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Tagged with: Deportation

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Dan Hoyle’s ‘Border People’ demonstrates the radical empathy we need right now

The long-running solo show channels 11 folks crossing identity-based and geographic borders, and remains a must-see

Something rotten: Nazi-occupied Denmark through young eyes in Richard Kluger’s latest novel

Seasoned journalist explores a country's moral quandry via historical fiction of 'Hamlet's Children.'

Screen Grabs: Listening to legends of the Bayou with Les Blank

'I Went to the Dance' delights. Plus: powerful immigrant saga 'Marisol,' redevelopment dilemma in 'White Building'

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

In ‘Blue Bayou,’ Justin Chon highlights citizenship limbo of Korean adoptees

Adopted as a three-year-old from South Korea and as thoroughly Cajun as crawfish etouffee, Antonio LeBlanc has never had any reason to question his...

Should the Castro be filled with a tech mogul’s surveillance cameras?

A sort-of, kind-of private organization that does neighborhood improvements in the Castro is meeting next week to decide whether to move forward with a...

Rally responds to anti-Asian violence

After attacks, a call for more community-based public safety solutions.

Screen Grabs: A trek through world cinema to scratch your travel itch

New Brazilian Cinema series, The White Tiger, Mandabi, and films from rural Mexico to Poland, India, and Sudan

Screen Grabs: Heavy themes for heavy times

New movies: Social media manipulation, voter suppression, deportation, white nationalism... Oh, and Suzi Quatro!