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  1. Fleetwood’s new film, ‘Da Cotton Pickas’
  2. Wanda’s Picks for February 2015
  3. The war on Billie Holiday: The Bureau of Narcotics’ strange obsession
  4. Repealing the lifetime ban on CalFresh and CalWORKs for people with drug felony convi
  5. Third Street Stroll …
  6. Mission Statement of the Free Speech Society
  7. Grandfatherhood: A second chance to get it right
  8. From Selma to San Francisco, BlackLivesMatter from 1963 to 2015
  9. Shipyard workers demand environmental justice
  10. Prisons, gangs, witchhunts and white supremacy
  11. Meet Dr. Brown, head of the African American Studies Department at Merritt College
  12. Third World Resistance: Reclaiming the radical Dr. King to protest police and prisons
  13. Deputy public defender unjustly arrested
  14. From West Oakland to South Africa
  15. How to end child poverty for 60% of poor children and 72% of poor Black children toda
  16. CBS Radio seeks Digital Sales Specialist and Web Content Producer
  17. Family Builders seeks Community Liaison
  18. West Oakland unites to keep Black families in their homes! Vigil at 6pm today
  19. What would compel a man to try to cut his own face off?
  20. Cages Kill-Freedom Rally in Santa Cruz
  21. Bill Duke reflects on Martin Luther King, race and colorism
  22. When a mother and her autistic son are evicted: The story of Bessie and Devonte Taylo
  23. 2015 Summer Math and Science Honors (SMASH) Academy at the UC Berkeley and Stanford c
  24. Making torture legal
  25. Prisoner Human Rights Movement: Agreement to End Hostilities has changed the face of
  26. If Black lives matter – A message to the youth from behind enemy lines
  27. Marissa Alexander released from prison: Supporters celebrate, demand full freedom
  28. Top 10 Black History Month scholarships for February 2015
  29. Lennar seeks Professional Services for Candlestick Point Development
  30. Carsharing for Electric Cars Coming to Low-Income Communities This Summer
  31. Yalani just wanted to cash his paycheck to help his mom with the rent
  32. CBS Radio seeks News Director, Imaging Director and Account Executive
  33. Community protector Bo Frierson tipped from wheelchair for protesting SFPD’s assault
  34. Pattern of practice: Centuries of racist oppression culminating in mass incarceration
  35. Congolese protest election delay: ‘Non Kabila Rwandais’
  36. The way forward to end solitary confinement torture: Where’s the Army?
  37. Wheelchair mobility plus education equals a bright future for Eunice Atim of Uganda
  38. ‘Friends of Victoire’ launched to free Rwandan political prisoner Victoire Ingabire
  39. Children of incarcerated parents say no to a new jail in San Francisco
  40. SF Housing Authority seeks hazardous material abatement contractor
  41. Our future and the solar mandate of Assembly Bill 327
  42. Shaking down the poor: The infiltration of a landless people’s movement
  43. Pan African City Alive! in Sunnyvale is closing its doors Saturday, Jan. 31 — big dis
  44. Black men disrespected in Mayor Ed Lee’s State of the City address
  45. The indispensable weapon is culture and the power of the spoken word
  46. The voice of a slave who is not afraid to speak out against Alabama’s wickedness and
  47. African American classical music: Renaissance woman P. Kujichagulia speaks
  48. Hajj Malcolm Shabazz: Malcolm and Martin came at the same enemy from different angles
  49. Congo’s problems are Museveni, Kagame and Kabila, not the FDLR
  50. Rep. Barbara Lee: We’re still living in ‘two Americas’
  51. New SF board president should fight for new Human Rights Commission
  52. Mumia’s daughter Goldii leaves a powerful legacy
  53. Disobedience is being Black or Brown
  54. Ronald ‘Elder’ Freeman: He walked the San Quentin yard with the noble stature of a re
  55. Applications available for affordable ownership unit at 2421 16th St., SF
  56. Lest We Forget ... 18 January 1981
  57. Today the Fillmore went dark!
  58. SF Housing Authority seeks Mechanical and Structural Engineering Services
  59. Five years later: Haitians step up their fight for independence and democracy
  60. An open letter to the technology industry: Honor the King Holiday ‘The time is always
  61. Thousands of Black lives mattered in Nigeria, but the world didn’t pay attention
  62. Dream Defenders, Black Lives Matter and Ferguson reps take historic trip to Palestine
  63. Governor’s proposed budget leaves California’s youngest children behind
  64. CBS Radio seeks Account Executive
  65. Ten things you should know about Selma before you see the film
  66. Barbara Lee on US war in Syria and Iraq: Congress ducks responsibility
  67. Humanity indicted for our silence in the face of torture
  68. ‘Selma’: Unexpected bounty
  69. Phil Africa of MOVE dies under suspicious circumstances in Pennsylvania prison
  70. London Breed wins second most powerful seat in San Francisco, city of hope
  71. Calling All Poets! Poetry Contest, Cash Awards
  72. Panzi Hospital and Dr. Denis Mukwege: Targets of ‘Le Petit Rwandais’ Joseph Kabila
  73. ‘Selma’ shockingly and sadly relevant
  74. He had a dream; we have a duty: Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther Ki
  75. Teach Tomorrow in Oakland celebrate instructors as it gears up for final winter recru
  76. U.S. cops kill at 100 times rate of other capitalist countries
  77. Ferguson grand juror sues prosecutor to lift gag order
  78. Stop killing Congolese people
  79. Feingold dismisses fears of regional war in DR Congo
  80. my life as a biracial child or "how the tamahu operate"
  81. The Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) are freedom fighters
  82. Carcinogens, not bad luck, cause cancer
  83. We must help our own Black children
  84. ‘L’s Up, Guns Down’: Mamas resist gun violence from Oakland to Frisco
  85. No joy, no peace
  86. When police die!
  87. Cops vs. the First Amendment
  88. Prison closings in Virginia mean worse conditions for prisoners
  89. Where can we pee? Auntie Francis Love Mission and the criminalization of poor residen
  90. Wanda’s Picks for January 2015
  91. From Burkina Faso to the Congo: Challenging the quest for president for life
  92. Federal Pell Grant eligibility for people in county jails or juvenile hall
  93. ‘Midnight and the Man Who Had No Tears’
  94. Support SB188: Give Delaware prisoners a shot at freedom
  95. Nurse fired for speaking out: ‘I am on a mission to stop torture at CDCR’
  96. Congresswoman Maxine Waters condemns RAD public housing privatization scheme
  97. Dr. Chinosole joins the ancestors
  98. The Palestinianization of Blacks in the United States
  99. Black firms on winning team for $1.5 billion California High-Speed Rail contract
  100. Colombian port workers in solidarity against police violence
  101. No matter what they say or do, we die
  102. Rwanda and Uganda deploy FDLR excuse, threaten cross-border war in Congo
  103. Supervisor Keith Carson: A hopeful 2015
  104. Benny Wenda: Indonesian military and police torture and kill children in Paniai, West
  105. Proud of my sisters
  106. Pennsylvania politicians pass Mumia Gag Law: Help fund the lawsuit to stop it
  107. Hands to the fire: Rebellion spreads from Ferguson and Ayotzinapa to the Zapatistas
  108. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 9
  109. Who will protect and defend Black life? The Black Panthers had the right idea
  110. FDLR offer to disarm, demobilize, join political process
  111. ‘Helping Me, Help Me’: Help returning prisoners find work, stay free
  112. We need to use our Black economic power
  113. Prisoners’ Agreement to End Hostilities as the basis for the abolition of ‘legal’ sla
  114. If Mary and Joseph tried to reach Bethlehem today, they would get stuck at an Israeli
  115. Can community pressure reverse the dangerous secret Lennar-City decision to implode C
  116. The work of Christmas
  117. Immigration policies are criminalizing our communities
  118. Kagame castigates BBC and foreign donors but keeps cashing checks
  119. Selma Contest for high school students, $5,000 grand prize: Martin Luther King Jr. us
  120. National defense campaign building for Rev. Edward Pinkney
  121. Athlete-activists can’t be scared silent after the murder of two NYPD officers
  122. Dear Nadir: How can I prepare my 13-year-old Black autistic son for encounters with p
  123. Mike Brown Sr. speaks to San Francisco
  124. A #FreeOakland movement: High school students march against police brutality
  125. Lucasville vet: Refusing to snitch on men merely protesting inhumane prison condition
  126. Public defenders from the Bay to Brooklyn take to the streets to hold police accounta
  127. Cuba Protects America's Most Wanted
  128. Cuban President Raúl Castro: We must learn the art of coexisting with our differences
  129. SF Transportation Authority seeks general legal counsel services
  130. Bayview Hunters Point Community Legal puts the law on your side, needs your support t
  131. Berkeley Copwatch: Make the police obsolete
  132. Supervisor Avalos introduces resolution to review racial profiling and use of force b
  133. Civil rights leader Rev. Edward Pinkney sentenced to 2 ½ to 10 years by Berrien Count
  134. Protesters shut down Oakland Police Department for almost 4.5 hours today, demand end
  135. Applications available for affordable family housing at 255 Broadway, San Francisco
  136. No justice, no peace: National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area chapter turns up
  137. Raising issue of OUSD police murder of Raheim Brown leads to reinstatement of Urban D
  138. Tech jobs for Blacks? Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rainbow PUSH convene tech companies for div
  139. Chairman Shaka Zulu: Resistance is the way forward
  140. Outed undercover cop pulls gun on Oakland protesters
  141. All SFUSD High Schools to Offer Ethnic Studies Classes
  142. I grew up in Guantánamo: Now that you have heard my story, you cannot turn away
  143. Living in a world on edge: ‘It might not be safe to be here’
  144. California’s savage system of confinement: An end to solitary is long overdue
  145. Have NO contact with police – they are child killers
  146. CBS Radio seeks Digital Sales Specialist
  147. NEMA seeks Valet Attendant and Lead Valet Attendant, $12-$16 per hour
  148. Put those police cameras on the bankers
  149. #BlackLivesMatter takes the field: A weekend of athletes speaking out
  150. Rwanda continues inquiry into BBC ‘genocide denial,’ refuses Reyntjens’ testimony
  151. People power grows, demands justice
  152. Rwandans protest Dutch support for Kagame dictatorship
  153. Third Street Stroll …
  154. Mass evictions at Oakland’s Empyrean Towers
  155. 16 hours in the torture chamber
  156. Questions from a White Nationalist
  157. August Wilson and Ferguson: Wilson’s ‘Jitney’ opens on Broadway, Oakland, Dec. 26
  158. Why we won’t wait: Resisting the war against the Black and Brown underclass
  159. A New Year’s call to action for the prisoner class: Support the Bay View
  160. SF public defender: NYC grand jury decision on Eric Garner ‘would defy belief – if it
  161. CBS Radio seeks Digital Sales Planner & Assistant News Director
  162. Wanda’s Picks for December 2014
  163. Man up or perish: White America is showing its true face once again
  164. Time to stop racially motivated killings
  165. Revolution now!!!
  166. 2 Build A Nation
  167. The history of Oakland’s premiere soul food spot: Home of Chicken and Waffles
  168. Tired of being gang raped, Congo mother takes up weapon
  169. ‘Let’s just shut down’: an interview with Spokesperson Ray of the Free Alabama Moveme
  170. Bringing the truth to light: Sunlight deprivation at San Quentin
  171. Blackout Collective obstructs BART trains on Black Friday in protest of police killin
  172. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 8
  173. There is power in unity!
  174. YCAT-C hires District 10 residents for flagging services at new CMPC
  175. Twenty years of hell in shacks
  176. St. John Coltrane Church to celebrate 50th anniversary of ‘A Love Supreme’ Dec. 8 at
  177. CDCR’s new con game to undermine our class action suit
  178. Donald Lacy’s historic interview: Gary Webb tells how the government flooded Black ho
  179. Kujichagulia Seitu’s ‘Go Tell It’ plays in Berkeley Dec. 6-7
  180. Beyond #BoycottBlackFriday, Invest in Justice #InvestInJustUs
  181. Thanksgiving and Ferguson: Mixed generation Black immigrant family’s holiday meal
  182. SF Public Defender calls refusal to indict Ferguson killer cop legal, ethical racial
  183. Who torched Michael Brown Sr.’s church the day after his baptism?
  184. Justice delayed and denied for eight years, Asa Sullivan’s family appeals federal cou
  185. Oakland International Film Festival is accepting submissions still
  186. Rwandan witness to Habyarimana assassination disappears
  187. Angola 3: Robert King on the ongoing struggle to free Albert Woodfox
  188. Salute to the Freeman Brothers! Last testament of Elder Freeman, a giant of a man
  189. Thespian Donald Lacy talks Gary Webb, cocaine and the play, ‘Superheroes’
  190. The overturned conviction of the Angola 3’s Albert Woodfox is upheld in a unanimous d
  191. A silence that speaks: Ayotzinapa, the Zapatistas and the politics of listening
  192. Film & Freedom Academy Filmmaking Workshop Dec. 6-9 — Register by Nov. 24
  193. Affordable housing applications available for 1100 Ocean Ave., SF
  194. From the front lines in Ferguson: ‘We will go out hard’
  195. Ten illegal police actions to watch for in Ferguson
  196. Et tu, Brute? Haiti’s betrayal by Latin America
  197. Help me
  198. SF Housing Authority seeks Mechanical Engineering, Architectural, Structural Engineer
  199. More street trees for Bayview Hunters Point: Sign up by Jan. 21 for your tree
  200. Phil Taylor: ICTR celebrates 20 years of establishing impunity
  201. Golden State Giants football tryout Dec. 6
  202. Let’s talk About Ferguson
  203. Pack the courtroom for the Dallas 6
  204. Notice of EPA Workshop Nov. 17 on Hunters Point Shipyard and Yosemite Slough Superfun
  205. OPD hiring Police Officer Trainees at $5,058.40 per month
  206. Strip search: California sets a high price for visiting a loved one in prison
  207. Major law firm: Banning the Bay View from California prisons would violate the First
  208. Inside a CCA private prison: Two slaves for the price of one, Part Three
  209. On Saturday we march with our Congolese comrades against the politics of death
  210. Meet Gloria Rolando, on tour with her new film ‘Reembarque’ on Haitian farmworkers in
  211. Stop the regulations that would ban the Bay View from California prisons
  212. CBS Radio seeks Business Development Manager
  213. Advocates celebrate Prop. 47 victory against mass incarceration and war on drugs but
  214. Presidio Gate Apartments subsidized senior housing waiting list to open
  215. The African Diaspora Bazaar and Crafts Fair coming to Humanist Hall Nov. 29
  216. Elect David Campos, worthy successor to Tom Ammiano, the conscience of the California
  217. Prison assisted suicide – the Texas way
  218. Prop 47: We support it, but it’s complicated …
  219. Rwandan prisoner Victoire Ingabire takes case against Rwandan regime to international
  220. Wanda’s Picks for November 2014
  221. People of Burkina Faso drive Blaise Campaore from power
  222. Amerika don’t give a damn about women, so quit frontin’
  223. Public Defender Jeff Adachi headlines Bayview Legal’s Third Annual Gala Nov. 16
  224. Shine a light on Tehachapi, where CDCr has violated prisoners’ constitutional rights
  225. ‘Party People’
  226. CDCr issues SHU sentences illegally
  227. Breast cancer happens to real people, not abstractions on paper
  228. Elder Ronald and Roland Freeman, presente!
  229. Feminist group seeks part-time administrative assistant
  230. A village cannot be built in a jail: Why gender responsive is not gender justice
  231. NAAFRA: We need a youth hip-hop vanguard for change
  232. Third Street Stroll …
  233. Stop prison censorship! Submit comments by Nov. 10 on revised regulations misleadingl
  234. Another ‘Mumia Rule’
  235. Christopher Xavier Earl-Rockefeller wins Heroes and Legends Award
  236. City in the shadow of Chevron fights back: Vote Team Richmond
  237. Affordable housing applications available for 100 Van Ness studios, 1 & 2 bedrooms
  238. When it comes to solitary confinement, U.S. fails the mice standard
  239. Corrections Dept. agents bang on activist’s door at 8 a.m. over a postcard she wrote
  240. Will US policymakers review ‘Rwanda; The Untold Story’ before sending in the Marines?
  241. National Day of Action: It’s right to rebel!
  242. Abu Jihad: A living, fighting museum for prisoner movement affairs
  243. Woman prisoner reveals torture of children by police and juvenile authorities
  244. On racism, resistance and state violence: a discussion on the politics of greed and h
  245. The meaning of Black Media Appreciation Night 2014
  246. The official Michael Brown autopsy report doesn’t say what the St. Louis Post-Dispatc
  247. At Tehachapi, release from SHU means more solitary confinement
  248. Richmond: Obscene corporate spending!
  249. Suspicious death at San Francisco County Jail: They call it suicide – would you?
  250. BGI-Nibbi Pre-Bid Follow Up & Workshop for Alice Griffith Block 2 & 4