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Sana Saleem

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

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

        Imagine a woman goes missing and no one looks for her. There’s no inquiry, no need for forensics, and no further investigation required. In...

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

              “There’s been this kind of waiting game going on, let’s just wait this out and see if people lose interest and go away. Well...

              59 shots: Closing arguments in the Nieto case

                    “We are here today because of 59 shots,” Nieto family attorney Adante Pointer said, as he began his closing argument in the Nieto trial....

                    While cops pass notes and look away, Alex Nieto’s mom talks of the death of her son

                          In what has been the most overwhelming day in the Alex Nieto trial, the court heard testimony from a range of experts, mostly witnesses...

                          Nieto trial: More evidence casts doubt on police story

                                Just before U.S. Magistrate Judge Nathanael Cousins entered the courtroom this morning, Alex Nieto’s parents took their seats carrying a solemn pink helium balloon,...

                                Where will the Division Street homeless go?

                                      As if moving them under the bridge, away from public view wasn’t enough, San Francisco health officials declared homeless tents a health hazard yesterday,...

                                      Another foreclosure in Bayview puts the focus on Fannie Mae

                                             More than 30 people gathered last week outside the home of yet another Bayview family losing a home of 19 years. It couldn’t be...

                                            As city debates deal, Google bus protests continue

                                                  A few hours before the Board of Supes debated the future of the Google bus program, anti-eviction activists blocked six buses, demonstrating that public...

                                                  “This city crushed my dreams”

                                                        The sidewalk near Division and Bryant streets has quickly turned into a tent city for homeless people in San Francisco. It’s a shabby street...

                                                        Scenes from a bizarre police response to a peaceful protest

                                                              It’s Saturday, January 31, and protesters are gathered at Union Square to demand justice for Mario Woods, following a call from Justice for Mario...