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While they helped win WWII, Hunters Point Shipyard’s Black workers fought discrimination at home

In an illustrated talk on Feb. 25 called War on Two Fronts: Black Workers Fight Against Racial Discrimination at Hunters Point Shipyard During WWII,...

Good Taste: All the takeout I would have eaten with Keith Lee

The TikTok food influencer cut short his disastrous Bay Area visit, but here's where to dive into great local flavors

Boxing up fresh food justice: Bayview Community Co-Op boosts area health

Crisp butter lettuce, bright Italian parsley, glowing beets—collaborating with local growers, the org distributes organic.

Greening Bayview, one tree at a time

Friends of the Urban Forest tries slowly to restore an urban canopy in a neighborhood with little greenery.

Nourished by art in the Bayview, rooted in love

After a busy farmers' market at the Southeast Community Center, artist Malik Seneferu described how his hard past helped paint a brighter future.

Bayview residents denounce plans for huge parcel-delivery building on Toland

Environmental justice concerns dominate hearing on what may be a new Amazon center with 5,000 cars and trucks a day.

A new, stealthy Amazon delivery center on the edge of the Bayview?

More trucks in an area with serious air-quality issues. Plus: Evictions in supportive housing. That's The Agenda for Sept. 3-10

Board members dubious about any plans to close or merge schools

The school district has other serious problems, and other sources or revenue, members say at key meeting

School Board to discuss possible school closures at critical budget meeting

Some board members say state is forcing the issue, alternatives exist, and closures should be 'the last option.' That's The Agenda for Aug. 28-Sept 3.

Arts.Co.Lab is ready to dismantle the ‘rigged’ arts funding paradigm

Local cultural equity agency aims to equip BIPOC artists with tools for a sustainable practice and dignified life