The State of San Francisco Progressive Politics

Posted November 28, 2011 by Randy Shaw

Following an election that made longtime poverty lawyer and community activist Ed Lee the city’s first elected Chinese-American mayor, and saw organized labor’s three top ballot priorities all prevail (Yes on B and C, No on D), some have inexplicably
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Occupy the .001%

Posted November 28, 2011 by Mike Miller

The #Occupy movement has accomplished extraordinary, actually quite amazing, things in a very short time: (1) private pain of economic deprivation and exploitation, and the shame of being unemployed or being conned by a bad loan that led to foreclosure,
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Student Activists Deserve Our Thanks

Posted November 23, 2011 by Randy Shaw

These are not the best of times to be a college student in the United States. Spiraling tuition costs, huge post-graduation debt, and a shrinking job market could understandably demoralize an entire generation. But recent events demonstrate that college students
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“I Heard That:” ‘Fela!’

Posted November 23, 2011 by Rochelle Metcalfe

The Curran Theatre is the TALK of the Town since the opening of 3-time Tony Award Winning Broadway musical “FELA!” debuted last week to rave reviews! Directed and choreographed by acclaimed choreographer BILL T. JONES, for which he received a
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