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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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Tagged with: Journalism

5 can’t-miss events help kick off Laborfest 2021

The 28th annual program is bursting with poignant events in an age of rising fascism, inequality, and discrimination.

The view from behind the wheel: How Muni drivers have handled COVID

A labor shortage, passengers who refuse to wear masks ... the people who carry essential workers to work have been on the front lines.

48hills wins 3 journalism awards

CNPA, CTA honor us for General Excellence and reporting on Prop. 13 reform.

Opinion: Public bathrooms are vital public infrastructure

If you are older and need to go, the Bay Area is not always a pleasant place.

The future of City College is on the line — and it’s going to be up to us

For now, local funding is the only way to prevent the devastation of one of SF's most important institutions.

Supes challenge planners over construction on toxic sites

Resolution points to Planning Department's record of allowing new luxury housing despite hazards. Plus: Why City College matters. That's The Agenda for May 3-9

Facebook’s housing echo chamber

Zuckerberg money funds news outlets that repeat Zuckerberg group's supply-side position on the housing crisis.

Reese Erlich, foreign correspondent and radical reporter, is dead at 73

After a life of progressive politics, ground-breaking journalism, and social activism, a legendary writer loses battle with cancer.

Can Big Tech really be regulated?

Hate speech and misinformation has multiplied and been weaponized -- but that may be changing.

Letter to the Editor: Uighurs, disinformation, and US media coverage

Foreign Correspondent Reese Erlich responds to criticism of his piece on Chinese repression and US media coverage