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Tagged with: Workers

Arts Forecast: Choose your own adventure in a city full of wonders

Lila Downs, Front Line Assembly, Kronos Quartet, Rob Reger, Chinese Pioneers, Punk in the 'Loin, more terrific doings this week

Screen Grabs: A return to rep’s heyday, from ‘Fantastic Planet’ to ‘Hot Fuzz’

A smorgasbord of big screen classics. Plus: gay love in the Russian military, harrowing tales of Donbass, embalmed Filipina love.

Screen Grabs: ‘Song for Cesar’ pumps up the music behind Chicano Power

Plus: 'Master' and 'Alice' probe Black experience spooky and surreal, and 'Fabian: Going to the Dogs' delves into early Nazi Germany

Peter Haberfeld, lawyer, organizer, and legendary community activist, dies

Advocate for civil rights, labor rights, and the power of the people, was 80.

Gig workers seek support hubs where they can rest, charge, and pee

Companies like Doordash and Uber Eats offer no help to the people who make their operations possible.

Taxi drivers protest, demand relief from SF’s failed permit program

Drivers decimated by Uber and Lyft say SF cheated them out of millions, and they want action, now.

Labor, housing activists tell supes: Trickle-down policy is a failure

Hearing on jobs-housing mix makes clear that market-based solutions haven't worked and the city needs a new approach.

Labor organizing is a part of SF life

Reflections on winning and losing in the local and national movement.

Giants workers get record contract

Threat of playoff strike leads to a big win—but COVID is still a serious threat to the people who staff ballpark concessions.

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.