Saturday, October 31, 2020

Tag: Economic Inequality

Politics on Tuesday: Forget school assignment; the real issue in the Board of Ed race is a looming teacher...

By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 -- The San Francisco School Board race is something of a sleeper this year; not much in the way of new stories, not much...

Guest opinion: Some reasons for hope on Labor Day

By Larry Bradshaw SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 -- On Labor Day, we celebrate the American worker – but this year, many workers wonder what the celebration is about. Growing economic inequality...

Politics on Tuesday: Clipping the mayor’s appointment power

Sup. John Avalos wants San Franciscans to elect their elected officials. Photo: Luke Thomas, Fog City Journal By Tim Redmond MAY 20, 2014 -- Sup. John Avalos today introduced a city...

Big battle brewing over funding for children’s programs

  By Tim Redmond There’s a serious battle brewing over the re-authorization of the Children’s Fund and the city’s funding for public schools, possibly pitting the mayor and some of the...

Why techies are the new yuppies

By Annalee Newitz Back in the 1980s, people talked about the 1 percent by referring to "young urban professionals," or yuppies. The term was supposed to contrast with hippies, the...

Welcome to 48hills.org!

Bernal. Potrero. San Miguel. Telegraph. There are 47 named hills in San Francisco – and as those of us who have spent their lives fighting for social and economic...