Saturday, September 19, 2020

Tag: Racism

Ficks’ Picks: Favorite films (spoiler-free!) of 2016

SCREEN GRABS Our esteemed film critic Jesse Hawthorne Ficks, who attended Sundance, SFiFF, Crossroads, Frameline, and Mill Valley Film Festival this year, picks the cream 2016’s cinematic crop. Bookmark this...

2016: Some very bright spots

Good lord, 2016 -- the year the music died, the year the Internet got too real, the year America got majorly oranged. When the Bay Area wasn't showing its...

Dramatic video shows BART cops beating innocent man

Dramatic new video footage from BART Police body cameras shows in detail how a young African American man was restrained and beaten by officers after being stopped for an...

Homelessness and colonial media

"The Homeless caused the fires, they are always leaving trash and causing a mess everywhere they go," read the headline scrolling across the screen under the KTVUinvestigates2 banner....

Standing Rock Diary: ‘I am honored to be a healer warrior’

From 2002-2007, I was a primary care physician for US veterans in my training at UCSF. I was able to meet many young men returning from war who were...

Defending San Francisco values

  You have to go back to 1972, and the landslide victory of Richard Nixon, to find a moment where so many people were so upset and scared as they...

Vigil in Castro: Somber faces and fears as Donald Trump wins election

Thousands of Bay Area residents came out on the streets to protest the election results that declared Donald Trump as President of the United States. Protestors marched down from...

‘I woke up in horror and disbelief’

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico is arguably the foreign country that has suffered the most from Trump’s callous racism throughout his campaign. In the wake of his election, Mexicans have been...

OPINION: Some SF ballot measures Donald Trump would love

This November, the nation will face the possibility of electing a ruthless real estate developer whose rhetoric is filled with reactionary outbursts, misogyny, racism, and xenophobia. But here we always...

Following the big tech and real estate money in D11 and D9

  It’s getting more and more complicated to Follow the Money in San Francisco, particularly when so many campaigns are making so many misleading statements about their politics and their...