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Soprano Julia Bullock finds ‘History’s Persistent Voice’ in records of formerly enslaved

At SF Symphony, the singer performs a collection of historical words set to new music by Black women composers

Raging Grannies and Radical Women on protecting reproductive rights—and more

We’ll tell them that if abortion is not legal, abortions won’t be gone, they will just be unsafe.

Letter to the Editor: A mural for Ukraine

Keeping the lost art of Maria Pryimachenko alive in San Francisco, and hoping for peace.

Screen Grabs: Fighting back, from Armenian revolution to Civil Rights struggle

Plus: An in-depth look inside Balanchine's notorious ballet classroom. New movies!

Remembering Spain’s 15-M Movement, Occupy’s scrappy precursor

As the US looks back a decade later, a necessary reminder that Occupy was a reverberation of a global movement.

DoorDash drivers go to CEO’s door to demand fair wages and working conditions

The company offered 120 precent of minimum wage when it wanted to pass Prop. 22. But workers say they are still getting a raw deal.

Will Mayor Breed declare a state of emergency on drug-overdose deaths?

Activists, supervisors, DA all say it's time to defy the state and feds and set up city-backed safe-injection sites.

Drag legend Terence Alan Smith takes center stage in ‘The Beauty President’

As Joan Jett Blakk, the performer made two historic runs for president. A new short film asks what could have been.

Screen Grabs: ‘Homeroom’ dives deep into a crisis-riven Oakland school year

Plus: Infamous '90s ambulance-chasing in 'Whirlybird' and a great free documentary series at BAMPFA outdoors

Homelessness—and failed solutions— in Salt Lake City and Denver

Sweeps and attacks on the unhoused are not just happening in the Bay Area; it's a national problem.