Why Protesting Trump Matters

Posted January 19, 2017 by

If past marches against both Iraq Wars in 1991 and 2003, for immigrant rights in 2006, and for Solidarity Day in 1981 are an example, the Bay Area is about to explode in a weekend of mass protest. The big
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Richmond Shows How Progressives Can Win

Posted January 17, 2017 by

As millions look to further social and economic justice during the Trump presidency, many will seek change at the local level.  Steve Early’s new book on the progressive political transformation of Richmond, California, Refinery Town: Big Oil, Big Money, and
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A Mary Poppins Twist on Trump

Posted January 17, 2017 by Lainey Feingold

In searching for a song for the women’s march next Saturday,  San Jose Civil rights lawyer Mandy Hawes came up with this brilliant alternative to the Mary Poppins’ classic super-cali-fragilisticexpialidocious.  She is pictured here holding the sign she made for
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Celebrating President Obama’s environmental legacy

Posted January 12, 2017 by Margie Alt

PROTECTING OUR PLANET FROM THE WORST IMPACTS OF GLOBAL WARMING “From the Climate Action Plan to investing in renewable energy and setting strong fuel economy standards and forging the historic Paris Climate Agreement, President Obama’s unprecedented leadership on cutting global
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TL Dreams: Rea Lynn de Guzman

Posted January 12, 2017 by Katie Conry

Rea Lynn de Guzman is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores psychological and socio-political themes surrounding liminal identity, cultural assimilation, and the Filipino/a diaspora, tempered by her experience as a Filipina immigrant living in the United States. At the age
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