The New York Times Sunday Magazine on November 26 featured a cover story and lengthy article to examining why America’s low-income children are poorly educated. Paul Tough’s “What It Will Really Take to Close The Education Gap” sought to explain Read More »
Posted November 28, 2006 by Harrison Chastang KPOO FM Radio
Black leaders in both the United States and on the African continent have denounced reports of racial and cultural profiling by upscale San Francisco Hotel Vitale against prominent UC Irvine professor and writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o, who was attending a Read More »
I wrote last week that Illinois Senator Barack Obama would have his best chance of winning the presidency in 2008.
Since that time, Obama has proposed withdrawing troops from Iraq within 4-6 months, a stance likely to win him support Read More »
If Democrats want to make good on their commitment to saving the middle class and protecting the poor, it will have to start by supporting all of their young people who have the academic ability, but not the financial flexibility, Read More »
Beyond Chron is looking for a staff writer to cover Oakland City politics on a regular basis, preferably weekly. Journalism background a plus. Activist background and close relationship with progressive activists in Oakland a definite plus. Please send two writing Read More »
The last contested election in San Francisco came to an end this afternoon with Sierra Club activist John Rizzo winning a seat on the Community College Board. With virtually all the provisional ballots counted, Rizzo is now 292 votes ahead Read More »
I agreed with everything you said — until I read the last statement – that you passed the bar. That’s just what SF needs, another attorney.
Former Legal Secretary
That was a good story on Read More »
As San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom heads into his re-election year, many of his top priorities remain unfulfilled. The San Francisco Chronicle is focusing so intently on the Mayor’s social life that it is easy to forget that Newsom had Read More »