New teachers in the San Francisco would be financially better off if they pursued a career as a bricklayer or morgue attendant. Vote to keep and attract teachers to San Francisco
Guest Post by: Emma Williams Buying designer clothing from a wholesaler can save you money without sacrificing quality. It is an opportunity to provide the best to your clients while enjoying the perks that come with wholesale purchases. There are however many mistakes buyers will make when engaging wholesalers to their
After the San Francisco Bloody Mary Festival I needed a cold shower. It wasn’t just that some of the cocktails were orgasmic (they were) or that I went to the fest with a head cold and a fever (I did): it was more that the venue was warm and the drinks were spicy and after downing 13 of the city’s best Marys, mama needed to cool down.
When you Move Away From San Francisco, there are many things you will miss, and this may be the ultimate list
OPEN LETTER BY RUPA MARYA, MD OF THE DO NO HARM COALITION The Do No Harm Coalition, who also recently came out in support of Colin Kaepernick, were asked by indigenous caregivers out North Dakota to make a public statement of support in hopes of inspiring more health workers to stand. This
Open letter by Rupa Marya, MD of the Do No Harm Coalition Dear Colin Kaepernick, I am writing to you to express deep respect, as a person born and raised in the Bay Area and a physician on faculty at UCSF who has been caring for the people of SF since
This op-ed is written by Jennifer Friedenbach, Executive Director of the Coalition on Homelessness A version of this originally ran in the SF Examiner Thursday August 18 A young African American man I talked to recently shared how he is living in an encampment near the now cleared Division Street.
When I speak of “White Privilege”, I am mainly referring to White Male affluent privilege, but also included in the sway is the lesser Privilege of affluent White women