02 Feb 2024

“No Fuel for Genocide” Protesters Crash Chevron CEO’s Dinner in Oakland

Oakland protesters chanted “No Fuel for Genocide” during their unexpected interruption at the dinner of Chevron CEO Mike Wirth in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood. The surprise visit aimed to condemn Chevron for its involvement in supporting Israel’s apartheid regime and the continuing crisis in Palestine. In a TikTok by @jersey.noahx, you

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23 Jan 2024

London Breed Refuses To Sign Gaza Ceasefire Resolution

Since the horrific attack on Israel on Oct. 7th, and the disproportionate response by the Israeli government, many people have taken to the streets demanding a ceasefire. And it’s not hard to see why: according to recent figures, anywhere between twenty and thirty thousand people have been killed on the

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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22 Jan 2024

San Francisco First Major U.S. City to Call for Ceasefire in Gaza

After months of local protest, those in the Bay supporting an end to the escalating humanitarian crisis in Gaza have reason to celebrate. There’s been a boat shutdown and countless demonstrations, but only in early January did the city of San Francisco itself join the cause taken up by the

15 Jan 2024

Over 25,000 People Rallied for Palestine in San Francisco

On Sunday, January 14th, San Francisco saw the the sister rally for the National March on Washington for Gaza, which took place on Saturday, January 13th, in Washington DC, and reportedly drew over 400,000 people. The rally demanded an end to genocide and to the siege in Gaza. According to

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18 Dec 2023

This San Francisco Show Explores Palestinian Futures

On Wednesday, December 20, sound healers, writers, and many more will hold space in a Mission District gallery to dream of what Palestine might be like in 20 years, 100 years, the future. “Voices of Palestinian Futures” is an integrated program featuring six Palestinian artists exploring what lies in store

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27 Nov 2023

This Writer Rallying for Liberation Knows War All Too Well

Six writers brought out a much bigger crowd than you might think for a chilly Thursday night on 24th Street. Though many poetry and literary events are titanic in an area with as rich a history for it as the San Francisco Bay Area, most shows are on the smaller

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06 Nov 2023

Why San Francisco Politics Matter After All That

There’s a tense air in San Francisco. The city is readying for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) — a major international conference hosting President Joe Biden and General Secretary Xi Jinping alike — and erupting in demonstrations against the evolving humanitarian crisis in Gaza, raised to a fever pitch by

15 Jul 2020

What Do Anti-BDS Laws Tell Us About America’s Future?

By Ian Firstenberg On Monday July 13, Republican Governor Mike Parson of Missouri signed an executive order prohibiting the state from doing business with companies that support the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions, or BDS, movement that calls on international lawmakers to end “support for Israel’s oppression of Palestinians.”  Missouri is the

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