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San Francisco Mayor Signs Civil Rights Ordinance

May 10, 2012

Alex Emslie and Ramsey El-Qare contributed to this article. Click here to listen to Alex's audio report. San Francisco civil rights advocates concerned about what they call domestic spying on the city’s Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian (AMEMSA) communities...

San Francisco Mayor Signed Civil Right Ordinance

May 10, 2012

Alex Emslie and Ramsey El-Qare contributed to this article. Click here to listen to Alex's audio report. San Francisco civil rights advocates concerned about what they call domestic spying on the city’s Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian (AMEMSA) communities...

Imprisoned and 'Irrelevant'

Apr 21, 2012

EDITOR'S NOTE: The author of this piece, Antonio Howard, is currently incarcerated at the State Correctional Institution in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. He writes for The Beat Within, a division of Pacific News Service dedicated to providing incarcerated youth with consistent opportunities...

El Cajon Killing Revives Fears of Islamophobia

Mar 29, 2012

Members of San Diego’s Iraqi community are expressing shock and surprise at the death of Shaima Alawadi, found lying in a pool of blood in the family’s El Cajon home last week. For many, the San Diego suburb has been...

Sikh Family Receives Death Threat Again

Mar 07, 2012

When a Sikh family in Sterling, Va., received a death threat in the form of a letter addressed to “Turban family,” on February 28, it was not the family’s first experience with religiously motivated threats to their safety. They had...

Advocates Launch Campaign to Get Anti-Trafficking Bill on State Ballot

Jan 12, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO – Leah Albright-Byrd, a native San Franciscan who ran away from home at age 14 to escape a violent father, said she didn’t know she “was running into the arms of a trafficker.” “The trafficker told me, ‘You’re...

By Nature, Youth Need Second Chances, Not Incarceration

Dec 31, 2011

According to a new study that was the subject of a recent report by the New York Times, almost one out of three Americans are arrested for a crime by the time they reach the age of 23. Rick Bartlett, a...

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