San Francisco’s 8th poet laureate: Tongo Eisen-Martin, a voice for the people

Minutes before Tongo Eisen-Martin received the news that he was to become the eighth poet…

A Monumental Reflection of Community Pride, the Art of Juan R. Fuentes Reaches New Heights

Ninety miles south of San Francisco, in the historical farming town of Watsonville, thousands of…

Oakland Filmmaker examines the Spanish Conquest 500 years later in his experimental documentary

Described as a “hybrid documentary,” 499 examines colonialism almost five centuries after Spanish conquistador Hernán…

Central American author smashes borders, one children’s book at a time

From the separation of families to the caging of children at the border, the Trump…

Q&A with SF hip-hop group TRUpeople: Do you keep it TRU?

As we continue to shelter in place in an attempt to defeat COVID-19, this year’s…

Don’t fear Death, fear not to live

Parts of a famous saying go like this: “…in this world nothing can be certain,…

Fruitvale artist honors the dead, celebrates life of the community

In the face of more than a million confirmed deaths this year from COVID-19 and…

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Photo Essay: Recordando a nuestros muertos

The Mission District celebrates Dia De Los Muertos on Nov. 2 along 24th Street with…

Not even distance will stop a community from coming together

 Even in the time of COVID-19, there is still a cause for celebration in the…

Therapist organizes Día de los Muertos march to educate youth about privilege and racial injustice

For the last 12 years, Alicia Cruz’s Día de los Muertos installations at SOMArts have…