The Vigil: Mayor London Breed’s Ethic Violations Reflect the Pure Irony of Our Justice System

Mayor London Breed was fined a total of $22,792 for ethics violation on several counts of misusing her title for personal gain; including accepting money for car repairs by the former head of public works department Mohammed Nuru, buying herself two floats in the city’s 2015 Pride parade, and sending a letter to former governor Jerry Brown requesting her brother be released from prison early.

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Administration’s Plans to Reopen Campus Receives Backlash

Administration recently proposed a plan to reopen campuses to in person learning, but there have been discussions about delaying it due to frustration with the lack of consideration and planning.

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Vaccine Eligibility and How Able-Bodied People are Cheating it

Gov. Gavin Newsom has made the claim that everyone in California will be vaccinated by the end of April, but some residents are cheating the lines and already receiving their doses before they are eligible.

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Author and Survivor Chanel Miller Speaks about the Importance of Community Support

Author Chanel Miller spoke to two different journalists and read from her memoir, Know My Name, through the San Francisco Public Library’s program, One City One Book.

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Benjamin Bac Sierra on the Reality of Fiction

Benjamin Bac Sierra gives insight into the people, ideas, and experiences behind his book Pura Neta and how the work of fiction is in some ways more honest than reality. He speaks about his relationship with the characters and how they mirror him in some aspects, and what really inspires him to write. 

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