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Sunday, February 28, 2021
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Tag: Civil Rights

Denmark, taxes, happiness, racism …

... plus saving the SIP hotels, cracking down on serial permit scofflaws, and more problems with private prisons. That's The Agenda for Feb. 22-28

Through vital ‘Local Voices’ podcast, youth dive into Fine Arts Museums’ treasures

From St. Francis statues to Civil Rights Era paintings, teens explore art's history and meaning.

Screen Grabs: A rousing celebration of Black History Month

SF Urban Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, an Edward Owens showcase—plus a new release with LaKeith Stanfield as a Panther plant.

The Super Bowl billionaires

Sports team owners, including Charles Johnson of the Giants, made $98.5 billion during the pandemic. Their stadium workers are suffering.

‘You’ve got to draw the buttons!’ Cartoonist Justin Hall spotlights local LGBTQ history on Market Street

'Marching Toward Pride' series brings to life seminal queer moments leading to 1970 celebration.

Screen Grabs: Two looks at Black legends in ‘MLK/FBI’ and ‘One Night in Miami…”

As we prepare for Black History Month, new releases look back at the complex heroes who powered the civil rights movement.

Oakland leaders decry vindication for cop in Oscar Grant case

DA declines to charge second officer, leading to community outrage.

Cate White came to the Bay to connect—through her art, she’s done just that.

Norman Rockwell and Basquiat inspired her purposefully loose renderings of life's struggle.

PHOTOS: Palo Alto’s 1400-acre Foothills Park at last opens for all

After half a century, a beautiful public space joins the options for Bay Area fitness and fresh air.

In ‘New Labor Movements,’ curator Leila Weefur traces legacy of Frederick Douglass

Film series is 'doing emotional and physiological labor, defining the Black body across all parallels of time and history'