View Full Version : Open Forum

Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [8] 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

  1. Special assignment: George Jackson funeral
  2. 8th annual Leimert Park Village Book Fair Aug. 9 in Los Angeles
  3. Child refugees: When children are ‘the enemy’
  4. California’s death penalty is cruel, unusual and ‘arbitrary’
  5. Pennsylvania hunger striker: I’m in search of a voice to help me bring light to our s
  6. Umoja African Festival returns
  7. Free Security Guard Training for Veterans
  8. Will current clinical trial mean the end of sickle cell disease?
  9. Mary Ellen Pleasant, California’s Mother of Civil Rights, and her partner meet again
  10. Hundreds of protestors flood Detroit streets to protest water shut-offs
  11. Inside a CCA private prison: Two slaves for the price of one, Part Two
  12. Trail for Humanity: Mothers and children walk from Merced to the border
  13. Racism in San Francisco County Jail
  14. CBS Radio seeks Sales Coordinator
  15. Cypress Security seeks Accountant
  16. From Gaza with pain – and dignity
  17. Using Twitter to challenge Twitter on workforce inclusion-diversity data
  18. Eric Garner, father of 6, killed in chokehold by NYPD for selling untaxed cigarettes
  19. SF Housing Authority seeks Lead Paint, Mold & Asbestos Contractor Service
  20. Bigoted bullying at Richmond City Council meetings aims to end progressive leadership
  21. Economic Empowerment Idea
  22. In memory of Andy Lopez: Turn a negative into a positive
  23. Doesn’t the Navy know the Boys and Girls Club left toxic Treasure Island?
  24. Imam Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown) transferred to Butner Federal Medical Center, N.C.
  25. ‘Virunga’ documents Congo battle pitting gorillas against greed over ocean of oil
  26. Kenneth Harding Jr.: Three years after SFPD murdered my son, just demonizing, no just
  27. The Fall of Egypt as the Catalyst for the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
  28. CBS Radio seeks Account Executive
  29. ‘The 12 O’Clock Boys’ screens July 17 in Matatu Film Festival
  30. Federal judge strikes down California’s death penalty
  31. Guantánamo nurse refused to participate in ‘criminal’ force-feedings
  32. Poetry returns to Oakland: The Golden Stair
  33. To celebrate the movement: The California prisoner hunger strike one year later
  34. Andy Lopez inspires the people to rise up, to defend! educate! resist!
  35. Wanda’s Picks for July 2014
  36. Gaza: Nowhere to run
  37. Justice sought for Black woman savagely beaten by CHP officer
  38. 10 arrested blocking trucks sent to shutoff water services in Detroit
  39. Prisoners and advocates commemorate the one-year anniversary of the hunger strike by
  40. Events worldwide commemorate mass California hunger strike first anniversary
  41. Comedian Leroy Stanfield talks Stop the Violence and Oakland Comedy Superfest Weekend
  42. Supporters demand political prisoner Imam Jamil (H. Rap Brown), diagnosed with rare c
  43. Largest hunger strike in history: California prisoners speak out on first anniversary
  44. SF Housing Authority seeks bids for Fire Alarm Upgrades
  45. SF Housing Authority seeks bids for Elevator Modernization at Five Sites
  46. Meet Tawana Williams, motivational speaker born without arms, author of ‘Unarmed But
  47. Sixty-five million left out of July 4 celebration
  48. Early childhood education: Look both ways and watch out for the police
  49. Mosso SF offers new affordable homes for rent in San Francisco
  50. Jury denies damages to father of Oscar Grant
  51. Frisco’s dynamic duo: an interview wit’ gallery owner, organizer and media-maker Melo
  52. Hunters Point to Treasure Island: From the frying pan into the fire
  53. Third Street Stroll …
  54. Lower Bottom Playaz present August Wilson’s ‘Two Trains Running’
  55. Yuri Kochiyama: A life in struggle
  56. Happy Birthday, Ms. Verlie Mae Pickens!
  57. Campos, Adachi and tenant advocates seek right to legal representation for any tenant
  58. Open arts in Bayview Hunters Point
  59. Outlaw to walk free July 14
  60. Bayview Foundation wins 2014 SF Peacemaker Award
  61. Houston needs a civilian review board – but Texas needs much more!
  62. Noose hung on Recology worker’s job
  63. Pianist Stephanie Woodford, 18, one of 173 worldwide chosen to attend Grammy Camp
  64. Eviction attorney Charles Ramsey wants to be Richmond’s next mayor
  65. Calipatria riots need to cease and unity needs to spread
  66. ‘We are hiding out with no water’: Detroit privatizers deny poor people their right t
  67. Candlestick Heights Phase 2, 19 4-bedroom affordable units, applications available
  68. Saluting Delores Hearring, one of Bayview’s oldest residents, as she turns 100
  69. The Death Penalty: Killing in the name of God is the ultimate act of blasphemy
  70. Leonard Peltier, my cellmate: Simple man with a big vision
  71. Leonard Peltier after 39 years in prison: Live to make our children proud
  72. Jackson Rising launches Cooperation Jackson to end economic exclusion and build commu
  73. Mississippi Freedom Summer Youth Congress: Once again youth are the swinging fist
  74. Attorney Anne Butterfield Weills: ‘Obscenity’ regs show ‘CDCR views many of its priso
  75. Lottery applications available for Gantry, 18 affordable apartments in San Francisco
  76. ‘Madagascar Made’: an interview wit’ author and photographer TaSin Sabir
  77. The story behind the 2015 California Budget Act
  78. Last Menard hunger striker calls for a new generation of warriors
  79. At Sista’s Place, Troy Williams finds the liberty and justice he was denied for 27.5
  80. Kevin Weston, maker of media-makers
  81. Who gets to choose? Coerced sterilization in California prisons
  82. Don’t let Ohio execute Keith LaMar (Bomani Shakur), framed and innocent on death row
  83. Free Imam Jamil Al-Amin! His wife, attorney Karima Al-Amin, tells of the US’ 47-year
  84. Some questions, hopefully not too annoying.
  85. Berkeley parents rally for*equity for Black students
  86. Saint Paul Tabernacle Baptist Church Seeking a Pastor
  87. Court rules Human Rights Coalition’s prison censorship lawsuit can move forward
  88. From Palestine to Pelican Bay, prisoners and their loved ones fight for justice and f
  89. Brazil: Who is the World Cup for?
  90. CURB responds to Legislature’s compromise Corrections budget deal
  91. Intensified mail censorship a failed attempt to put new twist on Death Row SHU experi
  92. Opposition to new prison censorship rules comes from The Netherlands
  93. Major law firm opposes new rules that could ban the Bay View from all California pris
  94. CDCr counterpunch: New rules designed to silence prison protest
  95. At SF Black Film Festival, new doc sheds light on race in Cuba
  96. Treasure Island’s mold monster, Part 2: Damian shows how*renters can get what they wa
  97. 2Pac Birthday Tribute June 14
  98. The people fight the lies of e-RAD-ication and No HOPE
  99. Digital undivide: Losing customers to the web? Find your niche
  100. A Quest for Democracy in Sacramento
  101. ?The human cost of rising rents in Richmond
  102. Third Street Stroll …
  103. Menard hunger strikers’ message of solidarity with conscious captives nationwide
  104. Treasure Island and Hunters Point Shipyard unfit for human habitation
  105. Africa’s betrayal by African leaders
  106. Treasure Island’s mold monster
  107. KPFA’s new am host and US wars in Africa
  108. SF DocFest: 13th Annual San Francisco Documentary Festival, June 5-19
  109. The second coming: Comedienne and actress Rain Pryor speaks
  110. Fleetwood’s ‘I Just Wanna Ball’ will be featured at the SF Black Film Fest this year
  111. Who is Dan Siegel? Tracy Rosenberg speaks
  112. Discussing ‘The Young Oscar Micheaux’ wit’ filmmaker Jamie Walker
  113. Fight new prison censorship rules proposed by CDCr
  114. Hundreds of California prisoners in isolation to join class action lawsuit
  115. Californians gaining momentum against prison and jail expansion
  116. Robyn Charles’ ‘Fingerprints’ is selected to screen at the SFBFF this month
  117. Five affordable 1-bedroom condos available in Western Addition
  118. Texas prison officials and medical staff kill prisoners and move to silence witnesses
  119. Black success begins at City College of San Francisco
  120. Heal Nick Hinkins!
  121. Community struggle, resiliency and determination at San Francisco’s Midtown Park Apar
  122. San Francisco, your poems are eviction notices
  123. Humiliation and loss: Mass cell searches at Corcoran SHU
  124. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 5
  125. Free Kunta Kinta Green: When someone is innocent, it’s everyone’s business
  126. Open letter to American universities that invited Kagame to speak
  127. A woman called Maya
  128. We interrupt this program: Prison censorship of TV news
  129. Retired federal judge concludes court should reverse and remand or dismiss IRP6 convi
  130. Tribute to Mabel Robinson Williams (1931-2014): Mabel and Robert F. Williams led a ca
  131. Stop the censorship! Restore the Urban Dreams website!
  132. SFCTA seeks Treasure Island Mobility Management Program System Manager
  133. Oakland Unified School District bans lessons on MLK and Mumia: Demand they restore th
  134. On strike since Marikana Massacre, hungry workers cut production of world’s platinum
  135. Tyrend Goins wants family to know he is innocent
  136. The San Francisco Black Film Festival is back
  137. The first Memorial Day was Black
  138. Desecration of Marcus Books! Sweis family declares holy war against Blacks in San Fra
  139. Senior Housing, 129 Golden Gate, San Francisco, applications available May 20 – June
  140. Open letter to Assemblyman Tom Ammiano from prisoners in solitary confinement in Corc
  141. Open letter to Sen. Loni Hancock from prisoners in solitary confinement in Corcoran S
  142. Mayor Lee uses San Francisco Human Rights Commission to discriminate against Blacks
  143. Berkeley-based filmmaker Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi releases new film about Cuban musicians
  144. Black AIDS Institute strongly condemns Donald Sterling’s bigotry
  145. PG&E, Ed Lee and the SFPUC v. clean energy
  146. March and Rally for Equity in Education: Parents of Black students in Berkeley public
  147. Child sentenced to 227 years – is it justice?
  148. We are allowing our money to be used as a weapon of war against us
  149. Judge orders US government to halt force-feeding of Guantánamo prisoner and preserve
  150. Video shows officer kicking handcuffed 13-year-old for opening a window
  151. Rwanda: Absolute power at any price
  152. Kitchen Cabinets UK
  153. Activists mobilize against California’s proposed $500 million jail expansion
  154. Ammiano: Accreditation body must give City College more time
  155. The quality of education
  156. Ras Baraka, Amiri Baraka’s son, becomes mayor of Newark by earning it
  157. Marcus Books: The wealth-hoarders and land-stealers change the locks on Black history
  158. Review Board suggests Pelican Bay prisoner stop political writing for favorable place
  159. Nigeria: Abduction of students sparks outrage while imperialists pour in
  160. Texas Gov. Perry asked to stop tomorrow’s execution of intellectually disabled Robert
  161. Mothers of hope
  162. Free Summer Algebra Institute for Grades 7-9 in Hunters Point: Register by June 3
  163. Justice Committee co-chairs call for funding priorities change to ease prison crowdin
  164. Stupid Shit White People Say - Episode 3 (It's not okay to help your own people)
  165. SB 892 and AB 1652: Pelican Bay prisoner representatives speak to the California Asse
  166. Antonio Guillen: May Day message to the working class people of the world from Pelica
  167. Skepticism growing toward ‘twin tunnels’ project: Gov. Brown’s Bay Delta Conservation
  168. Ras Baraka, son of famed poet Amiri Baraka, fights a historic tide in Newark mayoral
  169. New proposed censorship rules mean more torture for California prisoners in solitary
  170. Shining a light on the historic moment: Reflections on prison isolation and the strug
  171. Fatherhood: Nap time, the phrase no child wants to hear
  172. Third Street Stroll …
  173. Prisoners and advocacy groups oppose Sen. Loni Hancock’s prison reform bill, SB 892
  174. Digital undivide: Keep your batteries charged and techies on your board
  175. Warren Jordan refuses to ‘step down’ after 41 years in solitary
  176. The National Afrikan-Amerikan Family Reunion Association: NAAFRA Time
  177. O-beast-ity
  178. Got scientists? Double Rock do!
  179. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 4
  180. Standing our ground: reproductive justice for Marissa Alexander
  181. PG&E vs. the people and the planet: John Avalos to the rescue
  182. SF public housing privatization threatens tenants and union workers
  183. Pelican Bay update: What change?
  184. Remembering the Hurricane: Rubin Carter
  185. NEMA opens application period for Mid-Market Affordable Rental Homes
  186. Racism sin vergüenza in the Venezuelan counter-revolution
  187. Lawyers Guild honors prison hunger strikers
  188. Donald Sterling’s willing enablers
  189. A Caribbean obsession: The United States’ endless campaign to destabilize Cuba
  190. Kagame’s charm offensive in American universities
  191. Send us your drawings of degrading places
  192. SF Housing Authority seeks Video Surveillance Systems for Potrero
  193. Chokwe Antar Lumumba doesn’t need City Hall to lead Jackson, Miss., into new era
  194. From a cage comes wise advice as Richmond considers forming Youth Council
  195. Anasa, a Black yoga studio in Oakland: an interview wit’ founders Jean-Marie Moore an
  196. South Africa: Don’t vote for these messiahs
  197. Civil rights fighter Rev. Pinkney arrested on trumped-up charges of election fraud fo
  198. From Marikana, South Africa, to Oakland, California: The struggle for workers’ power
  199. Treasure Island whistleblower fighting retaliatory eviction
  200. I am the US economy – from prison to the streets
  201. Arturo Castellanos’ update on Pelican Bay’s response to hunger strike demands – posit
  202. Retaliation against hunger strikers at Menard – windows blocked, strikers beaten – Ca
  203. Degentrification Zones, a poor people-led plan to take back this stolen and gentrifie
  204. Kagame visit should not go without scrutiny
  205. Author of ‘The Bay Area’s Brooklyn Bridge’ Chris the Fifth speaks from behind enemy l
  206. The peace that wasn’t: Rwanda 20 years after the genocide
  207. UN Human Rights Committee finds US in violation on 25 counts
  208. Apply to be an apprentice plumber, steamfitter, refrigeration and air conditioning me
  209. Voice from Menard: Chicago’s racist war against Blacks and Latinos continues in Illin
  210. Coalition opposes all proposals to expand California jails and prisons
  211. France and Rwanda hostile after Kagame accuses France of genocide planning
  212. We are relying on the legislature to rein in CDCR’s gross abuse of power, this year
  213. Redouble our efforts …
  214. Visual artist Eesuu speaks on his new body of work, ‘Sugar 2.0’
  215. Free performance of ‘Every Five Minutes’ at Laney College Saturday
  216. Rwanda 2014: 24 years after the Ugandan invasion
  217. ‘The Trials of Muhammad Ali’
  218. Our historical obligation: to pursue the total liberation of all oppressed people
  219. Memphis leads nation in use of deadly force by police, activists charge
  220. Rapper Soul performs downtown at Oakland Music Crawl Festival this weekend
  221. A family destroyed by eviction
  222. SF CTA seeks bids for Folsom and Fremont Street Off-Ramp Realignment Project
  223. For your college success, City College and SF State offer award-winning Metro Academi
  224. California moves to curb solitary confinement
  225. Menard hunger strikers still fighting to be treated like human beings
  226. 24 hours: What you do with them is up to you
  227. Chillin’ wit’ Turnd Up Radio owner DJ X-1 of KPOO
  228. San Franciscans of color encouraged to apply to join Civil Grand Jury to investigate
  229. ‘PURPLE: A Circus Tribute to Prince’: an interview with circus artist and show produc
  230. Women prisoners plead for help
  231. Treasure Island radiation cleanup Subsite 6: Fires to put out fires
  232. Treasure Island Subsite 31: The Chernobyl trees at Mordor
  233. Treasure Island: Pandemonium at Halyburton Court
  234. Site 12, Treasure Island’s toxic bullets: Someone’s about to get hit!
  235. Wanda’s Picks for April 2014
  236. Systemic racism and abuse of Black student at St. Charles Borromeo School goes to tri
  237. Public Safety Committee to hear Ammiano’s solitary confinement bill
  238. Who killed the Hutu? Remembering the Rwandan Genocide
  239. SF CTA RFP for Planning and Engineering 19th Avenue/M-Ocean View Project
  240. Chokwe Lumumba: Dare to struggle, dare to win!
  241. Rwandan Genocide Commemoration clouded by Rwandan president’s criminality
  242. Third Street Stroll …
  243. Exchanging her wheelbarrow for a wheelchair, Eunice Atim in Uganda finds education st
  244. We’re sick and tired of being locked out
  245. Technology talk: Say goodbye to Windows XP
  246. ‘Set Me Free’: an interview wit’ screenwriter and director Big Spence
  247. San Francisco YouthWorks is hiring for the 2014 summer session! Apply by April 11
  248. EPA selects cleanup plan for Yosemite Slough
  249. Dream of Oya
  250. Step Down Program: Orwell’s story come true