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Savannah Kuang

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Savannah is a freelance writer and photographer, organizer, and San Francisco native. She covers immigration, police, and justice for SFIJ.

Dandelion Chocolate Workers and Supporters Rallied After Recent LayoffsBay Area

Dandelion Chocolate Workers and Supporters Rallied After Recent Layoffs

San Francisco — Since Dandelion Chocolate workers publicly announced to unionize in March, they have been fighting against CEO Todd
Demonstrators Successfully Blocked Israeli Cargo Ship at Port of OaklandBay Area

Demonstrators Successfully Blocked Israeli Cargo Ship at Port of Oakland

OAKLAND—Hundreds of demonstrators picketed yesterday in front of six different gates at the Port of Oakland to block an Israeli
Climate Activists Gathered in Front of Richmond Refinery for Anti-Chevron DayBay Area

Climate Activists Gathered in Front of Richmond Refinery for Anti-Chevron Day

RICHMOND—Last Friday, climate activists organized the 8th annual Anti-Chevron Day in front of the Chevron Richmond Refinery. Many who participated
“End Apartheid”: Thousands Marched in San Francisco Mission District in Support of PalestineBay Area

“End Apartheid”: Thousands Marched in San Francisco Mission District in Support of Palestine

SAN FRANCISCO—Yesterday in San Francisco’s Mission District, thousands of demonstrators came out in support of occupied Palestinians. The demonstration came
Workers Marched and Rallied to Demand Protections on May DayBay Area

Workers Marched and Rallied to Demand Protections on May Day

Last Saturday on May Day, workers around the US marched peacefully to have their voices heard while amplifying the broader
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
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
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
Despite Sanctuary Laws and COVID-19, ICE Raids PersistCalifornia

Despite Sanctuary Laws and COVID-19, ICE Raids Persist

From September 18 to October 3, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials arrested more than 100 immigrants across California, including