Stories about Activism

Mime Troupe tackles ignorance at its root in 57th season

This year brings new outdoor show 'Schooled' and an expanded brick and mortar space.

Why are so many people homeless in SF?

It's our fault, for accepting a political and economic system that has utterly failed

SF Latino, LGBT communities march in solidarity for Orlando

From the Castro to the Mission: 'Amor y Solidaridad' drew hundreds to grieve -- and counter whitewashing.

Celebrating a fighter for justice

Hundreds pack emotional memorial for Eileen Hansen -- activist, fighter, teacher, mentor and friend to so many

The Frisco 5 are back: ‘This is a community-driven fight and we will keep fighting’

In first ever appearance since they were taken to the hospital on Friday, May 6th, the Frisco 5 make clear that the struggle will go on and announce public meeting on Saturday.

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

When city planners treat us like infants

The public gets dismissive events and sandbox games -- instead of serious discussions that allow meaningful input from the communities impacted by land-use decisions

Who’s ‘against change?’

Or does that just mean some of us are against the sort of change that the powers that be are pushing?