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Tagged with: Racism

Screen Grabs: Those dastardly dinos are back (yawn)

Jurassic World roars in. Plus: Afrofuturistic fantasia Neptune Frost, Clash semi-doc Rude Boy, Throne of Blood, more

Screen Grabs: ‘Who We Are’ lays out just how much racial justice has stalled

Plus: Poetic 'Why is We Americans,' listless 'Sundown,' rousing 'The Conductor'—and 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner,' too.

A farewell to SF Weekly

Editing San Francisco's last alt-weekly paper was probably the most fun I will ever have in my life.

Sean San José: ‘There needs to be a home for more people’ in local theater

The new Magic Theatre Artistic Director builds on his deep roots with a passion for actual—not superficial—inclusion.

BIPOC residents of Mission Bay feel more welcome than in the rest of SF

In a new community with 30 percent affordable housing, displacement and gentrification aren't creating instability.

‘It’s always been there:’ Dolores Huerta speaks out on racism and Jim Crow

At 91, the co-founder of the United Farmworkers Union is still active and speaking out against voter suppression.

In ‘Plexiglass,’ a poet illuminates voices of the incarcerated

A new volume offers a critique of the criminal justice system through the lens of prison writing workshops

Good Taste: A love letter to SF’s Indian food

Samosa sandwiches, artichoke pakoras, giant dosas, more. Plus: Seafood businesses we like better than Swan Oyster Depot

Rada drums, hammer, and sickle: Oakland artist configures new worlds

Haitian-born creator Rivka Louissaint takes seriously art's potential for social change.

‘Respect’ director spotlights Aretha Franklin’s mighty activism

Former Berkeley Rep director Liesl Tommy grew up under South African apartheid, values music's transformative power