Community demands justice for Mario Woods

On Jan. 26, the San Francisco Board of Supervisor unanimously declared that July 22 would…

“Grito” heard loud and clear, artists preach to choir

The latest installment at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, “Mexicanos al Grito de…

Honoring Dr. King’s legacy is vital today more than ever

As we commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday today and honor his legacy, we…

The photography issue

With the decline of journalism, photographers have become some of the most vulnerable members of…

Tapped out: private companies wrong to profit off global water crisis

In the midst of California’s worst drought in recorded history, the biggest ocean desalination plant…

Silvia Mamacoatl Parra: Beloved ‘artivist’ remembered

One of the leading lights of the Latino community flickered out on Sunday, Dec. 13,…

Editorial: An attack on Planned Parenthood is an attack on women

Robert Dear, the 57-year-old man whose recent shooting spree outside of a Colorado Springs Planned…

SF General belongs to all of us, not just the wealthy and banks

In November of 2008 San Francisco voted on an $887.4 million bond measure to build…

Why Don’t More Latinos Contribute To Wikipedia?

This year Latinos officially became the largest ethnic group in California at 39 percent, and…

Matriarchs key to changing health habits for blacks and Latinos

If the matriarch can be convinced to adopt more heart-healthy practices, those whom she interacts with, including her extended family and circle of friends, will likely emulate her.