Stories about Activism
'Dockworker Power' explores how longshore workers on two sides of the world stood together in solidarity during the most racist, anti-leftist, and pro-capitalist period of the 20th century.
More than 1,000 gather to mourn -- but also to insist that the public defender's legacy will continue.
From a Sichuan Face Changer to an onstage 'Shrimp Boy,' Lauren Yee's play is a hilarious, thought-provoking experience.
Plus: Newsom's got the housing crisis all wrong -- and SF negotiates with PG&E over CLeanPowerSF. That's The Agenda for Jan 21-28.
Black Panthers, today: A 1968 photo series exploring the activists’ humanity finds significance in 2019
SFAI students and contemporary Black artists re-contextualize Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch's influential and controversial images
Chesa Boudin, a deputy public defender whose life has been shaped by the criminal justice system, offers a new perspective in a campaign dominated by tough-on-crime candidates.
It's hard to campaign to be a neighborhood supervisor when you attack neighborhoods.
Kay Haring's new children's book 'The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing' highlights his vibrant drive for a better world.
International relief organizations consider the conflict the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Now, it seems, the US is paying attention.
Actor sees the gently radical side of the classic, class-conscious children's musical character in SF Playhouse production.