Despite schools reopening, calls to recall SFUSD Board still continue

As students return to school after a year of distance learning, the movement to recall…

SB 91 extends temporary eviction protection, but will it be enough

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mission residents, Margarita, 44, and Miriam, 59, lost…

Latino Task Force Vaccine Sites in Mission, Excelsior Offer Accessible Services

The eligibility for getting a COVID-19 vaccine in San Francisco is now extended to all…

Survey by SF students reveal inequity, slow internet speeds for low income families

Editor’s note: The following is a story written by 4th and 5th grade bilingual students…

Bukele carried out his “democratic coup”

This article was originally published in Spanish by ARPAS. Translated by CISPES and reprinted by…

Bordering on Hope

The Pro Amore Dei migrant shelter is buzzing with energy in anticipation of the Easter…

Georgia’s Voting Rights Rollback Faces New Lawsuit

Less than a week after the state of Georgia enacted new voting rules, a third…

Commonly asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Dali Fan, Health Science Clinical Professor at UC Davis, is also a volunteer vaccinator…

Delay in census results threatens 2021 redistricting

Redistricting in the US, which only happens once every 10 years, is threatened by delays…

Following deadly COVID-19 outbreak, incarcerated people at San Quentin grapple with vaccinations

Our print edition of this article used the word inmates instead of incarcerated people. Learn…