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  1. Rev. Pinkney: Why I’m charged with election fraud
  2. Haitian-Americans win long awaited visa program to reunite families
  3. Rachel Maddow: Chevron spends $1.3 million to buy Richmond election
  4. Kagame’s newspaper calls on the ICC to indict the BBC for ‘genocide denial’
  5. The truth and lies that targeted and convicted Sahara Fakhir, an Islamic activist
  6. Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe ’s ‘Traveling While Black’ at Brava through Oct. 26
  7. Gerald Perreira, chair of Black Consciousness Movement Guyana, refused entry to Jamai
  8. What is solitary confinement?
  9. Ebola, the African Union and bioeconomic warfare
  10. Bay View Voters Guide: It’s time to claim our political and economic power
  11. BGI-Nibbi outreach to Bayview Hunters Point for Alice Griffith Block 2 & 4
  12. Duvalier: Dead but not gone
  13. Oct. 14 take action to stop Pennsylvania’s ‘Gag Mumia and All Other Prisoners’ bill
  14. BBC asks ‘What really happened in Rwanda?’
  15. Cynthia McKinney on autism and Ferguson
  16. Solidarity had the might to move the mountain of prison torture that kept us isolated
  17. United States Ebola death raises questions about quality of care
  18. Wassup Nigglets!
  19. The Agreement to End Hostilities must be re-implemented in all California prison and
  20. Tehachapi SHU is the worst of any SHU, prison or jail I have seen in 23 years
  21. Joe Debro on racism in construction
  22. Still no resolution: an interview wit’ Sheikh Hashim Ali Alauddeen, the Imam of Malco
  23. Wanda’s Picks for October 2014
  24. Rwanda attacks political prisoner Victoire Ingabire’s family
  25. Public Defender, Quattrone Center to study consequences of race, justice in SF
  26. More Black people killed by police than were lynched during Jim Crow
  27. Jacqueline Hairston to receive Howard Thurman Award
  28. Governor veto of prosecutor misconduct bill criticized
  29. After many long years in solitary confinement, I’m just asking
  30. Da Cotton Pickas
  31. Sen. Holly Mitchell’s California Fair Sentencing Act, ending crack disparity, becomes
  32. California transfers Pelican Bay SHU prisoners to general population despite calling
  33. Oakland, thank God you haven’t lost your soul
  34. National Afrikan Amerikan Family Reunion Association brings families together to free
  35. ‘Why the U.S. Government Assassinated Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.’
  36. Unanimous vote renames Bayview Library for Linda Brooks-Burton
  37. California prisoner representatives: All people have the right to humane treatment wi
  38. Robert C. Fuentes, ‘poet, jailhouse lawyer and humanitarian in the hunger strikes,’ d
  39. Why did you shoot me?
  40. Join the #HandsUp mass mobilization in Ferguson Oct. 9-13
  41. SF community newspapers featured at Commonwealth Club forum
  42. Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law blasts proposed prison visitor strip s
  43. The future of streaming music: an interview wit’ Vaytus owner Aniefre Essien
  44. Treasure Island flooded with water, mold and radiation
  45. Mumia on the meaning of Ferguson
  46. 15 US lawmakers ask Haiti Senate to make way for mock elections
  47. Corcoran SHU prisoners start hunger strike for decent healthcare; support needed now
  48. Black man on a quest: an interview wit’ Life is Living organizer Hodari Davis
  49. Third Street Stroll …
  50. Former delivery boy, now poet, helps Bay View spread love and hope
  51. Zapata and the Zapatistas: Today’s continuing struggle
  52. Practice makes us better dads
  53. Nurses reject ‘independent’ panel on Doctor’s Medical Center as cover for real intent
  54. Activists renew urgent call for Ferguson police chief’s resignation after cops attack
  55. Amy Buckley in Mississippi prison: I will not give up until I receive the medical car
  56. SF Housing Authority seeks quotes for Lead Based Paint, Mold and Asbestos Removal
  57. Gov. Jerry Brown signs SB 1135, Prison Anti-Sterilization Bill
  58. Haiti: Where will the poor go?
  59. Unresolved hunger strike issues: Five Core Demands, 40 Supplemental Demands and CDCR’
  60. No charges in Ohio police killing of John Crawford as Wal-Mart video contradicts 911
  61. Stop the political persecution of Aristide and Fanmi Lavalas once and for all
  62. SFUSD holds Second Annual Family Empowerment Conference
  63. Africa Towns and Ujamaa Villages: an interview wit’ city planner, author and gardener
  64. Fire destroys Michael Brown memorial, some residents cry arson
  65. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation tries to fast track draconian
  66. Africa’s Ebola virus crisis: African technologists urge more robust technology-based
  67. Rwanda Day: Black faces of empire
  68. Lennar seeks landscape architectural firm for Candlestick Point streetscape
  69. Trapped on Treasure Island, Part Two: Treasure Island is a big bowl of jello
  70. Deadline to apply for Youth Leadership Academy extended to Sept. 24
  71. Trapped on Treasure Island, Part One: Yet another Treasure Island renter wrestles the
  72. ‘Color Struck’: an interview wit’ thespian and comedian Donald Lacy
  73. Applications Available for Affordable Homeownership at 8 Octavia, San Francisco
  74. Kagame started the genocide in Rwanda, then Congo
  75. Defining our empowerment fuels Black Media Appreciation Night 2014
  76. Myron Potier, legendary graphic designer to rappers and more
  77. Black Women’s Roundtable: Open letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
  78. SF Housing Authority seeks Electrical Engineer Consultant
  79. The red flag flies high again on prosecution in Michael Brown slaying
  80. As former Haitian President Aristide is placed on house arrest, supporters worldwide
  81. Why we should listen to the youth fury from Ferguson
  82. Digital undivide: New Google Flights finds the best airfare, schedule, wi-fi and othe
  83. Exposing a national crisis in Black mental health behind bars
  84. Justice for Michael Brown: Ferguson youth to shut down I-70 on Sept. 10
  85. Removing fraudulent debt
  86. Fathers in the classroom: Everybody benefits
  87. Vote for natural grass soccer fields, not toxic artificial turf
  88. What they don't want US .. U and ME to see
  89. The Art of Mothering: an interview wit’ doula Gingi Allen
  90. UNIA at 100
  91. Black Media Appreciation Night 2014 this Saturday, Sept. 13
  92. Power concedes nothing, Part 2: a discussion on retaliation, censorship and fascism i
  93. Revolutionary education for our youth: Homefulness runs a summer camp and opens a sch
  94. ‘Motown the Musical’
  95. Leaving Pelican Bay SHU, I’m a pup in a brand new world
  96. Culture shock! Leaving Skeleton Bay after decades in solitary
  97. Wanda’s Picks for September 2014
  98. Third Street Stroll …
  99. ISIS vs U.S Police Terrorism
  100. Dr. Mutulu Shakur on Tupac: Fight for the legacy
  101. Ammiano’s bill on prosecutor misconduct goes to governor
  102. Keeping my eyes on the prize
  103. Ferguson lit the fuse
  104. Doing It For Ourselves, free 9-week health education support group for older lesbian,
  105. Second genocide in Rwanda? Slow, silent, systematic?
  106. Ending hostilities means no more violence on the yards – period!
  107. Uncle Bobby in Ferguson, supporting the most fearless youth of our generation
  108. Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa: Worse than Pelican Bay
  109. University of San Francisco seeks Staff Psychologist
  110. UCAN kicks off new school year with 10-city HBCU college recruitment tour
  111. The lessons of Ferguson, Part One: Economic inequality a root cause of unrest
  112. Talking about Liberty Hall and Net Neutrality wit’ Oakland mayoral candidate Jason An
  113. Another dead teenager: Only in solidarity will we ever get back what’s been taken fro
  114. Hands up! Don’t shoot: The genocidal killing of Michael Brown
  115. Thousands attend funeral of Michael Brown
  116. Why Ferguson is the Congo
  117. On the Little League World Series, Jackie Robinson West and Michael Brown
  118. Minister Louis Farrakhan was a COINTELPRO Penetration Agent
  119. No justice and no peace
  120. Rod Starz of Rebel Diaz: Ten important observations to know about Ferguson
  121. PFLP salutes the Black struggle in the US: The empire will fall from within
  122. Swinerton invites small subcontractors & suppliers to bid on Transbay Block 9
  123. Mike Brown appears to have paid for those cigars
  124. US-Israeli terrorism blocked at the Port of Oakland
  125. Bloomberg seeks Ad Sales Manager for new SF radio station
  126. From Ferguson to Gaza, we charge genocide
  127. SB 260: Don’t deny yourself a chance at life
  128. Richmond unites to fight hospital closure by filing federal lawsuit against responsib
  129. San Francisco YouthWorks is hiring for the 2014-2015 school year
  130. ‘Motown the Musical’ rocking the Bay Aug. 19-Sept. 28
  131. How the Navy made Treasure Island a radiation dump, then promised to clean it up and
  132. Stop the attacks on former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and the Lavalas M
  133. Israel-trained police ‘occupy’ Missouri after killing of Black youth
  134. ‘Birth of a New Breed’: an interview wit’ rhyme slayer Ms. Incredible aka TaLea Monet
  135. Ariana grande North African
  136. SB 892: Letter from four main reps at Pelican Bay to California legislators
  137. Unarmed Black man, Ezell Ford, murdered by police in Los Angeles
  138. To win justice for Michael Brown, send the Black press to Ferguson, Missouri
  139. AHF Oakland Wellness Center*adds days, extends hours to fight HIV & STDs
  140. US Postal Service now hiring in SF Bay Area, $15.30 to start
  141. Richmond Progressive Alliance mayoral candidate Mike Parker withdraws, throws support
  142. Black Caucus: #StandWithKeith Ellison to end Gaza blockade
  143. Police murder unarmed, fleeing Michael Brown, 18, in St. Louis suburb
  144. Black and female in higher education: Professors stand alone against hate crimes
  145. Stop the ethnic cleansing of Palestine
  146. Killer of Renisha McBride convicted on all counts
  147. Biopsy results released for Imam Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown)
  148. ‘Sweet & Lovely’: an interview wit’ vocalist Meres-Sia Gabriel
  149. Daniel Saenz, shot while handcuffed
  150. SF County Transportation Authority seeks Computer Network and Maintenance Services
  151. SF Housing Authority seeks Elevator Modernization at Five Sites
  152. Lottery applications available for Wilson Building, 7 affordable apartments at 973 Ma
  153. Palestine, not ‘Israel’
  154. Chevron’s Richmond Refinery expansion permitted with no funds for Doctors Hospital
  155. Schwartz means black
  156. The battle for Net Neutrality: an interview wit’ journalist Davey D
  157. To the late great Freedom Fighter Yuri Kochiyama, salute!
  158. From the Keystone State to the Golden State: The need for a national movement to libe
  159. Black Power Media News Interviews & Community Website
  160. Grand Jury investigates Santa Cruz County Jail deaths
  161. Bayview Legal’s 1st annual Summer Benefit Concert Aug. 16
  162. Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 6
  163. Wanda’s Picks for August 2014
  164. Third Street Stroll …
  165. What’s next for Marcus Book Store?
  166. Oakland’s native daughter: an interview wit’ thespian and playwright Anita Woodley
  167. Black August Memorial, Black August Resistance
  168. Digital undivide: Dodging online scams
  169. Free all political prisoners: National Jericho Movement Conference, new effort to fre
  170. Angola warden ponders releasing Zulu from 35 years in solitary – but he’s a Panther
  171. James Baldwin’s visit to Bayview Hunters Point: Racism, censorship and a vision of de
  172. The unholy alliance between Belize and Israel: A commentary for freedom
  173. The T-shirt warrior: an interview with Chris Zamani, founder of the Hapo Zamani Za Ka
  174. ‘Mass Incarceration on Trial’
  175. Oakland City Council postpones vote on WOSP gentrification scheme
  176. BMAGIC to distribute backpacks, uniforms to Bayview kids
  177. Chess vs. checkers
  178. The Sandy Agee story, Part Two: We love Treasure Island, but we don’t want to die
  179. A new life for Sundial Park
  180. Connecting the dots throughout the world leading to economic empowerment
  181. Stop the McFarland GEO women’s prison!
  182. Rally to stop wrongful convictions planned in Louisiana
  183. Survivors of Black Wall Street race riot still haven’t received any reparations
  184. Medical ‘care’ at Soledad is degrading … and lethal
  185. ‘Kill Team,’ the mind state imperialism breeds
  186. Special assignment: George Jackson funeral
  187. 8th annual Leimert Park Village Book Fair Aug. 9 in Los Angeles
  188. Child refugees: When children are ‘the enemy’
  189. California’s death penalty is cruel, unusual and ‘arbitrary’
  190. Pennsylvania hunger striker: I’m in search of a voice to help me bring light to our s
  191. Umoja African Festival returns
  192. Free Security Guard Training for Veterans
  193. Will current clinical trial mean the end of sickle cell disease?
  194. Mary Ellen Pleasant, California’s Mother of Civil Rights, and her partner meet again
  195. Hundreds of protestors flood Detroit streets to protest water shut-offs
  196. Inside a CCA private prison: Two slaves for the price of one, Part Two
  197. Trail for Humanity: Mothers and children walk from Merced to the border
  198. Racism in San Francisco County Jail
  199. CBS Radio seeks Sales Coordinator
  200. Cypress Security seeks Accountant
  201. From Gaza with pain – and dignity
  202. Using Twitter to challenge Twitter on workforce inclusion-diversity data
  203. Eric Garner, father of 6, killed in chokehold by NYPD for selling untaxed cigarettes
  204. SF Housing Authority seeks Lead Paint, Mold & Asbestos Contractor Service
  205. Bigoted bullying at Richmond City Council meetings aims to end progressive leadership
  206. Economic Empowerment Idea
  207. In memory of Andy Lopez: Turn a negative into a positive
  208. Doesn’t the Navy know the Boys and Girls Club left toxic Treasure Island?
  209. Imam Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown) transferred to Butner Federal Medical Center, N.C.
  210. ‘Virunga’ documents Congo battle pitting gorillas against greed over ocean of oil
  211. Kenneth Harding Jr.: Three years after SFPD murdered my son, just demonizing, no just
  212. The Fall of Egypt as the Catalyst for the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
  213. CBS Radio seeks Account Executive
  214. ‘The 12 O’Clock Boys’ screens July 17 in Matatu Film Festival
  215. Federal judge strikes down California’s death penalty
  216. Guantánamo nurse refused to participate in ‘criminal’ force-feedings
  217. Poetry returns to Oakland: The Golden Stair
  218. To celebrate the movement: The California prisoner hunger strike one year later
  219. Andy Lopez inspires the people to rise up, to defend! educate! resist!
  220. Wanda’s Picks for July 2014
  221. Gaza: Nowhere to run
  222. Justice sought for Black woman savagely beaten by CHP officer
  223. 10 arrested blocking trucks sent to shutoff water services in Detroit
  224. Prisoners and advocates commemorate the one-year anniversary of the hunger strike by
  225. Events worldwide commemorate mass California hunger strike first anniversary
  226. Comedian Leroy Stanfield talks Stop the Violence and Oakland Comedy Superfest Weekend
  227. Supporters demand political prisoner Imam Jamil (H. Rap Brown), diagnosed with rare c
  228. Largest hunger strike in history: California prisoners speak out on first anniversary
  229. SF Housing Authority seeks bids for Fire Alarm Upgrades
  230. SF Housing Authority seeks bids for Elevator Modernization at Five Sites
  231. Meet Tawana Williams, motivational speaker born without arms, author of ‘Unarmed But
  232. Sixty-five million left out of July 4 celebration
  233. Early childhood education: Look both ways and watch out for the police
  234. Mosso SF offers new affordable homes for rent in San Francisco
  235. Jury denies damages to father of Oscar Grant
  236. Frisco’s dynamic duo: an interview wit’ gallery owner, organizer and media-maker Melo
  237. Hunters Point to Treasure Island: From the frying pan into the fire
  238. Third Street Stroll …
  239. Lower Bottom Playaz present August Wilson’s ‘Two Trains Running’
  240. Yuri Kochiyama: A life in struggle
  241. Happy Birthday, Ms. Verlie Mae Pickens!
  242. Campos, Adachi and tenant advocates seek right to legal representation for any tenant
  243. Open arts in Bayview Hunters Point
  244. Outlaw to walk free July 14
  245. Bayview Foundation wins 2014 SF Peacemaker Award
  246. Houston needs a civilian review board – but Texas needs much more!
  247. Noose hung on Recology worker’s job
  248. Pianist Stephanie Woodford, 18, one of 173 worldwide chosen to attend Grammy Camp
  249. Eviction attorney Charles Ramsey wants to be Richmond’s next mayor
  250. Calipatria riots need to cease and unity needs to spread