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Month: April 2021

Chevron Admits Mass Pollution in the Bay Area While Blaming EngineersBay Area

Chevron Admits Mass Pollution in the Bay Area While Blaming Engineers

Chevron has admitted to a serious incident during the week of Nov. 2 2020 that caused mass pollution. KQED originally
Alphabet Workers Union Wins Settlement for a Suspended WorkerBusiness

Alphabet Workers Union Wins Settlement for a Suspended Worker

Alphabet Workers Union (AWU) won a settlement filed against Google and its contractor, Modis E&T for Unfair Labor Practice. The
Hundreds Gathered to Demand an End to Policing after Daly City ShootingBay Area

Hundreds Gathered to Demand an End to Policing after Daly City Shooting

SAN FRANCISCO—Last night, hundreds of peaceful protestors gathered for a vigil, organized by Defund SFPD Now, on the steps of
In Conversation With Long-Time Socialist Tom GallagherCalifornia

In Conversation With Long-Time Socialist Tom Gallagher

The San Francisco Independent Journal recently had the pleasure to talk with long-time socialist and DSA member Tom Gallagher. The
Assemblymembers Lee and Kalra call to ban Corporate Donations, will San Francisco representatives support it?California

Assemblymembers Lee and Kalra call to ban Corporate Donations, will San Francisco representatives support it?

San Francisco — The San Francisco Board of supervisors voted to support Assembly Bill 20 (AB20), which would add California
An under-the-radar regulatory body has the ability to greatly improve air quality. Will it do so under pressure from fossil fuel companies?Bay Area

An under-the-radar regulatory body has the ability to greatly improve air quality. Will it do so under pressure from fossil fuel companies?

The Bay Area has a reputation as an environmentally conscious region. However, this green consciousness does not manifest equitable conditions
Dandelion Chocolate Workers Rallied After Announcing UnionizationBay Area

Dandelion Chocolate Workers Rallied After Announcing Unionization

SAN FRANCISCO—After formally announcing their intent to form a union on March 17, Dandelion Chocolate workers rallied at Dolores Park