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Tagged with: NAACP

Robert Moses’ ‘New Legacies’ takes on the specter of censorship

'There’s a body to culture and we’re cutting off the legs and arms,' says choreographer about latest innovative work.

Breed ignores community, takes full credit for delay in Safeway closure

Oh, and 40 years ago, Mayor Feinstein vetoed a bill the might have prevented Safeway from just abandoning the Western Addition.

Screen Grabs: ‘Priscilla,’ locked in a golden Graceland cage

Sofia Coppola's opaque tribute. Plus: Colman Domingo plays Civil Rights giant 'Rustin,' border-town education gets 'Radical'

Screen Grabs: Mill Valley Film Fest dances onto screens, with mighty big features

Starpower and highly anticipated new releases fuel the 46th edition. Plus: Gialloween, 'Hello Dankness,' and fighting Monsanto

The Oakland school bomb threat is a dire warning about our current politics

Right-wing activism is happening at both the national and the local level.

Civil Rights leader Ben Jealous on new book: ‘The insanity of racism diminishes all’

In 'Never Forget Our People Were Always Free: A Parable of American Healing,' the former NAACP head gets personal

Screen Grabs: From Harry Styles to Predator, via Pasolini and the UN—what a weekend

Wild and twisty tales from Russia and Korea, an homage to an experimental curator, Emmett Till's mother, more movies

Arts Forecast: 6 quick Litquake picks, Kafana Balkan returns, Día at SOMArts…

Fre!heit, Hard French, Park Jiha, New Black Vanguard, Iceage meets Earth, more great things to do this week

On Supreme Court, liberals have one job to do—and they’re not doing it

Expanding the court is our only hope. Why are so many progressive groups and leaders sitting on their hands?

Under the Stars: For Juneteenth, support Black justice while expanding your musical horizons

A Friday fundraiser for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund: Score new tunes from rRoxymore, Fulu Kolektiv, Shawn Pittman, more