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Tagged with: Civil Rights

It’s a rough time to be proud of the US. In ‘Fight Like Hell,’ Kim Kelly finds a way

The labor reporter's first book is a historical journey showing workers that they've always forged their own path forward

Screen Grabs: For the love of Monica

A tribute to Italian screen siren Monica Vitti, two Davids (Lynch and Cronenberg) face off, 'Hold Your Fire,' more movies

Soprano Julia Bullock finds ‘History’s Persistent Voice’ in records of formerly enslaved

At SF Symphony, the singer performs a collection of historical words set to new music by Black women composers

At MoAD, spring brings ghost-riding ‘Traumanauts,’ striking tapestries, haunting elegies

Afrofuturism meets 19th-century preservation and 21st-century sorrow in latest shows on view

Review: Vivid ‘Passing Strange’ gets a timely revival from Shotgun Players

Stew's 2007 musical is an essential expansion of Black representation—stretched out, however, it loses some power

Twice in 54 years, SF cops beat charges of racist violence

The alarming parallels between a 1968 trial and the Terrance Stangel case

Haney wins lawsuit to change Campos ballot designation; does anyone care?

What does "civil rights lawyer" mean these days, and can a DA's Office promote civil rights?

Screen Grabs: ‘Who We Are’ lays out just how much racial justice has stalled

Plus: Poetic 'Why is We Americans,' listless 'Sundown,' rousing 'The Conductor'—and 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner,' too.

Peter Haberfeld, lawyer, organizer, and legendary community activist, dies

Advocate for civil rights, labor rights, and the power of the people, was 80.

Community leaders reflect on three key Bay Area MLK speeches—and envision his dreams for 2022

Voting rights, economic opportunity, education, social justice—so much remains to be done.