Sana Saleem

Sana Saleem is a writer with a focus on social justice and human stories. She's member board of advisory for the Courage Foundation, Edward Snowden's legal defense fund.

Day VIII of Hunger Strike: #Frisco5 Going Strong and Captain Perea Talks Race

On Day 8, conversation between Captain Parea and the hunger strikers get less hostile

Day VII of Hunger Strike: Chief Suhr’s 5th Anniversary, #BaltimoreUprising and a week of going hungry

Supporters keep coming: 'Only I know how much pain and weakness my body is in '

Day VI of Hunger Strike: More than 100 protesters block off the streets

Protestors take to the streets to support what is becoming an occupation of the Mission police station

Day V of hunger strike: Police threaten to arrest hunger strikers, close down toilets and power sockets

The protest outside Mission police station enters it's fifth day; 'You think we are animals and that's how you treat us'

Day IV of Hunger Strike: ‘There’s just so much love’

The protest outside the Mission police station continues; 'Mayor Lee figures he'll ignore us until one of us dies.'

Day III of Hunger Strike: ‘We Are Hungry for Justice’

Five people still outside Mission Station as supporters rally to demand police accountability

Hunger Strike, Day II: ‘This is not a publicity stunt by any means of the imagination’

Protesters camp out in front of Mission Police Station to make a statement on police killings

Community confronts Chief Suhr: ‘I am never calling the police’

Bay Area residents tell police chief they would rather be in harm's way then trust the police after officers kill homeless man

Some Mother’s Daughter: Fighting the criminalization of sex workers

Event in SF discusses the connections between the "Grim Sleeper" serial murder case in LA and the lives of poor women, sex workers, and prisoners

Protesters go to City Hall: ‘A young man was murdered on your watch’

Activists demand accountability -- Sup. Breed's office says the protest is "violent"