Students from high schools in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley and Pacifica left their classrooms to stand against the unprecedented bombardment of Gaza. City College of San Francisco was the only college to walk out. City College Officer Palacios said the protest was “peaceful and in the assigned area of Ram Plaza.”
Recently, San Francisco has set up a new plan to battle the ongoing war on drugs. How effective this plan will be is up to the first responders.
Within hours, every tech titan on the planet blamed the homeless population, city government, and the entirety of San Francisco voters for the death of one of their own; Cash App founder and MobileCoin Chief Product Officer Bob Lee.
Alicia Garza, activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter, spoke about the relationship between culture and policy and urged San Francisco and its people to be active participants in the fight for social justice and equality both locally and on a larger scale.
City College’s Poetry for the People class of the Interdisciplinary Studies department reaps civic engagement through nightstand of poetry inspired by “Little Free Libraries.”
A quick introduction on what workers need to know in San Francisco, and on-campus resources for students.
San Francisco city and county residents have 14 propositions to vote on in the upcoming November 2022 election
Hot Johnnies serves an entire diverse menu that now includes all-day brunch items and a vegan corned beef.
Displaying more than 150 of Rivera’s works, the exhibit maps the artist’s influence on creating Mexican and American identities.
Make no mistake: Jimmy Garoppolo’s fate as the starting quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers was decided exactly 270 days ago. That was the day, of course, that the 49ers mortgaged their future to select Trey Lance with the third pick in the 2021 NFL draft.
The deplorable situation in San Francisco does not seem to have an immediate solution, meanwhile, residents are beginning to doubt whether the policies that have been taken in recent years have been the result of the current and scary reality of San Francisco, and how long it might take to recover the city from the ruins.
Stories are Shared and History Celebrated Through the Powerful Images of the Murals in the Mission