Stories about Violence

Sharen Hewitt, force of nature and grandmother to hundreds of activists, is dead

She took care of so many, for so long, and fought for so much. She will be sorely missed

Growing chorus agrees Gascon bungled the Zarate case

While rightwingosphere goes crazy, SF looks at how DA tried to turn tragic accident into murder

Always, forced to move

Talking about displaced people, around the world and here at home

OPINION: Cannabis is not a threat to our neighborhoods

If we treated bars and nightlife the way some at City Hall want to treat weed outlets, this city would be a much worse place

Examined Life: The subtle power of ‘me too’

Why empathy is a key ingredient to activism in the world of sexual assault

The climate apocalypse is upon us

Here's how you can help the fire victims in the North Bay

Frisco Five lead march to Sacto for victims of police violence

The hunger strikers are taking their case to the state attorney general with a 14-day march

59 dead. Hundreds maimed. And we still can’t get real gun control

How many more will have to die before the NRA and its allies are finally discredited?

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