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No Ignoremos los Derechos Civiles del Área de la Bahía

¿Educación o deportación?
Esta es una cuestión alarmante con la que estamos lidiando a medida que San Francisco se vuelve un elemento en la periferia política como consecuencia de las elecciones de 2016. La inminente necesidad de documentar esta divergencia hace que nuestra labor como periodistas locales independientes sea más importante que nunca.

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勿視灣༐民權 為理ᡤ當然

教育還是遣返?
這是一個我們正在積極抗爭的駭人問題,因為在2016年大選結果出爐後,舊金山已經淪為美國政治局外人。基於對這種分歧現象有迫切記錄的需要,身為獨立地方新聞工作者,我們的工作變得比以往更加重要。

Issue 17: Summer 2015

The Bay Area’s waterfront building frenzy includes at least $21B in housing and commercial construction in low-lying areas that climate scientists say could flood by the end of the century.

Issue 16: Winter 2015

Issue 16: Winter 2015

Despite their aspirations and efforts, San Francisco schools are increasingly segregated. Last school year, a single racial group formed a majority at six out of 10 schools. Our investigation tries to find out why.

Issue 15: Fall 2014

Issue 15: Fall 2014

Attempts to alleviate homelessness with subsidized supportive housing are not keeping pace with growing demand. Reforms could give those waiting for a room an idea of when they might get off the streets or out of a shelter.