Posters of his face have plastered the Mission for months, but his name is one rarely spoken outside the Bay Area even though—like Michael Brown in Ferguson, Eric Gardner in New York, Oscar Grant in...
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“My name is Cesar Bermudez, I was born and raised in San Francisco, Mission District.” Two years ago, a teenager introduced himself after several tries in front of a video camera. He was an intern...
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Hundreds of residents converge to Chief of Police's townhall meeting.En Español
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En Español District 10 community leaders worked this week to bridge the divide between Asian and African American residents, a rift exacerbated by high-profile crimes against Asian residents on the platform of the T-Third Street...
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