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Americans can have better healthcare at lower cost

by Barry Hermanson
The New York Health Act, which would create a state-run Medicare-style single-payer system, now has 30 cosponsors in the …

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Folsom hunger strikers issue demands and grievances

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The antithesis of oppression: How I survived 20 years of solitary confinement

Americans can have better healthcare at lower cost

Trump's Bloody America: The De Facto Lynching of Richard Collins III

Positive impact in African American community is key to Democratic infrastructure jobs plan

Folsom hunger strike begins today, May 25 – your support is needed

The story of SF Mayor Hood Robin’ and his Merrie Men

Gentrification hits Brooklyn House: Sugar Hill DJ Rob ‘Da Noize’ Temple faces eviction

A Conversation with Psychiatrist Bandy Lee About Donald Trump's Mental Health and the Dangers He Poses to the World

SF Black Film Fest doc chronicles Atlantic City’s Madame of Black hair

‘Pass Interference: The Davone Bess story’ tackles mental illness in NFL at SF Black Film Fest

'Alt-Reich Nation': White Racist Accused of Killing Black College Student

SF Sounds’ ‘Bring on the Bayview’ by Sarah Burchard greenlights white supremacist gentrification

Colorism in the Black community is the subject of SF Black Film Fest-selected film, ‘Cream’

‘#Victim 505’: Local filmmaker Antwon Rollins’ horror short selected for SF Black Film Fest

Former FBI Counterintelligence Operative Naveed Jamali Explains How Russia Could Have Infiltrated Trump's White House

Suspense and drama encapsulate SF Black Film Fest pick ‘Live a Little’

Reality Check: Even if He is Impeached Donald Trump Will Have Done Great Damage to American Society

SF County Transportation Authority seeks Construction Management Services

Hunger strike set to begin May 25 in Old Folsom ASU/Ad-Seg

Tribute to my pops, Kilo G Perry

White Male Privilege Hurts America: If Donald Trump was a Woman or a Person of Color He Would be Impeached by Now

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SF County Transportation Authority seeks Independent Analysis and Oversight Services

SF Black Film Festival highlights human trafficking in ‘When Love Kills: The Falicia Blakely Story’

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Political short ‘White Face’ hits SF Black Film Fest like a tsunami

Zimbabwean women and man resort to Prostitution in South Africa

Love story ‘Boston2Philly’ selected for San Francisco Black Film Festival

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