May 6, 2014
This story is about something that can happen to you. Let’s take the way-back machine to the end of March 2012 in San Francisco. Kathy Galves had just been kicked out of her house in San Francisco that she loved and adored. An evil bank named Wells Fargo and an unfair court system with a judge that violated her civil rights had booted her out.
March 25, 2014
With the news of 6 SFPD Officers being indicted by federal prosecuters, the $50,000 question is: Are things back to normal in SF, or will more people than ever be arrested for alleged marijuana offenses, or have they had their fill?
I've been arrested more times than anyone since “Brownie Mary” in 20 years.
February 11, 2014
Governor Jerry Brown [D] California has recently asked for an extension on the federal deadline to release state inmates from California’s overcrowded prison system. Why not just release all of the people in state prisons on marijuana charges and kill two birds with one stone? The answer of course is that leaders like Jerry Brown hold more allegiance to law enforcement than they do to the constituents who elected them!
Support the Rapada Family in their fight for justice against Police Brutality. The Rapadas were brutalized by police in San Bruno on July 4th, 2011. 4 family members were severely beaten by police. Support the family and communities of color against police gangsterism.
(Editor's note: The graphic photo showing the aftermath of the violence perpetrated on the Rapada family is courtesy SFCHRP.COM. Although the pictures show the scars and bruises of the beating the Rapada's received on new years 2011, the photos were taken after the family had received medical attention. Their appearance prior to the photos were even more graphic)
October 23, 2012
I will support any proposal that will alleviate the suffering of low-income individuals and People of Color. As an African-American living in a low-income community, the Police are not friends of my community. We are disproportionately effected by the disease of Police Brutality. My mother was one of the most law-abiding and generous people I know, and like many people in our community she had issues with calling the Police.