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  1. Rwanda: Kagame’s spy chief Karake arrested in UK
  2. Third Street Stroll …
  3. Bayview Hunters Point Environmental Justice Response Task Force to kick off July 22
  4. The Black ones too
  5. Brother Tehuti wore our colors proudly
  6. Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ twist of fate
  7. Wanda’s Picks for July 2015
  8. ‘Concerning Violence’ introduces new generations to Frantz Fanon
  9. Officer of the Year Eric Casebolt’s brutality inspires courageous youth to fight back
  10. Message to Black youth
  11. Just cause eviction protections and rent control supported by Richmond City Council
  12. No more cops! No new jail!
  13. Proposition 47: The clock is ticking to apply for relief
  14. ‘Punishing the Poorest: How the Criminalization of Homelessness Perpetuates Poverty i
  15. Tribute to civil rights activist Margaret Block
  16. New California prison censorship rules ban ‘Windows 7 for Seniors for Dummies’ and ‘Y
  17. Racism and African American men: Killing without a gun
  18. AveVista affordable apartments up to 3 bedrooms in Oakland – application deadline Jul
  19. The San Francisco Black Film Festival enriched thousands of moviegoers, left them eag
  20. US prisoners sue for constitutional right to lifesaving Hep C cure
  21. Recology noose update: Daryle Washington rejects settlement without policy change
  22. CCI Step Down Program is bogus
  23. I got bit by the Treasure Island Flea
  24. Lisa Simone Kelly tells the real story of her mother, Nina Simone
  25. Soledad Brother John Clutchette asks for your help
  26. Proposed SF jail would likely displace affordable housing residents in SOMA
  27. Unity between races is going strong; be proud of yourselves!
  28. Fifteen most outrageous responses by police after killing unarmed people
  29. Rev. Pinkney, hero of Benton Harbor, speaks from prison
  30. ‘Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp’ – new documentary on ‘my ghastly life’
  31. Study: Shocking racial disparities in San Francisco courts
  32. Rebuke and praise after Charleston, South Carolina, church tragedy
  33. Future Youth Leaders prepares to present Youth Talent on ‘Fleek! Showcase Show’ at Hu
  34. Strange fruit
  35. We must leave the crops in the field
  36. The New Underground Railroad Movement
  37. Exciting retailer seeks Store Manager/Team Leader
  38. Andre Ward demolishes Paul Smith, ‘The Real Gone Kid’
  39. The voice of reason regarding Burundi
  40. Four years since our hunger strikes began, none of our core demands have yet been met
  41. The Fairness and Restoration Act of 2015
  42. Death Row prisoners challenge torturous conditions in San Quentin’s ‘Adjustment Cente
  43. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a government agency that actually listens
  44. White terrorist slays nine in Charleston church founded by Denmark Vesey on anniversa
  45. Johanna Fernandez: We need to bring Mumia home!
  46. The tragic, bloody origins of the Dominican Republic’s plan to erase much of its Blac
  47. Monday, June 22: Protest banning of formerly incarcerated workers from building $5 bi
  48. On the 23rd of every month, Californians demand, ‘End solitary confinement!’ – May re
  49. Asthma Camp in San Jose July 20-24; apply by July 1
  50. RIP Darnell Benson: While under fire for previous transgressions, SF law enforcement
  51. Hundreds occupy intersection, then march to protest OPD killing of Demouria Hogg
  52. Black Repertory Group Theatrical Day Camp of the Arts: All summer, all day, 3-16 year
  53. Would Hillary Clinton change new US policy on Rwanda?
  54. CBS Radio seeks Account Executive
  55. Bayview Hunters Point Air Study Volunteers Needed: Learn How June 27th
  56. New Nina Simone documentary: ‘What Happened, Miss Simone?’
  57. SF Housing Authority seeks Fire Alarm Preventive Maintenance Service
  58. Brutal, child abusing cop at Texas pool party resigns, should be charged
  59. Loving the San Francisco Black Film Festival June 11-14
  60. Franciscan Towers affordable housing application deadline July 6
  61. Hollywood to Houston
  62. Coup plotters sheltered by Rwanda declare war on Burundi
  63. ‘Mac Dre’ filmmaker Zachary Butler on Bay Area Hip Hop history
  64. ‘Moses’ tackles human sex trafficking in Africa at the SF Black Film Fest this year
  65. ‘Driving While Black’ comedy screening at the SF Black Film Fest
  66. ‘In an Ideal World’: an interview with filmmaker Noel Schwerin
  67. Challenging the Western consensus on Burundi
  68. US will not support third term for Rwanda’s Kagame
  69. Wanda’s Picks June 2015
  70. Former Black Panther Elbert ‘Big Man’ Howard celebrated at ACLU luncheon
  71. Chicago creates reparations fund for police torture victims
  72. Allensworth State Park Festival July 11: Celebrating and elevating the pioneering spi
  73. At Oakland Tech, Rev. Jackson pushes school-to-tech pipeline to Silicon Valley
  74. Verlie Mae Pickens: Celebrating my 99th birthday!
  75. Third Street Stroll …
  76. Teacher fired for students’ get-well letters to Mumia says we should rethink ‘leaders
  77. Top doc blasts California prison health care
  78. ‘Vision of Paradise,’ documentary on Reggae and Dub master Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry: an in
  79. ‘Shortage of Children’ screens Saturday, June 16, in SF Black Film Fest
  80. ‘Farming a Legacy’ at SF Black Film Fest celebrates Black farmers, an endangered spec
  81. ‘Hagereseb’ – Eritreans in Seattle – debuts at SF Black Film Fest
  82. Stop strip searching my mom!
  83. Rwanda: US Congress asks whether President Kagame hires assassins
  84. Lifting up BB King and Michael Lange: Reflections on lives well lived
  85. Earn $18.57 an hour as a Public Service Trainee at SF PUC — Applications due June 5
  86. Quest for Democracy 2015: Formerly incarcerated people lobby for justice in Sacrament
  87. New study shows 44% of Black women have incarcerated family member
  88. The mind that sees: The third eye of Eslanda Goode Robeson
  89. 137 shots: Cleveland killer cop acquitted in murder of Timothy Russell and Malissa Wi
  90. African communities in Israel escalate anti-racist struggles
  91. We cannot live by bread alone: Texas abuses prisoners with denied food and bread-and-
  92. Congresswoman Lee leads letter to president urging fair chance hiring
  93. My struggle for freedom in the midst of Virginia’s Truth-in-Sentencing and Abolition
  94. West Papua’s rightful place
  95. John H. White: Legendary photojournalist
  96. Romare Bearden: Afrikan artist, writer, photographer!
  97. No way to escape the eye of the state in Rwanda
  98. Today's my Birthday
  99. The TIDA board plunges into redevelopment, burying Treasure Islanders’ concerns: A tr
  100. The TIDA board plunges into redevelopment, burying Treasure Islanders’ concerns: A tr
  101. The TIDA board plunges into redevelopment, burying Treasure Islanders’ concerns: A tr
  102. National Black Farmers Association Scholarships for current and future Black farmers
  103. Rice and Museveni shake hands on crimes in Central Africa
  104. Kamilah and Adrianna speak about their shoe company, 2 Dollz
  105. Pennsylvania prison bars Bay View; prisoner fights back – and wins
  106. The third edition of the ‘Monumental Battle Cry for Cuba and Zimbabwe’ has been relea
  107. ‘Mac Dre: Legend of the Bay’
  108. CBS Radio seeks Staff Accountant
  109. ‘Njinga, Queen of Angola’: Masterpiece premiering at San Francisco Black Film Festiva
  110. 22 months after Oscar Grant: OPD ‘justifiably’ murder unarmed Black barbershop owner
  111. SFUSD seeks Healthy Choices AmeriCorps volunteers, pays $1,275 monthly + $5,730 upon
  112. Moving forward with our fight to end solitary confinement
  113. Minority Architects offer Architecture Camp to children ages 11-14 – registration dea
  114. Coup attempt defeated in Burundi, US continues to recognize Nkurunziza
  115. Protest racist sentencing of 14-year-old Black girl with clean record labeled ‘danger
  116. why this place so slow?
  117. Two years after his murder, his imam recalls the life of Malcolm Latif Shabazz
  118. Stop Rwanda and Uganda in DR Congo; implement Obama’s Congo bill
  119. ‘3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets’ film review
  120. California is not for rich people only! First Nation, Black, Brown and poor people st
  121. California draft budget backslides into aggressive prison construction, punting durab
  122. Clean energy supporters hail key milestone: CleanPowerSF not-to-exceed rates approved
  123. German Solidarity Address for the May 13, 2015, MOVE Commemoration
  124. Is the Shipyard safe? Dr. Sumchai writes EPA opposing transfer of more Hunters Point
  125. Seven Public Service Trainee positions available with SF PUC, $18.57 per hour
  126. SFCTA seeks planning and engineering for Freeway Corridor Management Study Phase 2
  127. PUSHTech2020: Jesse Jackson and PUSH Silicon Valley host inaugural tech summit
  128. The barbaric police bombing of MOVE: May 13th at 30
  129. Long-time UNITE HERE Local 2 President Mike Casey stepping down
  130. ‘Mariposa and the Saint: From solitary confinement, a play through letters’ – final p
  131. After Baltimore, mothers of police murder victims issue a call to reclaim Mother’s Da
  132. Oakland artist and educator Jonathan Brumfield receives top SF State honor
  133. The impact of Mumia on me: Reflections on Mumia Abu-Jamal
  134. What does it do to a child when a judge calls her ‘a danger to society’?
  135. Starve the beast
  136. Mexican seafood restaurant in SF Civic Center hiring, including people with convictio
  137. Affordable homeownership opportunities: Four homes in Hayes Valley
  138. Remembering the Black Panther Party newspaper, April 25, 1967- September 1980
  139. Wanda’s Picks for May 2015
  140. Baba Jahahara honored by Congresswoman Lee, California leaders and solar colleagues
  141. Crazy White Lady actually Infiltrated the Black Conscious Community gets EXPOSED
  142. Summer Algebra Institute in Hunters Point
  143. Will the world remain silent with Rwanda and Uganda in DR Congo again?
  144. The Bay Area’s best featured in SF International Arts Festival 2015
  145. Third Street Stroll
  146. Black fathers snookered at Vallejo Senior Center
  147. Malcolm X Day San Francisco – to make his birthday an official holiday
  148. From SHU to mainline, you will be tested
  149. Radio personality Wesley Burton killed in hit and run car crash: Davey D speaks
  150. ReBUTTal: The arguments for rent control in Richmond
  151. ‘Zara’s Faith’: Grandmother rallies community to fight police brutality
  152. Solitary confinement tricknology at Menard Concentration Slave Camp
  153. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 10
  154. KPFA radioman Wesley Burton killed in car accident
  155. Baridi Williamson at Pelican Bay: ‘I met with UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Juan M
  156. Four years after Fukushima, Japan is solar-powered
  157. Stand with the defiant ones in Baltimore
  158. ‘M Cream’ film review
  159. The public execution of Mumia Abu-Jamal?
  160. Increasing instability and political repression in African Great Lakes Region
  161. Two years, still not enough answers: Remembering Malcolm
  162. Kibeho and Srebrenica: Ed Herman on the politics of genocide
  163. Bethany Center Senior Housing seeks full-time Maintenance Technician for 12-8pm shift
  164. Invite the U.S. Census Bureau to Hold a Workshop on Census Data for Community Analysi
  165. Baltimore ‘shuts it down’ for Freddie Gray
  166. Love story at Arlington National Cemetery
  167. ‘I contribute to peace,’ a pledge to end hostilities inside and out
  168. At Ohio’s supermax prison, a hunger strike ends but extreme isolation remains
  169. Berrien County court continues racist campaign against Rev. Edward Pinkney
  170. Now that the Justice Department has struck out, it’s time to put Barry Bonds in the H
  171. Rwanda: No justice for Kibeho Massacre victims 20 years later
  172. Prison refuses Mumia medical care as his 61st birthday is celebrated worldwide
  173. A slow death for Mumia Abu-Jamal and thousands of prisoners in America
  174. The San Francisco Black Film Festival is back, second weekend in June!
  175. African liberation day 2015 washington dc uhuru kwame1!!!!!!!
  176. Open letter to Pennsylvania governor and corrections head urges independent medical c
  177. Apple lifts ban on construction workers with felony convictions, must do more – two p
  178. Uganda’s Museveni to seek re-election in his 30th year in office
  179. South African shack dwellers condemn xenophobia: ‘Our African brothers and sisters ar
  180. Sign Petition Encouraging Cuban Officials to Continue Asylum for Assata Shakur...
  181. Less than one lifetime: Eyewitness to nuclear development, from Hunters Point to Cher
  182. ALERT-is elimination of anti-Cuba embargo being used by the U.S. again Assata Shakur?
  183. Wadiya Jamal: Help my husband get free! Mumia is dying in there!
  184. San Francisco Mayor’s Office plans to sell public housing to private investors, leavi
  185. California: For rich people only?
  186. ACLU: America’s obsession with locking up Black men led directly to death of Walter S
  187. With no more cotton to pick, what will America do with 40 million Black people?
  188. Visitor decries racism at Pelican Bay in open letter to warden
  189. Struggle without sacrifice is useless
  190. Prisoner Human Rights Movement fights on many fronts to reclaim our lives and freedom
  191. Wanda’s Picks for April 2015
  192. Witness who recorded shooting of Walter Scott speaks out: Cop had control before he s
  193. A Ugandan doctor describes the real ‘Ebola Hot Zone’
  194. White cop charged with murder for shooting Black man in South Carolina
  195. Quest for Democracy Day 2015: Formerly incarcerated people will press legislators to
  196. Cultivating resistance in AfrikaTown, West Oakland
  197. Campaign Encourages National Dialogue on Youth Mental Health with Text-Enabled Events
  198. See how sick Mumia is – keep calling!
  199. Mumia’s wife, Wadiya Jamal: It’s time to stop trying to kill my husband and free him
  200. SF County Transportation Authority seeks Annual Audit Services
  201. Let’s help Shuja come home to his family
  202. Richmond asks, ‘Who killed DMC?’
  203. Mumia’s life is in danger; only the people can save him – keep calling!
  204. A Community Look at Substance Abuse April 7: Keynote on Cannabis and Youth by Dr. Dav
  205. Mumia’s son says, ‘My father is in pain,’ as Mumia is sent back to prison
  206. Rwanda: Critics ask Canada to protect them from Kagame’s assassins
  207. Third Street Stroll …
  208. After 30 years leading City College Journalism Department, ‘not over yet’ for Juan Go
  209. Mumia Abu-Jamal hospitalized in diabetic shock, guarded, family and friends denied ac
  210. Kev Epps talkin’ about his new film ‘Solutions Not Suspensions’
  211. Dear Black men: Help us save the lives of young Black men and boys by simply writing
  212. Writer coaches make a positive social impact!
  213. Gov. Jerry Brown, AG Kamala Harris and CDCr officials, you have the power to stop tor
  214. Grandfatherhood: Part 3
  215. The people’s investigation into the San Francisco police killing of Asa B. Sullivan
  216. The first monthly Statewide Coordinated Actions to End Solitary Confinement held Marc
  217. SHU-shifting: An update on and overview of the Ashker v. Brown class action
  218. Robert ‘Fleetwood’ Bowden’s ‘Da Cotton Pickas’ to be featured in Oakland Internationa
  219. UN: US is violating Kenny Zulu Whitmore’s right to be free from torture
  220. Does the disability community need a documentary on police brutality from a retired d
  221. SF County Jail prisoners forced into interracial gladiator-style fights
  222. Making money with solar
  223. A durable and sustainable plan: Reducing corrections spending in California
  224. An appreciation: Dr. Ben, legendary Egypt scholar, dean of Harlem Street University
  225. How does Africa get reported? A letter of concern to 60 Minutes
  226. Free Speech Society: Forum for prison activists inside and out
  227. Jim Crow San Francisco
  228. S.F. Housing Authority seeks Fire Alarm Maintenance
  229. Filmmaker Pendarvis Harshaw talks about graf legend Mike Dream in ‘Dream Kontinues’ d
  230. Community shuts down Mission Station, puts police on trial on anniversary of Alex Nie
  231. S.F. Housing Authority seeks Pest Management and Control Services
  232. Bay Area air quality regulator to refineries: Refine more crude
  233. UC Berkeley Black Student Union wants Barrows Hall renamed for Assata Shakur as one o
  234. The criminality of solitary confinement
  235. Grant ‘Strategic Release’ to Abdul Olugbala Shakur
  236. San Francisco YouthWorks *is Hiring for the 2015 Summer Session!
  237. Viciously beaten University of Virginia honor student Martese Johnson did not have a
  238. AIDS group’s Castro billboards with Dr. King’s image have whites-only feel
  239. Tensions remain high in Ferguson
  240. UK Foreign Office calls on Rwanda to restore BBC Gahuza
  241. Bay Area residents hold Air District accountable for protecting health and climate fr
  242. Public defender releases racial justice recommendations, finds up to 1,000 cases may
  243. Performing Arts Workshop’s Beats of the Bayview coming Friday at 3rd on Third
  244. Swinerton invites bids from Interior / Finish Trades for Transbay Transit Center
  245. A terrorist under every bed in Canada
  246. Venezuela a threat to US national security?
  247. Port Chicago: Who were those men?
  248. Mumia Abu Jamal: Unsaid at Selma
  249. Mercy Housing offers 69 affordable apartments at 280 Beale, San Francisco – applicati
  250. Democracy or hypocrisy: Why do we dare to call it genocide?