Tag Archives: San Francisco


SF Black Film Festival

  The San Francisco Black Film Festival XVIII will celebrates its opening night Thursday, June 16, 6 p.m. at San Francisco State University School of Cinema’s August Coppola with a screening of the international love [...]

City Attorney Beats Big Soda on Health Warnings

  A U.S. District Court judge has rejected a bid by three trade associations — including the national lobby for sugar-sweetened beverage manufacturers — that sought to enjoin San Francisco from enforcing its first-in-the-nation health [...]
Students vounteer with Habitat for Humanity in Oceanview.

University of San Francisco Volunteers Clean Beaches, Build Trails, Construct Homes

By Arvin Temkar, USF News   About 200 USFers pitched in to help make San Francisco a better city for April Action, the university’s volunteer day.   On April 16, students, alumni, faculty, staff, and [...]

Manifestantes anti-deportación arrestados en San Francisco

El martes, 16 inmigrantes indocumentados y aliados bloquearon la calle que rodea el edificio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (ICE) en San Francisco para protestar contra las redadas del presidente Obama dirigidas a las [...]
Demonstrators hold signs demanding Justice for Woods and Chief Suhr's ouster outside of a crowded police commission hearing inside city hall Wednesday. Photo courtesy of AP.

Anger Grows in Wake of Police Killing of Mario Woods Video reveals six officers shot man with knife up against the wall

Hundreds of protestors crowded into a San Francisco police commission meeting at City Hall Wednesday night, demanding the firing of SF police Chief Greg Suhr and calling for officers involved in the shooting death of [...]
Los partidarios de la Medida I manifestándose ante el ayuntamiento de San Francisco antes de las elecciones del lunes. Foto por Causa Justa.

Elecciones en SF muestra victorias y derrotas para Grupos de Derecho a la Vivienda

Las elecciones de 2015 en San Francisco dieron en los resultados que eran en su mayoría desalentadores para las organizaciones de derechos de vivienda y activistas contra el aburguesamiento, con las Medidas F e I [...]

San Francisco’s Healthy Heart Campaign Promotes Fitness for African Americans and Latinos

  African Americans in the city of San Francisco are almost at twice the number of stroke-related deaths, compared to other races and ethnicities.   Charles Burns, 56, almost found out about this the hard [...]
Congresswoman Maxine Waters

OP-ED: Congresswoman Maxine Waters Calls For More Public Housing Protections

By Lynda Carson   In a celebration of the privatization of our public housing, which threatens the poor, elderly and disabled with displacement from their housing, on Oct. 14, Mayor Ed Lee was joined by [...]
Photo courtesy of Causa Justa. Just Cause

Eviction Protections 2.0 Passes Into Law Tenants, housing organizations, supporters celebrate passage of legislation

Eviction Protections 2.0 is now law in San Francisco, after Mayor Ed Lee decided against a veto of the legislation last Friday.   After getting news of a possible veto, hundreds of supporters of the [...]