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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Radical Street Theater Honors Mission’s History

Producer, playwright, and poet Paul Flores’ latest theater piece “History Matters in the Mission” debuted in the namesake neighborhood on Saturday, Oct. 23. The event highlighted five local activists, including City College’s own Juan Gonzales, with a dramatic spectacle of song, dance and word.

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SF Bay Area Residents Honor Ancestors Through Art

Honoring ancestors, artists, and beloved ones, SOMArts presents its 22nd Dia de Los Muertos exhibition, with 17 pieces of art including traditional altars and contemporary installations.

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Local Film Festival Rekindles Community Spirit with Boost from City College

The Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema (BHOC), a free film festival that showcases the talents of Bay Area filmmakers and runs until Oct. 29, was off to an impressive start, as it navigated COVID-19 precautions with pop-up drive-in and socially-distanced park screenings during its opening weekend, Oct. 1-2.

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