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  1. Proven innocent: The case of Bobby McClelland
  2. Power concedes nothing: A discussion on CDCr’s insidious regulatory semantics and jud
  3. SFPD-enforced gentrification killed Alex Nieto
  4. Richmond to have highest minimum wage in California
  5. Take our Obamacare survey – after you sign up by Monday
  6. The current state of recycling
  7. Will Navy’s radiological survey of homes on Treasure Island mean evicting 2,600 resid
  8. The hearts of warriors
  9. Richmond Vice Mayor Jovanka Beckles: Victories we can be excited about
  10. Pelican Bay earthquake prompts double locking of cells, reveals need for united front
  11. San Franciscans of color encouraged to apply for the Civil Grand Jury, which investig
  12. Health is wealth: an interview wit’ Soca dance teacher Nakeya Murray
  13. Blood in my pen
  14. Rainbow PUSH Coalition launches new Digital Inclusion initiative in Silicon Valley
  15. Papa Bear’s final report: ‘A lot of people are dying’ on Frisco streets
  16. Sankofa one hundred percent
  17. Panther unleashed
  18. Rwanda’s ambassador to bring legally enforced history to Sonoma State University
  19. CBS Radio seeks Sales Coordinator
  20. Marikana land occupation wins important victory in Cape Town High Court
  21. Striking Georgia prisoners name names, allege sexual abuse, ongoing threats and maltr
  22. ‘Til Infinity’: filmmaker of Souls of Mischief doc speaks on Oakland International Fi
  23. Support Chokwe Antar Lumumba for mayor of Jackson, Miss.
  24. Hunger strikes spread to Texas detention center
  25. Major reform of solitary confinement introduced in California Senate
  26. Feedback from Menard hunger strikers on noise demonstration: ‘Never stop beating your
  27. Ending musical chair politics in Oakland: an interview with Oakland mayoral candidate
  28. ‘12 Years a Slave’: What happened to slave rebellion?
  29. Haiti is not for sale
  30. ‘Toussaint L’Ouverture’ headlines the Oakland International Film Festival – April 3-6
  31. No mo’ Fillmo’: African Americans excluded, ignored and disregarded by SFHA
  32. David and Goliath fight: Taking on the largest US home lender, Wells Fargo
  33. What is happening in Venezuela?
  34. Muni is hiring drivers — apply March 12-14 only
  35. The new Freedom Ride: Black families, youth, elders and ancestors sing spirit into SF
  36. Greenagers paid internships for Southeast San Francisco youth: Apply by March 28
  37. Looking at the life of freedom fighter Obi Egbuna Sr.
  38. 100% College Prep: Fostering successful youth in the Bayview
  39. Behind the flash mob attack on Obama’s civil rights nominee Debo Adegbile
  40. How and why did Chokwe Lumumba die?
  41. Performing Arts Scholarships from Congressional Black Caucus Spouses
  42. Randy Weston’s ‘Roots of the Blues’
  43. Political prisoner Marshall Eddie Conway released after 44 years
  44. Wanda’s Picks for March 2014
  45. Calling for ABOLITION of solitary confinement
  46. Carol Ruth Silver’s ‘Freedom Rider Diary: Smuggled Notes from Parchman Prison’
  47. Radioactive burn pit found near Treasure Island home
  48. Radioactive object found in Treasure Island resident’s front yard
  49. Oakstop joins the fight against gentrification in Oakland: an interview with founder
  50. Treasure Island is radioactive
  51. Treasure Island is toxic: an introduction
  52. Inside a CCA private prison: Two slaves for the price of one
  53. San Francisco could face $32 million loss from African American tourism boycott
  54. ‘The Ghosts of March 21’: an interview wit’ filmmaker Sam Stoker
  55. A global threat: Fukushima fallout damaged the thyroids of California babies
  56. Third Street Stroll …
  57. 50 reasons we should fear the worst from Fukushima
  58. The vacant housing option for squatting in Oakland
  59. ‘Condemned’ by Keith LaMar (Bomani Shakur)
  60. Loong overdue-Spike Lee opens fire on white supremacist gentrification
  61. Lawmakers bludgeon the food stamp program
  62. They’ve done their time, now let them vote
  63. California’s most dangerous Security Threat Group
  64. It’s about time for The Lumpen
  65. A mother’s cry
  66. Mardi Gras San Francisco Style kicks off in Fillmore Plaza
  67. Black and thinking of moving to San Francisco? Don’t do it!
  68. Jackson Mayor Chokwe Lumumba dies
  69. How torture is inflicted on prisoners in solitary confinement
  70. CBS Radio seeks Program Director and Receptionist
  71. Public housing privatization and Ellis Act evictions are stealing our homes, our live
  72. Marching for Madame Victoire 20 years after the Rwandan Genocide
  73. Chevron joins news publisher wars in Richmond
  74. Social consciousness, prison struggle and perseverance: a personal account
  75. ‘Ujamaa Village,’ an old idea revisited: Black towns!
  76. Hunger strike representative: Resist, resist and liberate
  77. KCSM’s ‘Announcer of the Year’ Greg Bridges in his own words
  78. The Richmond Housing Authority crisis and the big picture – connecting the dots
  79. CDCR still fabricates evidence, so what’s our Plan B to free the people?
  80. Jackson Rising: Building the city of the future today
  81. Find and rate social services online with One Degree
  82. San Francisco housing squeeze disparately impacts African Americans
  83. Russell Maroon Shoatz released from solitary confinement – first time in general popu
  84. ‘The Black Arts Movement and Its Influences’ conference hits UC Merced Feb. 28-March
  85. Three Black History Month scholarships: deadline to apply Feb. 28
  86. Apply for new affordable apartments at 1180 4th St., San Francisco, until March 5
  87. Top five secrets of the prison industry.
  88. Georgia prisoners on hunger strike since Feb. 9
  89. At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy Scholarship
  90. Hands off Venezuela! Stop right-wing violence
  91. ‘Team Richmond’ will continue decade of progress
  92. Fatherhood: I am my brother’s keeper
  93. Support Sonoma State University student rights for an affordable public college educa
  94. Santeria and ebo
  95. Martial Sciences
  96. Jordan Davis verdict: Failure to convict Michael Dunn of first degree murder a traves
  97. Flush the TPP!
  98. Broad coalition responds to 2-year extension on prison overcrowding case
  99. Chicagoans brave cold to rally in support of Menard hunger strikers
  100. Jasper, Texas: Feds to investigate death of Black dad whose mutilation was called ‘ac
  101. Princeton University offers free summer journalism program, deadline to apply Feb. 21
  102. Solitary confinement, CDCR get slammed at legislative hearings; Ammiano files bill to
  103. Toxic threats to people of color: Environmental justice leaders meet in Denver Feb. 1
  104. Pelican Bay Short Corridor Human Rights Movement: Banned testimony of the four main p
  105. Black history of 504 sit-in for disability rights: More than serving food – when will
  106. The crime of Ellis Act evictions
  107. For release from SHU, California requires cognitive restructuring – decades of good b
  108. Seven months after historic California prison hunger strike, opponents of solitary co
  109. Solitary confinement hearing Feb. 11: Support the prisoner-led movement and their fam
  110. Brightline joins Midtown residents and ALRP to file the biggest rent control petition
  111. Sonoma State University president seeks to impose new $500 annual fee on all students
  112. Ten points about college hoops All-American Marcus Smart pushing a ‘fan’
  113. Menard hunger strikers refusing water until face-to-face hearings begin
  114. Dan Gertler flips DR Congo’s Atlantic Coast oil rights for huge gain
  115. SF Rec and Park to Hire 426 Youth Workers
  116. Menard hunger strikers cheered by protesters, threatened by staff
  117. Wanda’s Picks for February 2014
  118. Oakland: Mother loses her only children to gun; in the same month.
  119. Third Street Stroll …
  120. Marcus Garvey, the African Union, the African Diaspora
  121. Midtown residents fight potential displacement
  122. Amiri Baraka: Poet on fire (1934-2014)
  123. Formerly Incarcerated People’s Policy Academy launches in Los Angeles
  124. Shit White People Do - "You Should Call Yourself American!"
  125. Golden State Giants football is back: an interview wit’ Golden State Giants President
  126. Sekou Odinga and Dequi Kioni-Sadiki: Marriage in a prison visiting room
  127. Joe Debro on racism in construction: A study of the manpower implications of small bu
  128. Marcus Books launches ‘Keep It Lit’ campaign and vows to remain a lighthouse for our
  129. Kev Choice releases soon to be classic ‘Oakland Riviera’
  130. Block Report: Plots, plans and campaigns
  131. John Stewart management evicts cancer surgery patient for having care provider
  132. California Homeless Bill of Rights: ‘We’re coming back and back till we get this thin
  133. Censorship behind the walls
  134. We stand with our sister: Stop the attacks on Myrlande Liberis-Pavert and the Lavalas
  135. Mission Statement of the Pelican Bay Human Rights Movement First Amendment Campaign
  136. Appeals court rules 7,000 New Orleans teachers unfairly laid off post-Katrina
  137. Our people – our evolution: ‘Emmett Till: An American Hero’
  138. Andy Lopez coalition blasts DA Ravitch and SRPD for refusal to release report or indi
  139. Declining a deal with the devil: Coercive journaling required to ‘step down’ from sol
  140. The rich ride for free, the po’ get po’liced: Mayor Lee orders Muni sweeps
  141. Richmond’s people to people delegation: How beautiful is Cuba!
  142. Party with Bluesman Augusta Collins at the African American Museum and Library in Oak
  143. How the discovery of COINTELPRO saved me from prison
  144. Scholarships for college, university or vocational school — deadline Feb. 28, 2014
  145. IRS attacks Cuba-supporting IFCO for fiscally sponsoring Viva Palestina
  146. Cuba and Miami announce record low infant mortality rates – Cuba 30% lower than Flori
  147. Prisoner Political Action Committee update: In solidarity, we can win
  148. Menard hunger strikers endure beating, threats by nurses but vow, ‘We will not let th
  149. 2014 MICROSOFT SCHOLARSHIPS: Application deadline 1/31/14
  150. Five years after the Oscar Grant murder: Author of ‘No Doubt: The Murder(s) of Oscar
  151. Human Rights Coalition sues prison officials for censoring political dissent and huma
  152. Three months since the police killing of 13-year-old Andy Lopez
  153. Judges give up on years of failed prison talks, will craft own solution to overcrowdi
  154. Colorado prisoner: ‘I am held in slavery’
  155. Peacekeepers depend on the Pentagon, in South Sudan, CAR, DRC, Uganda, Rwanda
  156. Update from Menard hunger strikers: We need outside support, force feeding threatened
  157. Transbay Joint Powers Authority seeks applicants for Citizens Advisory Committee
  158. Change comes when change is demanded
  159. Afrikan Calligraphy - Masizi System
  160. Cops walk who beat Kelly Thomas to death: Welcome to our world
  161. ‘Full Court Press to Success’ workshop series to feature new Fleetwood film, ‘I Just
  162. In honor of Dr. King: Day of Action for Homeless Bill of Rights
  163. Haiti: UN peacekeepers still not screened for cholera despite causing outbreak
  164. Albert Woodfox: It’s time to free the last of the Angola 3
  165. What Fox News and Hannity blocked me from saying: Mumia as fuel for right-wing agenda
  166. Illinois prisoners in Menard High Security Unit plan to begin hunger strike Jan. 15
  167. The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Black History Bowl is Feb. 22 at Frick Middle School in Oak
  168. AB, ode to Amiri Baraka
  169. African American leaders host first annual music, art and self-advocacy event for peo
  170. Garang on South Sudan: 8 million suffered daily before this war began
  171. ‘Unfathomable City: A New Orleans Atlas’
  172. Amiri Baraka, the Malcolm X of literature, dies at 79 – two tributes
  173. GoBaby Productions comedy shows bring smiles to Bay Area faces: an interview wit’ com
  174. War on poverty wages on
  175. African migrants to Israel, ‘We are human beings too’
  176. Advocates call budget plans to open new prison beds a major contradiction
  177. Eric Holder, Arne Duncan tell schools to stop pushing students into school-to-prison
  178. The international community’s unforgivable betrayal of the people of South Sudan
  179. Why is the SF DA trying a 14-year-old as an adult?
  180. Andre Ward in 2014: Reflections on a son of God
  181. Are U.N. peacekeeping operations causing more instability than they are resolving in
  182. Block Report Radio: Revolutionary radio station empowers the people
  183. Third Street Stroll …
  184. George Jackson University
  185. City College wins reprieve, as court enjoins ACCJC from terminating accreditation
  186. San Francisco Black boycott
  187. Joe Debro on racism in construction: A study of the manpower implications of small bu
  188. Home training: A basis for survival
  189. Other Brothers in Angola
  190. Salvador, Bahia, Brazil: Africa in the Americas
  191. Notice of ROD Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Parcel E
  192. Judge orders Lynne Stewart’s release
  193. New Year’s message from Muammar Al Qaddafi
  194. The killing of Andy Lopez: a manifestation of a corrupt and soulless system
  195. Women in solitary confinement: ‘The isolation degenerates us into madness’
  196. Nelson Mandela, Cuba and the Terror List
  197. The Screening Room
  198. Democratic Republic of the Congo: Resource politics behind the UN Force Intervention
  199. Hot spots: Radioactive San Francisco
  200. A closer look at ‘crime’
  201. The other side of the divide
  202. The City of Big Shoulders: Chicago stands up to Big Tobacco in a big way
  203. Gov. Brown’s plans to reduce prison overcrowding ignore early release
  204. Exchange a word for a life
  205. Exoneration only the first step in making amends to the Scottsboro Boys
  206. Richmond’s Neighborhood Stabilization Plan moves forward against realtor opposition
  207. Our own political action committee can expand the prisoners’ rights movement
  208. To all the homies on lock and solitary
  209. You got to surrenda?
  210. In memory of Cookie Suttle (January 1925-November 2013)
  211. Samantha Power’s latest crusade: Central African Republic
  212. Special needs students and the Black community
  213. Free shannon zach nyamodi
  214. True soldiers needed
  215. For honorable men confined to cages
  216. Secret torture unit at San Quentin, Part 2
  217. Gore-Mbeki Commission: Eyewitness to America betraying Mandela’s South Africa
  218. Mandela, sanitized
  219. San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce calls for boycott of San Francisco
  220. Winnie and Nelson: Forever linked to freedom struggle
  221. ‘Love, Peace, and Soul’: an interview wit author Ericka Blount
  222. ‘Help bring me home for the holidays,’ a life and death appeal from renowned people’s
  223. A circus of injustice: Wrongful convictions are not equal
  224. African American Shakespeare Company’s ‘Cinderella’ through Dec. 22 at AAACC in San F
  225. Life means guilt to a Black Man
  226. Why the West loves Mandela and hates Mugabe
  227. Victoire Ingabire: the woman who challenged Rwanda’s Paul Kagame
  228. Legislative alert: CDCR’s Step-Down Pilot Program is in fact systematic, mandatory br
  229. Mandela, America, Israel and systems of oppression
  230. Rwanda: Opposition leader Victoire Ingabire’s sentence increased from 8 to 15 years
  231. The ethnic cleansing of broadcasters from Pacifica continues nationally: Jared Ball s
  232. Shack dwellers protest in Cato Crest in honor of Nelson Mandela
  233. Mandela, pacifist or rebel?
  234. Kampala ‘declaration’ would contract DRC to concede to M23
  235. Mandela’s legacy extends from South Africa, the continent to the world
  236. Legacies: Michael Hourigan and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
  237. The Honorable Rolihlahla Mandela, July 18, 1908-Dec. 4, 2013
  238. Alima Olga Kasongo, the Boondocks and the Congo
  239. Tavis Smiley spotlights Black suffering, Black hope
  240. Yours is the quest that’s just begun
  241. Take Free Courses
  242. Kalioya Politrix LLC launches new practice this fall
  243. Harriet Tubman Christmas play ‘Go Tell It’ is back: an interview wit’ playwright Taiw
  244. 1st Saturdays in Oakland: an interview wit’ founder David Roach
  245. Joe Debro on racism in construction
  246. ‘12 Years a Slave’
  247. SFSU Metro Academies alum Cory Mickels sets sights on law school
  248. From KPFA to Block Report Radio Station
  249. Wanda’s Picks for December 2013
  250. We came together to reclaim our humanity