"We've been on the air, broadcasting nonstop in Spanish." Undocumented residents in Northern CA now rely on this bilingual radio station: pic.twitter.com/841KUPz2pN — Splinter (@splinter_news) October 16, 2017
This post originally appeared on Rise Up: Be Heard. Q&A: 18 and DACAmented Lakshmi Sarah, Berania Barraza 10/16/17 2:26pm For this 360 video, Lakshmi Sarah interviewed DACA recipient and Rise … Continue reading
“We’re always going to fight back…we have no other choice.” These DACA recipients speak out on how Trump’s decision to rescind the program will affect them and their families––and how … Continue reading
Common, J.Cole and others held a historic free concert in support of criminal justice reform for juveniles.
United against hate. LIVE in Berkeley: Following a day of peaceful pro-love protest in San Francisco, thousands gather on Crescent Lawn to celebrate diversity and speak out against hate in … Continue reading
Maria Sanchez is a nurse at one of Oakland’s toughest hospitals. She’s committed no crimes outside of trying to keep her family together. Why is ICE deporting her? Footage for … Continue reading
This post originally appeared in KQED Arts. The first drawing in Ajuan Mance’s sketchbook-journal-art-project series, 1001 Black Men, is the torso of a shirtless, African-American man — inspired by the men … Continue reading
“I feared for my life, and I feared for everybody else that was in there.” Police in riot gear stormed an event full of black college students, shooting rubber bullets … Continue reading