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Tagged with: justice system

The criminal justice system in SF is badly broken, and the mayor’s budget doesn’t help

Hearings show overcrowded, dangerous jails, overloaded public defenders—and a DA who is doubling down on making things even worse.

Ivan Sen’s ‘Limbo’ confronts crimes against Australia’s Aboriginal women

In a town so hot its buildings are underground, the noir's detective seeks justice.

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest celebrates 50 years of ‘Soylent Green’

Plus: Short Film Fest, Albany Film Fest, Kenneth Anger tribute, 'Underground Art-Stars,' and three earnest new releases

Chesa Boudin talks crime, justice—and what’s happened to SF under Brooke Jenkins

The former DA has a lot of thoughts on the future of criminal justice—and the current state of San Francisco.

Shamann Walton’s path—and his message

An autobiography tells of a childhood of drugs, violence, and incarceration—and the change that led to a successful political career.

Amid political backlash, ‘Undoing Time’ confronts legacy of carceral system

Berkeley Art Museum taps 12 artists to consider the foundational roots and effects of confinement in moving show.

The June election was bad news for Mayor London Breed

That's just one of the many key messages that the news media have missed.

Another ridiculous attack on SF progressives, this time by Nellie Bowles and The Atlantic

Excuse me, no: The city has not be destroyed by the left. How many times do we have to explain this?

What the Boudin recall does—and doesn’t—mean for SF politics

Low turnout, a deeply warped media narrative, and right-wing billionaire money framed a very conservative outcome. That's the real story.

The Boudin recall is entirely based on local media mythology. They should own it.

The "crime wave." The "unsafe city." There's no reality here—but it's creating a dangerous political narrative, with the SF cops the big winners.