Stories about Civil Rights

A terrible week at the Supreme Court — and it could get even worse

Attacks on immigrants, labor, Muslims, are a prelude to a defining battle over Trumps's next nominee

The Agenda: A new board prez, $275K for a police shooting …

... plus public-notice and supporting the Tenants Union. That's The Agenda for June 24 to July 1

With half the votes counted, mayor’s race still too close to call

Big victories for Mandelman, tenants, police accountability -- but RCV strategy and the mayor's race is still very, very close

OPINION: US policy forced people to leave their homes and immigrate here

The Civil Rights Movement reminds us that change is possible, even when it seems against all odds

LGBT leaders come together to denounce wedding cake ruling

On election eve, solidarity against the attack on queer people's legal rights

Campaign trail: Alioto, Breed seek GOP support …

... and a Leno/Kim event is shut down after Breed supporters shout down speakers

SF needs a mayor who will tax, spend, and regulate

With all the challenges facing the city, the next mayor has to be willing to challenge the corporate, growth, and tech agendas

Special Report: Ed Lee’s police legacy

As the candidates for mayor talk about police reform, we look back at what went wrong under the last administration

OPINION: Let’s abolish Columbus Day

It's time to find another way to celebrate Italian-American heritage

Lessons from Stop the Draft Week 50 years ago

In 1967, protesters filled the streets of Oakland to stop the draft. Seven faced serious charges -- and their message still resonates today