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    Lavender Sweep at City College

    Lavender Sweep at City College

    By Rafael Mandelman City College’s governing board has a queer majority. All four of the Trustees sworn in at our January 4 inauguration ceremony—newly elected Trustees Tom Temprano and Shanell…

    On the Precipice of a Trump Administration and Local Political Changes

    On the Precipice of a Trump Administration and Local Political Changes

    By Zoe Dunning Change Is Coming for Democrats Back in October, I was so confident Hillary Clinton would be our next President that I went ahead and booked roundtrip flights…

    Two Zoomy Coupes for the Winter Blues

    Two Zoomy Coupes for the Winter Blues

    By Philip Ruth “Tell me something good.” That’s what I text one of my classic-car buddies after we’ve vented about the daily updates regarding our president-elect. We both work alone,…

    The Flames of Disparity

    The Flames of Disparity

    By Debra Walker A month in and I am still in shock. I know I am not alone in this. As I tried to put one foot in front of…

    Honoring Those Lost, Protecting Artistic Communities and Our Renters

    Honoring Those Lost, Protecting Artistic Communities and Our Renters

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large On December 2, a large fire took the lives of 36 people attending a concert in a warehouse known as “Ghost Ship” in…

    Deck the Halls of Schools, Workplaces and Courts with LGBT Equality

    Deck the Halls of Schools, Workplaces and Courts with LGBT Equality

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney Whenever we hear the ubiquitous holiday music that pervades the airwaves this time of year, we can’t help but want to sing along—not with…

    California LGBT Senior Services on the Front Lines

    California LGBT Senior Services on the Front Lines

    By Marcy Adelman After the President-elect takes office, we will need to be prepared for an assault on federal programs that benefit elders and people living with disabilities. We can…

    SF Library News, Wiener to the Senate, D8 Supervisor Speculation, and Presidential Election Challenges

    SF Library News, Wiener to the Senate, D8 Supervisor Speculation, and Presidential Election Challenges

    By Zoe Dunning New Amnesty Program for SF Library Users If you are one of 155,000 library patrons with overdue items from the San Francisco Library, I have good news…

    The Very Worst Election

    The Very Worst Election

    By Rafael Mandelman Seeing as this is my first column since the election—certainly the very worst election of my lifetime—I feel compelled to acknowledge what we must all be feeling: this…

    Inconvenient Truth

    Inconvenient Truth

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney No aspect of the 2016 election was more unsettling for us than being forced to confront one of life’s most discomforting but universal truths:…

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