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Tuesday, March 5, 2024

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Tagged with: War on Drugs

While they helped win WWII, Hunters Point Shipyard’s Black workers fought discrimination at home

Stacey Carter talk focused on valiant history of resistance and neglect leading to Board of Supervisors' apology.

Right-wing attack on local judges is officially underway

Two candidates backed by StopCrimeSF have now filed to challenge sitting judges, and more may be on the way.

We all want local government to work—but for whom?

The Chron seems to think the plutocrats are the ones who ought to be in charge. That's never ended well.

The new War on Drugs isn’t working any better than the old one did ….

But Breed and Jenkins are pushing to make it worse. We have seen this before and it ended very badly.

Letter to the editor: Feinstein, the drug warrior

She opposed legalizing even medical cannabis, supported War on Drugs prison sentences, and even fought against federal marijuana research.

Nourished by art in the Bayview, rooted in love

After a busy farmers' market at the Southeast Community Center, artist Malik Seneferu described how his hard past helped paint a brighter future.

The Chron’s coverage of drugs and Honduras gets into the courtroom—and trouble

Reporters talk to jurors during trial; public defender seeking a new trial. The dangerous media narrative remains.

‘Jeopardy!’ champ Amy Schneider does not want to be your favorite trans person on TV

On the eve of her appearance at Porchlight Storytelling's Litquake edition, the beloved game show guru and memoir author isn't holding back.

Corporate propaganda has cost 90 percent of US residents $47 trillion. Here’s why

Eminent science historian Naomi Oreskes talks about business, government, and her groundbreaking new book, 'The Big Myth.'

Breed continues to push arrests as solution to substance-abuse issues

Evidence shows this policy never works as right-wingers continue to push their attacks on local judges