“More Than a Wall” Exhibit Portrays Hardships of Excruciating Labor Conditions at the Mexican – U.S. Border

Juan Gonzales, Chair of the Journalism Department, was part of a team of panelists on opening day on Feb. 12. The exhibit runs from Feb. 12 to May 22 at the Main San Francisco Public Library, in the Jewett Gallery on the Lower Level.

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Call for Leonard Peltier’s Pardon; Nation Looks to Biden to Right a Wrong

Supporters of a Native American activist who has spent more than 40 years behind bars for a crime he says he didn’t commit have ramped up their push for clemency after he recently tested positive for COVID-19.

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Mayor Breed Awards $4.7 Million to AAPI and Latino Cultural Groups

$400,00 will fund the “We Are Bruce Lee” exhibit at the Chinese Historical Society of America, with another $600,000 for an art gallery and welcome center adjacent to the exhibit. Other grantees include the Mission District’s Carnaval, the Chinatown Festival of Lights, and small businesses in Chinatown.

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Bite-Sized Review: The Only Victorian House in SF That Operates as a Museum

Located on 2007 Franklin Street in San Francisco, the Haas-Lilienthal House is the only intact Victorian house in the city that operates as a museum complete with original furniture and artifacts.

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23-Year-Old AIDS Mural in the Castro District Defaced with Graffiti

Painted in 1998, the mural Hope for the World Cure, at Market and 15th Street in the Castro district, is one of the most powerful public artworks about the chaos and solidarity of the AIDS crisis in San Francisco and worldwide. In late December 2021, approximately one-third of the two-story mural was defaced with graffiti. Restoration will cost an estimated $50,000, according to public relations.

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Thanks to City College Grad, Delano Nursery Still Growing Strong

Delano Nursery might be celebrating their 100-year anniversary, but City College graduate Lauren Borden is infusing the business with new life. The nursery’s sales have grown exponentially since Borden joined in 2014, going from 58,000 to 2.85 million products sold in a year.

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Over 50 Attend SFSU’s Discussion of Protest Film “Agents of Change”

By Daphne Young dyoung9@mail.ccsf.edu   On Wednesday night, Dec. 1, San Francisco State University hosted a virtual screening of the

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Sunrise Gathering Continues Tradition of Native Activism on Alcatraz

An unbroken chain connected the original occupiers to this year’s gathering, with Elijah Oakes, Richard Oakes’ grandson, tending the fire in the center of the circle. Desiree Harp sang “Water so deep, water so wide” as seagulls cried overhead, human and avian voices joined together. Round Valley Pomo dancers performed as well as drummers and other musicians, with breaks in between for speakers. 

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