This week has been a lot of Trump, sports, another shooting, scapegoating and more Trump. As much as I hate to focus so heavily on the crap coming out of the White House, this week’s news pretty much dictates that I do just that. I apologize in advance. But let’s
Here’s your weekly taste of what matters in the Bay and beyond. ICE takes on the sanctuary – sanctuary fights back Let’s be clear, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is pissed off at California for protecting immigrants. Acting Director Thomas Homan took to Fox News in December to declare
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“It was the best of the times, it was the worst of times.” The past week of news has been both inspiring and frighteningly destructive on different fronts. Here, we’ll try to wrap up some of the best, worst and weird stories impacting the country and the Bay. All that
Guest post by Breanna Reeves Approximately one year into Donald Trump’s presidency, the 2nd annual Women’s March emphasized the importance of voting by encouraging attendees to take their power to the polls. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti estimated that 500,000 attendees showed up in support of women’s rights, intersectionality and
If it can be said that strength is gained through adversity, than the past year under Trump has been like super food for women. And that may be his most remarkable, yet unintentional, accomplishment yet. Anger is a powerful motivator and it was that anger coupled with a growing sense
Welcome to this week’s Bay Area News Roundup for January 11 – 18, 2018 Women will March across the globe Woman’s Marches all across the world are scheduled for the weekend of January 20-21. There are 8 major marches happening specifically in the Bay Area on January 20th. A list of
via Bay Area Resistance Trump just ended DACA. He just put the lives of 800,000 young immigrants at risk. These are our friends, family and neighbors who are losing their permit to work and stay, who are now at risk of deportation. But remember, DACA was won through the courageous