Thursday, November 26, 2020

Tag: Civil Rights

Screen Grabs: For Thanksgiving movies, one glam turkey and a swell ‘Black Bottom’

A David Bowie 'Stardust' biopic fizzles, but Chadwick Boseman (in his final role) and Viola Davis sizzle in 'Ma Rainey'

Screen Grabs: Racist technology, rocky queer love, and an Oakland thriller

Plus: Berlin & Beyond's In Focus installment, Mank, The Outpost, and more movies to dive into this week.

Music, life, and racial justice at Yerba Buena Gardens Festival’s ‘Creative Voices’

Samora Pinderhughes, Marcus Shelby, Ukulenny, the Curtis Family Cnotes, more featured in lively online series.

Screen Grabs: A much-needed civic boost with ‘City Hall’

Plus: tributes to women older and younger, a portrait of toxic friendship, religious ecstasy in Brazil

Progressives are winning the Battle of San Francisco

The powerful moderates -- and their financial supporters -- lost overwhelmingly in the Nov. 3 election.

The deep problem with the new Supreme Court

The 'original' Constitution is all about individual liberty, and not about any collective responsibility for our common humanity.

Screen Grabs: San Francisco’s real royal family, still glittering onward

'50 Years of Fabulous' comes a courtin'. Plus: a record of the 1972 National Black Political Convention, angsty Hungarians, more

Lawsuit charges Uber discriminates against drivers of color

Company fires people who have ratings that it admits are racially biased.

Opinion: All dressed up—and straight to the polls

Take it from the city's top drag queen activists: Your vote should go toward making sure everyone is treated equally.

Democrat in D7 race helps pay for Republican candidate’s mailer

Joel Engardio is on a one-two slate with right-wing GOP hopeful -- and the mayor is now endorsing both Engardio and Myrna Melgar.