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Tagged with: Native Americans

50 years ago, San Bruno Mountain was almost cut in half

Remembering a successful community campaign to save the local environment—as climate challenges loom.

The campaign against CRT is all about preserving white privilege

That's the story the right-wing politicians don't want to talk about—because it's still a very real part of American life.

Join us live on Thursday for: The Sixties, uncensored and unredacted

Join us Thursday/10 for a live discussion with David and Margaret Talbot, authors of "By the Light of Burning Dreams: The Triumphs and Tragedies of the Second American Revolution."

Beyond roads and bridges: The push to consider nature as essential ‘infrastructure’

In a land of drought and pollution, can environmental harmony be built into Build Back Better?

In memory of Shock G, the Piano Man

The death of a Bay Area funk and rap legend hits home

Has the Chron even noticed that we are in a national reckoning over racism?

From the coverage of the school names changes, apparently not.

The New York Times fails on equitable cities

The New York Times has been hyping its America We Need series of stories, editorials, and events on future public policy, and the latest...

Books: ‘Caste’ and the history of racism in the US

Isabel Wilkerson’s Caste: The Origins of Our Discontent has received acclaims from literary critics in addition to bringing Oprah to tears. The book presents...

‘Bureau of Aesthetics’ prioritizes Native arts

With Native Art Department International (NADI), Jason Lujan says he and Maria Hupfield try to collapse distinctions and treat other artists in a way...

Arts Forecast: Two-spirits celebrate 20 years of Bay community

The annual Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits powwow marks a key gathering for the region's Native American community. From the gourd dance to the...