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by Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC) Dear Friends and Comrades, At this late date, given that Mumia’s next court hearing is on Oct. 29, two weeks away, many of us have felt that not enough attention has been paid to challenging Philadelphia’s widely hailed, new “liberal” District Attorney Larry Krasner. His deadly role in Mumia’s […]

by Ann Garrison If you’re opposed to war, how can you not love Julian Assange? Peace has been his overarching goal ever since he hacked into Pentagon computers at age 17, and he still has hope. In 2011, he told RT: “Nearly every war that has started in the past 50 years has been the […]

Statement regarding the Nationwide Prison Strike of 2018 issued Oct. 15, 2018, by the Prison Strike Media Team by Amani Sawari, Jared Ware and the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC) National Media Subcommittee The extent of repression and retaliation by prison authorities against suspected participants in this year’s nationwide prison strike continues to emerge slowly. […]

  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR  SEISMIC UPGRADE AT 363 NOE STREET AND 4101 NORIEGA STREET Solicitation: 18-050-IFB-0020   The Housing Authority of the City and County of San Francisco will receive sealed bids for Seismic Upgrade Project for 363 Noe Street and 4101 Noriega Street Housing Development in San Francisco. Construction cost ranges from $170,000 […]

by Amani Sawari I used to listen to Kanye West often. “Late Registration” was one of my favorite albums, so you can’t get me not to sing along to every single word of “Gold Digger.” Over the years, West has never been afraid to speak out even if what he had to say wasn’t in […]

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by Baba Jahahara Amen-RA Alkebulan-Ma’at On Sept. 24, our San Francisco Bay View newspaper was recognized as a Legacy Business by the San Francisco Historical Preservation Commission and Small Business Commission. This is quite significant! This status, which honors enterprises with 30 or more years of community service, means additional city and county support, education […]

by Aubry Stone, special to California Black Media partners Jackie Roberts and her nephew, Raft Hollingsworth III, 66, a Seattle Parks Department retiree who invested his retirement savings into the business, work at the Hollingsworth Cannabis Co. in rural Western Washington. – Photo: Erika Schultz, Seattle Times One of the great advantages of Proposition 64 […]

Campaign launches to end U.S. invasion and occupation of Africa by Ajamu Baraka   Oct. 1, 2018 – The Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) has launched U.S. Out of Africa!: Shut Down AFRICOM, a campaign designed to end the U.S. invasion and occupation of Africa. Today marks the 10th anniversary of the establishment of AFRICOM, […]


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