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Visayan artist uses tattoos to connect others with their heritage, cultural roots

*Editor’s note: Lea Loeb is a journalism student in SF State’s Journalism 575 Community Media…

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Indigenous ‘Two Spirit’ people find healing and refuge from colonialism

Tony Enos danced to the drumbeat. He felt a pain in his back. The kind…

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San Francisco Afro-Latinx community celebrates Black History Month by sharing its pride, struggles

As Olivia Peña came up to the mic—amid the volumes of books and among the…

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Former café owners decide to pass shop down to employee rather than selling out

When the Lozano sisters—co-owners of L’s Caffé, Gabby, Lourdes and Rosy—were growing up in Mexico…

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Local fundraising platform brings awareness to struggle of migrant trans Latinas

Dangerous fabrications of the migrant identity—while nothing new to the United States—have become especially prevalent…

A murdered son and a father’s quest for truth, justice and peace

As the dozens of supporters of Luis Alberto Quiñonez exited the Juvenile Justice Center on…

Latina Runs For Congress in the Mission

“I know Pelosi could crush me,” admits Agatha Bacelar, a Brazilian immigrant campaigning to unseat…

Mother of SFPD shooting victim speaks out

After news reports began to circulate of SFPD shooting a man at 23rd and Mission…

On 50th anniversary, Native elders share Never Before Told Stories of Alcatraz Occupation

When Richard Oake’s 12-year-old daughter Yvonne died after falling from the guards’ quarters of Alcatraz…