Rainy weather failed to deter some 200 people from gathering on Valencia Street Tuesday evening to peacefully protest what they allege was an incident of police brutality that began last Friday when police asked a...
On the day of Twitter’s Initial Public Offering, protestors rallied outside the tech company’s headquarters on Market Street. Moving past the symbolism of protesting the newfound wealth of some of Twitter’s employees and investors, Mission...
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As reported earlier on Mission Local, a group of around 75 protesters met in Dolores Park Friday night and proceeded to march east on 18th Street toward 16th and Mission streets, in reaction to an incident on...
Apparently, there were protesters protesting the bank, and protesters pretending to be billionaires defending the bank. San Francisco Indymedia has the story.
Mission protesters show solidarity for recent immigrant killing in L.A. En Español
"What are you doing?" a small child asks Lagunas Atwood. "We're protesting," she responds."Do your parents mind if I give you a cookie?"
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The day was clear, the students animated.
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At least two thousand march down Mission Street on their way to a mass rally at Civic Center. En Español
"All hell's breaking loose," warned Principal Eric Guthertz. En Español
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One group is calling for a boycott of Muni on March 20th. En Español
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Health care workers, religious leaders and Mission residents held a candle-light vigil outside St. Luke's Tuesday to fight cutbacks to the hospital and its staff. En Español
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The BOS votes to restore $2 million for public health workers, but where's the money? En Español
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The ACLU claims California DNA collection law violates civil rights.
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