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Tagged with: Racism

Watch: Legendary DJ Paulette gives us juicy nightlife history on Music Book Club

'Welcome to the Club' details more than 30 years of UK house music history and her own fascinating story.

The Great Migration travels beyond South to North in ‘Movement in Every Direction’

A BAMPFA show expands how we think about one of the biggest mass movements in US history.

About those political ‘protests’ …

The events against Peskin and Chan were mostly paid hacks, allies of the mayor, and people who don't live in the districts.

Ranger, activist, housewife, centenarian: ‘Sign My Name to Freedom’ traces an extraordinary life

Betty Reid Soskin's continuing journey is set to music—and portrayed by four actors—at Z Space.

102-year-old heroine Betty Reid Soskin’s journey premieres on Bay Area stage

Writings and songs by the nation's oldest park ranger and longtime activist form base of 'Sign My Name To Freedom.'

Shanti Charan jokes to fight recidivism for people in Bay Area jails

The local comedian-educator uses humor as a tool when teaching college-level courses at Elmwood Correctional Facility.

In poignant ‘The Far Country,’ immigrants caught in an endless cycle of abuse

Lloyd Suh's Berkeley Rep premiere shows the racist US system's damaging affects on Chinese workers.

Jewelle Gomez’s ‘Unpacking in P’Town’ lights out on 1959 chosen family vacay

Playwright says her latest calls upon real life, but its catty quintet seem oddly divorced from the times.

UCSF says it will ‘retain and grow’ services at two local hospitals …

Running on little to no sleep after working a night shift at the UCSF Parnassus Intensive Care Unit, Matthew Jones stood on the steps...

Andrew Wilson’s ‘Torn Asunder’ sees Black men in new light, two ways at once

Once a nude model, a photographer imparts the freedom he once felt to others, in show at Johnathan Carver Moore.