Celebrating the Fourth of July was hypocritical for Frederick Douglass then as it is today!
How does a society grapple with certain undeniable historical truths?
Board of trustees served notice of voting rights violation reminiscent of 1960s South
HPD’s unwillingness to explain and city council’s failure to conduct oversight into the perplexing number of police traffic stops is a major lapse of governance
“… that standing armies in time of peace are dangerous to liberty, and therefore ought to be avoided, …” the same can be said about a militarized police force
A conspiracy of silence with city officials and the court of justice to generate ill-gained revenue
Tax extension is a euphemism for a tax increase
With 5 percent of the world’s population but more than a quarter of the world's prisoner population, the U.S. needs to seek enlightened policies to address social problems without an intense reliance on prison and over-policing
“This Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn”
Why Measure P is misguided and shoud fail for not meeting our true needs
The political and social choices we are confronted with in the upcoming elections
This is the second of a three-part series on the political and social choices with which we are confronted in the upcoming elections
This is the first of a three-part series on the political and social choices we are confronted with in the upcoming elections
How elected officials and police conspired to prey on California drivers to unethically "generate revenue" for city/county coffers
Mobile Justice CA app empowers the public to record police conduct and hold elected officials accountable
Local advocates hope this ‘seed money’ will attract more funding.
Jose Antonio Barajas’ trial begins Oct. 4; Manuel Martinez Vasquez comes back to court Oct. 28.
The wine and food tasting raises over $125,000 for adoptive services.