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How pre-schoolers can learn about society’s biases — and respond

Teaching Behind the Mask: A discussion of anti-bias curriculum and its role in early childhood education.

Death Row inmate who may be exonerated talks about his story

Kevin Cooper was three hours away from execution. Now he may be freed. He talks about racism, criminal justice, and his nearly 30-year fight to prove his innocence.

Reconnect with the Bay: Our readers’ favorite things to do now we’re back

Here's what you told us you couldn't wait to do in the wake of reopening.

Why is the Equality Act stalled in the Senate? Ask Joe Manchin …

... or Susan Collins. Or the 49 other Republicans who are unwilling to sign on to a very basic bill protecting LGBT civil rights.

Painter Anthony Holdsworth captures the city’s intimate magic

You'll want to catch his vivid scenes, from the quiet streets of Bernal Hill to vibrant La Victora panadería.

Queer film hero Jenni Olson honored with top ‘Teddy’ award

The invaluable filmmaker, critic, curator, archivist, historian, and connection-maker is awarded at the Berlinale

Good Taste: Miss Subi pops up, Cafe Ohlone plots reopening…

Plus: BART reviews restaurants, Humphry Slocombe debuts rosé sorbet and BiteUnite hosts rooftop cooking classes

Screen Grabs: Pride accelerates with trans student athletes in ‘Changing the Game’ doc

Plus: Trans opera, Moomin creator bio-pic, and a questionable reboot of British empire adventure film.

Review: ‘Nam June Paik’ presents a playful prophet of the Electronic Superhighway

Exhilarating SFMOMA retrospective showcases Korean artist's groundbreaking video work (and human connections)

Review: Eerily empty Art Institute campus stars in Lindsey White’s ‘What? Is? Art?’

The photographer known for her wry eye gets personal, documenting her community's precarious traces