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imageBerkeley Anti-Homeless/Labor/Earth
by Emperor Norton the Ninth
Berkeley moves towards automation at expense of nature, labor, homeless, poor, commonsense.......
Posted: Fri May 14, 2021 2:38PM
imageA Victory for Chaos and Cruelty - The Logic of Internment Advanced Against the Unhoused
by Keith McHenry
We can only hope that the celluloid avatars at the Santa Cruz City Council are clueless, otherwise their “Camping Services and Standards Ordinance” is just naked sadism....
Posted: Thu May 13, 2021 12:55PM
imageMLB pressures Oakland to support A’s waterfront ballpark scheme
by Lynda Carson
Oakland A's Baseball Players:...
Posted: Thu May 13, 2021 3:24AM
textSelf Serving Pro-Growth Media by Marissa Land
How power and control is affecting Sonoma County....
Posted: Wed May 12, 2021 2:36PM
textWealth Issues in Sonoma County by Madison Young
This piece focuses on the issues revolving around the building of the Green Music Center, while Sonoma County is facing a poverty and homelessness crisis....
Posted: Wed May 12, 2021 11:31AM
textCalifornia to ban new fracking permits by Jan. 2024, phase out oil extraction by 2045 by Dan Bacher
Representatives of environmental justice and climate justice groups praised the directive for being a step in the right direction, but said phasing out oil extraction in California by 2045 is too late and noted that frontline communities need an immediate 2500 foot health and safety buffer now, not later....
Posted: Wed May 12, 2021 5:10AM
imageLa familia de Mario González demanda la acusación de las policías de Alameda involucrado en su asesinato
by Sarah Belle Lin
El 19 de abril, Mario González residente de Oakland, murió mientras era forzado hacia el piso por un oficial policíaco del departamento de Alameda. La familia del difunto ahora esta demandando respuestas del departamento de policía, de la ciudad de Alameda, y que Nancy O’Malley la fiscal del condado presente cargos encontrá de los tres oficiales policíacos involucrados en el incidente. El incidente ocurrió un día antes de que Derek Chauvin el oficial policíaco de Minnepolis fuera condenado de...
Posted: Mon May 10, 2021 9:39PM
imageFaculty & Students Rally/Speak-out As AFT 2121 Leaders Make Major Concessions On Salaries
by Labor Video Project
San Francisco Community College faculty, students and supporters rallied at SF City hall on 5-8-21 and the leadership announced that they had made major economic concessions demanded by the administration and Board of Trustees which they called a "bitter sweet victory"....
Posted: Mon May 10, 2021 5:18PM
imageSalmon advocates criticize Governor for promoting Sites Dam, voluntary agreements during drought
by Dan Bacher
Salmon and environmental justice advocates criticized Newsom for using the drought to advocate for Sites Reservoir in Northern California and for his agribusiness-backed voluntary agreements that have held up badly-needed state actions to save salmon and other imperiled fish species from extinction....
Posted: Mon May 10, 2021 9:58AM
imageCODEPINK Holds Mother's Day Peace Rally at Golden Gate
by Leon Kunstenaar - CodePink
Continued killing in Afghanistan and other issues protested...
Posted: Sun May 9, 2021 9:02PM
textAnti-Asian hate crimes in our society by Yunuen Espinoza
The following article speaks about the current events regarding anti-Asian hate crimes, some of the reasons behind it and what we can do as a society to make this situation better....
Posted: Sun May 9, 2021 7:59PM
imageQue Viva! Al Rojas
by Labor Video Project
Al Rosa, a founder of the UFWA passed away on March 20, 2021 and a memorial was held on April 24 in Sacramento. Participants talked about Al Rojas and who he was....
Posted: Sun May 9, 2021 11:13AM
imageHarvey Milk Students Protest at Castro Safeway After Racial Profiling Incident
by Kids Rise Up
After a Black 11-year-old boy was falsely accused of stealing a sandwich at a Castro neighborhood Safeway, security guards detained him even though he showed his receipt. Fellow students at Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academic Elementary, with help from parents and staff, marched on the Safeway and demonstrated in front of the store....
Posted: Sun May 9, 2021 4:07AM
imageFrom Fruitvale BART to Alameda Police Department: Justice 4 Mario Gonzalez
by Student Led March
March 3: A student-led rally, vigil, and march for Mario Gonzalez, who died on April 19 while in custody of the Alameda, CA, Police Department....
Posted: Sat May 8, 2021 5:09AM
imageIn San Rafael a Vigil--Justice for Mario Gonzalez and More
by Say Their Names
On May 7, a small group in San Rafael protested the killing of Mario Gonzalez by police. Attendees listened to a speech given by George Galvis of Demonstrators chalked messages in remembrance of Gonzalez and other victims of police brutality....
Posted: Sat May 8, 2021 4:13AM
textNight Attack on Oakland Police Property by Anonymous
On May 7, antifascist guerillas broke into a police vehicle lockup at 10th St. & Union St. and damaged cruisers. Undetected, they splashed muriatic acid, flattened tires and smashed windows....
Posted: Sat May 8, 2021 3:06AM
imageProtests at Pipeline Funding Banks
by Leon Kunstenaar
Citibank, Chase and Wells Fargo called out for funding oil pipelines...
Posted: Fri May 7, 2021 10:31PM
calendarHomes Not Tents - Scrap the TOLO
by Keith McHenry
809 Center St, Santa Cruz...
Event Date: Tue May 11, 2021 5:00PM
Posted: Fri May 7, 2021 2:39PM
image2020 CZU Fire: Empire Grade Road 5-6-2021
by AutumnSun
Mike and I took a short ride to survey some of what remains from the CZU Lightning Complex Fires. Today we just centered around the upper part of Empire Grade Rd....
Posted: Fri May 7, 2021 11:54AM
imageCCSF Students Rally At Mission High & March To Save City College
by Labor Video Project
Students and supporters of San Francisco City College rallied at Mission High and then marched to CCSF Board of Trustees member Tom Temprano's home. Temprano has supported the shutdown of campuses and the layoffs of 160 faculty members which would close many departments and ethnic studies. He works for SF Supervisor Rafael Mandelman who supports the privatization of the college and pushed the sale of the Balboa reservoir to a for profit developer Avalon....
Posted: Fri May 7, 2021 10:07AM