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Tagged with: Immigrants

What we saw at Sundance: Documentary dives into Myanmar midwives, volcano lovers, more

A Syrian migrant crane operator in Beirut, Kanye's rap rise, Watergate whistleblower Martha Mitchell among big fest subjects

At APAture fest, 36 emerging AAPI artists come together to ‘Embrace’

Poetry, dance, film, music, more rekindle much-needed warmth and connection, "made for the community by the community"

Screen Grabs: A stricken hero fights for better healthcare in ‘Not Going Quietly’

Plus a slew of affecting new docs on Barbara Lee, immigration tragedy, arthouse beginnings, and celebrity worship.

The future of the Board of Supes is on the line as redistricting moves forward

A city task force will draw new district lines for the next decade. The mayor's allies already have members. The supes pick three this week.

COVID rent strips Latinx tenants in SF of savings, wealth, and security

El Tecolote survey shows that more than 75 percent of families lost all or most of their savings to preserve their housing during the pandemic.

Screen Grabs: Final chapter of ‘Purge’ series is an eerie echo of modern chaos

'The Forever Purge' is not subtle. But then, we are not living in gently-nuanced cultural times.

The Chron has a Mission business story all wrong (are we surprised?)

There are very real issues of displacement and racial equity in the debate over moving a tech-centered 'destination' to 14th and Mission.

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...

DA closes Amilcar Lopez case, but the community trauma still remains

San Francisco needs to make big changes in policing so this young immigrant didn't die in vain.

Stephanie Syjuco: Diving into the American archives—and implicating everyone—with the Bay Area artist

'As a person of color, I don’t believe that more love and empathy is going to get us actual policy change.'