in Berkeley?
  20. Black Farmers’ Lives Matter: Defending African-American land and agriculture in the D
  21. The Black Urban Growers Conference is at Laney in Oakland this weekend
  22. Bolivian President Evo Morales honors Leonard Peltier, National Lawyers Guild joins c
  23. Seven things we learned from Thabo Sefolosha’s trial
  24. Documentary filmmaker speaks on Ousmane Sembène, father of African cinema
  25. David Cameron’s visit to Jamaica: Amusing and dangerous
  26. When will the truth be told? The Black presence in America before Columbus
  27. The Blue Angels air show: San Francisco’s choice
  28. NYPD on trial: NBA player Thabo Sefolosha fights back after police beating
  29. Black San Franciscans protest growing poverty as rich San Franciscans meet President
  30. The spirit of Oakland Blues legend Augusta Lee Collins lives on …
  31. Contra Costa County begins counting Richmond anti-rent control petition signatures
  32. In largest one-time release, 6,000 inmates will walk out of federal prison
  33. ‘Went in like Gestapo’: Sonoma sheriffs’ bloody rampage
  34. Comrades of Malcolm Shabazz remember him on his 31st birthday
  35. Mansour Id-Deen of the Berkeley NAACP speaks on Barbara Lee funding 18 new cops
  36. Dr. George W. Davis Senior Residence affordable apartments — apply by Oct. 28
  37. The Broken Windows Theory is broken
  38. Menard hunger strike, Sept. 23-28: Trying to make it better for the next person who r
  39. Burundi accuses Rwanda of training rebels for cross border attacks
  40. Physician Janette Sherman on US gun mania
  41. Apply by Nov. 3 for Large Scholarships for High-Achieving, Low-Income High School Stu
  42. Rwanda: Nahimana asks why the US wants to deport Munyakazi
  43. Shafia Monroe, founder of the International Center for Traditional Childbearing, seek
  44. How to Win the War on Whites
  45. Hugo Pinell, like George Jackson, shall ever be an example of New Afrikan manhood: th
  46. Messing with Major
  47. The water and the wind, a song for Dedon
  48. Burkina Faso: France, the US and the spirit of Sankara
  49. More street trees coming to Bayview Hunters Point in November
  50. Third Street Stroll …
  51. 2,000+ Bayview residents celebrate learning at BMAGIC’s backpack giveaway
  52. Gracias for the anti-solitary class action settlement from a named plaintiff
  53. The cost of criminalizing homelessness just went up by $1.9 billion
  54. First fruits: Celebrating the future of our village
  55. Summary of settlement terms in anti-solitary confinement class action, Ashker v. Brow
  56. Don’t be fooled by ‘Inclusive Capitalism’ – it’s still a disaster!
  57. Mumia Abu-Jamal’s eighth book: ‘Writing on the Wall’
  58. A-APRP comrade speaks on the work of the late Dedon Kamathi
  59. Largest rent control petition in San Francisco history denied, Midtown residents vow
  60. Update from Menard: Hunger strike resumes Sept. 23
  61. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 12
  62. In loving memory of Elzie Byrd, hero of Geneva Towers
  63. The Matatu Festival of Stories is in full swing
  64. Eva Contreraz: San Quentin Adjustment Center from my perspective
  65. Who gets hepatitis C drugs? Who pays?
  66. As sheriff, John Robinson will aim to reduce disproportionate Black and Brown incarce
  67. Good men, not worst of the worst
  68. Oakland’s Black Spirituals is a headliner at Matatu Festival of Stories
  69. Below market rate rental units available at Stevenson Lofts, 529 Stevenson & 550 Jess
  70. Chef Bryant Terry speaks on food justice
  71. Richmond’s Donte Clark, the King of Spoken Word?
  72. World politics: 4 years after Qaddafi, 2 years after Chavez
  73. Gordon Parks, genius at work
  74. Build unity: Don’t let CDC undermine the Agreement to End Hostilities
  75. Bernie Sanders files bill to ban private prisons for federal, state and local prisone
  76. An open letter to Bernie Sanders about Hugo Chavez
  77. Revolutionary eulogy by Texas Chicano POW-political prisoner Alvaro Luna Hernandez fo
  78. Visual artist Mahader Tesfai takes center stage in the Town
  79. Cuba to release 3,522 prisoners on the eve of Pope Francis’ visit; why can’t Obama do
  80. Regime change refugees on the shores of Europe
  81. For Mumia, we demand no retaliatory transfer and treatment to cure his Hepatitis C no
  82. Dominican Republic apartheid
  83. Part 5: She was homeless, so cops and Child Protective Services took her kids
  84. It takes a village to send African American students to college!
  85. Dedon Kamathi: To challenge the U.S. Empire
  86. Part 4: She was homeless, so cops and Child Protective Services took her kids
  87. Doc on Ethopian singer Asknaketch Worku screens in Oakland at Matatu Fest
  88. Part 3B: Toxic stachybotrys mold, the silent killer, sickens Treasure Island family
  89. Rwanda: Supporters of scholar Léopold Munyakazi struggle to stop his deportation from
  90. Part 3A: She was homeless, so cops and Child Protective Services took her kids, then
  91. Remembering Dedon Kamathi
  92. Karima Al-Amin speaks on the health of her husband, Imam Jamil Al-Amin
  93. How big money stole Richmond’s renters’ protections in less than a month
  94. Bay Area rapper Paris releases ‘Pistol Politics’
  95. Give peace a chance in South Sudan: An interview with Dr. Horace Campbell
  96. Prisoners report on San Quentin health crisis: Legionella outbreak prompts water shut
  97. San Francisco, World War II and African Americans
  98. From Katrina to Ferguson
  99. The 7th Annual One Love One Heart Reggae Music Festival is in Sac on Sept. 19 and 20
  100. Stop the execution of Imam Jamil, the former H. Rap Brown, by medical neglect in fede
  101. ‘Akiti the Hunter’ brings a Black hero to children’s literature
  102. Aisha Fukushima takes over the planet
  103. Self-sufficiency, self-defense and self-determination: August Wilson’s ‘King Hedley I
  104. Dreadlocks Of Love! Dreads For Friends A Cancer Donation
  105. Tajai of Hieroglyphics speaks on Hiero Day
  106. Paradise’s Theory of Relativity (to End Racism)
  107. California prisoners win historic gains with settlement against solitary confinement
  108. The Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted People’s Conference comes to Oakland
  109. Third Street Stroll 0915
  110. Hugo Lyon Antonio Pinell, aka Daddy
  111. The Scarlet Letter ‘R’: The unveiling of Katrina’s oldest survivor, Racism
  112. South Sudan: African Union commission says oil resources must benefit the people for
  113. KPOO interview: Kiilu Nyasha and Terry Collins remember Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell
  114. Oakland PD: ‘We’ve let the dogs out!’
  115. Rebel Diaz’ Ñ Don’t Stop webisode is biggest show on TeleSur English
  116. M1 of dead prez headlines Black Media Appreciation Night 2015 on Sept. 12
  117. Testimony of Everett D. Allen, M.D., former chief physician and surgeon at Pelican Ba
  118. Decolonization not canonization: Enslaver Junipero Serra was no saint
  119. The other death sentence: Deliberate indifference at Corcoran SHU
  120. Raw G talks about her new album, ‘Esperanza’
  121. Death and life of Hugo Pinell
  122. Greg Bridges’ jazz show is now nationally syndicated
  123. Plan Lanmó – the Death Plan: The Clintons, foreign aid and NGOs in Haiti
  124. ‘My Dedon, my Dedon, my Dedon: Dedon Kamathi still ready for the revolution!’
  125. Prisoners speak out about the assassination of Hugo Pinell
  126. In San Francisco, sleeping is a crime: New data shows SFPD giving mountains of ticket
  127. Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell, comrade of George Jackson
  128. Dorsey Nunn on Hugo Pinell and the Agreement to End Hostilities: An old man’s opinion
  129. War on Terror? US proxies Ethiopia and Rwanda terrorize their own people
  130. Concerning reactionaries and thugs: The New Black Panther Party
  131. Julian Bond, race man
  132. National Action Network Oakland Technology Academy – FREE CLASSES
  133. When it gets to this point
  134. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy goes out of his way to denounce solitary confin
  135. My summer vacation
  136. 1,000 Black activists, scholars and artists sign statement supporting freedom and equ
  137. Hell in paradise: Visiting Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell at Pelican Bay State Prison
  138. Support SB 124 to end solitary confinement for youth
  139. Rest in power, Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell: A precious brother has been liberated from this ea
  140. Ferguson police intensify abuse, but no amount of tear gas, hatred and contempt will
  141. I watched 14 police officers take down a one-legged homeless Black man outside Twitte
  142. ‘The Spot’ brings back the hip hop countdown show
  143. Rwandan diaspora calls for release of Victoire Ingabire and Déo Mushayidi
  144. Could black people in the U.S. qualify as refugees?
  145. SF Conservation Corps lets you EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
  146. California Attorney General Kamala Harris must end the barbaric practice of solitary
  147. Hugo Pinell was assassinated under color of law
  148. CITYBUILD ACADEMY 9 WEEK Pre-Apprenticeship Training: October-December
  149. Nate Wilks, 24, murdered by Oakland PD for running while Black
  150. ‘The Brothers Size’ and ‘Grounded’ at Ubuntu Theater
  151. SFCTA seeks State Legislative and Advocacy Services
  152. Beloved political prisoner Hugo ‘Yogi Bear’ Pinell, feared and hated by guards, assas
  153. Bobby Seale: Community control of police was on the Berkeley ballot in 1969
  154. Part Two: She was homeless, so cops and Child Protective Services took her kids, then
  155. Khoree the Poet
  156. Why the police killing of football player Christian Taylor matters
  157. The Movement for Black Lives Convening walks the talk, rescues teen from cops: We are
  158. 50th anniversary of the Watts Rebellion, a turning point in the struggle for Black li
  159. Africa’s problem from hell: Samantha Power
  160. State of emergency declared in Ferguson as cops shoot Mike Brown’s friend on annivers
  161. ‘The Legend of Jocko’: an interview with author Waymon Lefall
  162. Former U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney completes PhD at Antioch University, despi
  163. SF Housing Authority seeks Fire Sprinkler and Standpipe Preventive Maintenance
  164. Trump and the politics of resentment
  165. Wanda’s Picks for August 2015
  166. Part One: She was homeless, so cops and Child Protective Services took her kids, then
  167. Rally Sunday to protest proposed sale of F.D. Haynes Gardens – Rev. Dr. Frederic Doug
  168. Ben Carson
  169. Rwandan Belgians protest inhumane incarceration of Victoire Ingabire
  170. Mumia Abu-Jamal has active Hepatitis C, is suing prison for medical neglect
  171. After The Love Is Gone
  172. 1984: Confederate flag of slavery taken down from San Francisco Civic Center – 3 time
  173. New Orleans land grab: Addressing the ‘elephant’ in the city 10 years after Hurricane
  174. Third Street Stroll …
  175. Remember Black August and the people’s martyrs
  176. New Orleans Katrina Pain Index at 10: Who was left behind?
  177. From Ghetto to Goddess: Iminah Ahmad speaks
  178. City of Richmond passes rent control
  179. Oakland invites proposals for so-called affordable housing for 12th Street parcel
  180. On visiting George
  181. Learning is forever: Fathers leading the way
  182. ‘Katrina: After the Flood’
  183. Third Baptist Church sues to keep 104 families in their affordable F.D. Haynes Garden
  184. Brando narrates new must-see documentary, ‘Listen to Me Marlon’
  185. Manifesto on rebuilding New Afrikan people, families and communities
  186. The fight to save City College: Push back against push-out
  187. Midtown Park Apartments residents, promised ownership, rally against 300% rent increa
  188. Frisco’s ‘Let’s Talk Sports Nation’ TV show broadcasts 100 episodes
  189. Burundi’s tense northern border with Rwanda
  190. We can’t breathe! Thoughts on our Agreement to End Hostilities
  191. What I meant when I said that #BlackLivesMatter
  192. Task Force shelter producing pounds of veggies on rooftop garden
  193. Freeing our families from the criminal justice chokehold
  194. 90 affordable rental apartments at MacArthur BART, Oakland – apply by 8/6/15
  195. Shit storm erupts in Treasure Island townhouse when sewer pipes break after Lennar’s
  196. Los Angeles’ Leimert Park Book Fair is August 1
  197. pranayam for healthy life
  198. Rwanda and Burundi: Who’s ‘promoting instability through violence’?
  199. Loan finance company seeks Administrative Assistant-Cashier
  200. ‘The Emperor Jones,’ starring Carl Lumbly in the Paul Robeson role, is playing in Dog
  201. The Bay Area Black Expo is coming to Frank Ogawa (Oscar Grant) Plaza on Saturday
  202. Rebecca Brando speaks about new doc on her dad, ‘Listen to Me Marlon’
  203. After pier shooting, San Francisco immigrants mourn and organize
  204. ‘TDCJ placed me in harm’s way because I spoke out in reference to the extreme heat’
  205. Conspiracy Between East Indians And The American Police
  206. While counting President Obama’s NAACP speech and prison visit as big wins, let us ke
  207. Six new Below Market Rate ownership units available at 1875 Mission St., apply by 8/3
  208. Cruelty Against American Hotel And Motel Guests...Part 2
  209. The Latest Chaos On Earth
  210. Cruelty Against American Hotel And Motel Guests
  211. SF Housing Authority seeks Structural Engineering Services
  212. West Oakland youth are going to South Africa
  213. Protect Yourselves In 360 Ways
  214. A forum for Black Geniuses.
  215. The Feds Have Been Sitting Americans Homes On Fire
  216. SOMArts’ ‘Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party’ is this Saturday
  217. Sandra Bland drove to Texas to start a new job, so how did she end up dead in jail?
  218. ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’
  219. The legacy lives on: Black Panther Party co-founder Elbert ‘Big Man’ Howard carries t
  220. Friday is Kenny Day! Remembering Kenneth Harding Jr. on the 4th anniversary of his SF
  221. Snitches Destroying America As We Know It
  222. Whose Who On The Planet Earth
  223. Center for Young Womens’ Development (CYWD) is hiring Summer Interns
  224. Serena Williams is today’s Muhammad Ali
  225. Expand clemency! Freeing 46 is a start but not enough
  226. So Americans Don't Believe In Human Clones?
  227. Controlling Both Blacks And Caucasians Through Fear
  228. Ky-Mani Marley speaks
  229. Pelican Bay Hunger Strike: Four years and still fighting
  230. Open letter to Rwanda prisons director protests intensified isolation of presidential
  231. Expanding Chaos World-Wide
  232. Poor people need your help to survive corporate greed’s heat wave and fees
  233. Albert Woodfox mural reminds New Orleans of 43 years of injustice
  234. Tales From The Darkside
  235. Stars and Bars and Stripes: Are you ready for this conversation on race?
  236. Uprisings In Civil And Law Enforcement Spies
  237. Christmas, The North Pole, And Secret Depopulations
  238. Bree Newsome describes her role in persuading South Carolina to banish slavery flag
  239. Aunt acquitted in niece’s hit-and-run death
  240. Attorney Demitrus Evans on the case of political prisoner Aaron Patterson
  241. Trinity, destroyer of worlds
  242. Did Lennar’s vibro-compaction test create sink holes on Treasure Island?
  243. The Strategic War Against Americans
  244. SF Housing Authority seeks Architectural Services
  245. Charleston
  246. Rwanda: Kagame’s spy chief Karake arrested in UK
  247. Third Street Stroll …
  248. Bayview Hunters Point Environmental Justice Response Task Force to kick off July 22
  249. The Black ones too
  250. Brother Tehuti wore our colors proudly