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Month: March 2021

Car Caravan Calls for an End to US EmbargoBay Area

Car Caravan Calls for an End to US Embargo

On Sunday, a group of 35 or so participants organized a car caravan to demand the end to the 61-year
School Reopening Becomes Battleground Against Public EducationBay Area

School Reopening Becomes Battleground Against Public Education

San Francisco — After a heated battle between the city and its own school district, the city will begin a
Catch up with District 5 Supervisor Dean PrestonBay Area

Catch up with District 5 Supervisor Dean Preston

Recently, the SFIJ had the opportunity to meet and catch up with San Francisco’s District 5 Supervisor Dean Preston. Dean,
Fresno Becomes the Largest City in America with Free BusesCalifornia

Fresno Becomes the Largest City in America with Free Buses

Fresno — With the election of Councilmember Tyler Maxwell cementing a Democratic super majority in City Council, Fresno has signalled
Oil and Gas Industry Hunkers Down in Kern County. Will the State Apply Any Regulation?California

Oil and Gas Industry Hunkers Down in Kern County. Will the State Apply Any Regulation?

Despite the image of a state government that “believes in the science” of climate change, and Governor Newsom’s presentation as
Tech exodus: Salesforce allows its employees to Work From AnywhereBay Area

Tech exodus: Salesforce allows its employees to Work From Anywhere

Salesforce informed the public on Monday, February 9th, that they will allow all of their employees to work remotely. This
Hundreds Protested Virtually as CCSF Faces Layoffs Due to Budget ShortfallBay Area

Hundreds Protested Virtually as CCSF Faces Layoffs Due to Budget Shortfall

SAN FRANCISCO — For over a decade, the City College of San Francisco and its faculty union, American Federation of
Activists Demonstrated in Solidarity with Haiti at Civic CenterBay Area

Activists Demonstrated in Solidarity with Haiti at Civic Center

SAN FRANCISCO — On March 1, beginning at 4 pm, around 60 people came together for a spirited demonstration in
Retaliation Against SF Bay View Journalist Will Continue After Court RulingBay Area

Retaliation Against SF Bay View Journalist Will Continue After Court Ruling

SAN FRANCISCO — After months of retaliation for speaking out against the unsafe conditions at the halfway house, SF Bay
Supervisor Preston Proposes Public Bike Share for the CityBay Area

Supervisor Preston Proposes Public Bike Share for the City

Public transit like many City functions is in flux: Muni is running at a skeletal pace and the cable cars