Stories about Protest

Our most-read stories of 2017

From the groundbreaking Women's March to the shocking death of Mayor Ed Lee, 48 Hills continued to cover the stories that mattered.

No questions for Ed Lee? What has happened to the idea of robust debate?

The Agenda: Question Time has become a farce. Plus: Stopping evictions, SF politics 101, and fighting Trump's tax plan

Little-known Yimby-developer bills will have big impact on local planning

Growth machine continues its attack on anything that stands in the way of more market-rate housing

Arts Forecast: Autumn Lights, Space Visitors, Clarion Alley Block Party …

Gathering of the Tribes, Liszt Gala, Open Carry Guitar Rally, Ed Asner, and more cool things ahead this week.

How to save a very cool bookstore

New arts and news collective 34 Trinity springs into action to preserve GF Wilkinson Books in the Financial District.

OPINION: Let’s abolish Columbus Day

It's time to find another way to celebrate Italian-American heritage

Opinion: Airbnb must stop discriminating against disabled people

The hospitality giant still allows hosts to reject people with disabilities, and that needs to end

Lessons from Stop the Draft Week 50 years ago

In 1967, protesters filled the streets of Oakland to stop the draft. Seven faced serious charges -- and their message still resonates today

Protest over ‘backroom deal’ on Excelsior affordable housing project

Community leaders cry foul over closed-door Safai talks with Safeway and Bridge Housing

The Dreamers were betrayed

They are Americans as much as any of us -- and Trump is trying to take away their hope