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Tagged with: Labor

Nonprofit with $20 million in city money defies supes, won’t talk about labor issues

Board members furious that the Felton Institute refused to answer questions at a hearing on union-contract issues.

The national pundits can complain, but in SF, progressives get things done

The San Francisco left is fighting for things that the national Democratic Party has abandoned.

John Crew, legendary police accountability activist (and wonderful guy) dies at 65

Plus: The mayor's mandatory resignation letters—and why the new Housing Element Draft is a long, detailed, carefully crafted joke. That's The Agenda for Oct. 9-16

Grassroots Democrats denounce PAC that helped get Haney elected to Assembly

Govern for California is anti-labor, anti-teacher, anti-single-payer, and pro-Matt Haney. Now county committees around the state are telling Democrats not to take the money.

Ads for Yimby measure not just misleading but illegal, complaint says

Filing argues that use of city seal implies wrongly that the Fire Department or its workers support the Yimby-backed and tech-bro-funded housing measure.

How independent are Breed’s commissioners? Apparently not very.

Plus: The Planning Department is talking about 'equity;' what does that mean? That's The Agenda for Sept. 25-Oct. 2

Artist Emmy Lou Packard shines in overdue expo—but she never left SF walls

She apprenticed with Diego Rivera, and mentored the Mission's mural movement.

Why Trader Joe’s workers are joining the fight to unionize

As the giant cuts back benefits after COVID, workers are exposing the big lie that corporations care for 'crew' over profits

Prop A’s failure and why we need to fight for Muni

The June election shows the importance of a powerful grassroots movement for transit justice

Arts Forecast: Laborfest in full swing, Foodwise dines out, more

Danceworks, Pod Blotz, Xiu Xiu, Depeche Mode tribute, Jim Henson's commercials, other great events. Plus: Diego Rivera is coming