Sana Saleem

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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.

Healthcare professionals demand police brutality be declared a health crisis

Doctors and medical students explain why police brutality is a health care issue in San Francisco

New chief promises reform — but can he stand up to the POA?

NAACP warmly welcomes Toney Chaplin -- but he needs to show that he's different from his predecessor

Another Officer-Involved Shooting In the Bayview

A 27-year old African American woman was pronounced dead after by shot by an SFPD officer.
Protestors and police face off

SFPD’s Rap Sheet: More than 25 scandals since 2015

The recent shootings are not the only problem with SFPD. Check out our interactive investigation of a year of scandals

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.

One After Another Supervisors Jane Kim, David Campos, John Avalos, and Eric Mar call for Chief Suhr to quit

Three members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors have joined community demands for Police Chief to step down

Protestors Picket City Hall in Support of Frisco 5

Activists have announced 17 days of action in support of 17 days of hunger strike to raise pressure on Mayor Ed Lee to fire Chief Suhr

Hunger Strike Day XVII: Frisco 5 end hunger strike and call for ‘No Business As Usual’ Monday

At the hospital, Frisco 5 switch tactics, call for community action

33 arrested at ‘Frisco Five hundred’ City Hall shutdown

Angry actions escalate amid police violence; three journalists injured by sheriff's deputies

Day XVI: Frisco 5 Hospitalized but will continue hunger strike

Conditions get worse as the hunger strike enters week three