Monthly Archives: October 2021

Rethinking Black Studies as a project of freedom

Abdul Alkalimat talks about his new book, The history of black studies, exploring some of the complex and diverse historical origins that led to the emergence of Black Studies in the United States as an intellectual history, as a social movement, and as an academic profession. October is Black History …

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Van Gogh Museum presents rejected masterpiece

EEVERYONE THINKS they know Vincent van Gogh until they see “The Potato Eaters” (photo). Painted in the Netherlands in 1885, his tone is as distant as one might imagine from the flaming sunflowers of his later work in the south of France. Five members of a farm household huddle around …

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Letters to the Editor, October 29, 2021 | Opinion

Letters to the Editor, October 29, 2021 Housing and hairdressers I am writing to offer a simple solution to the housing shortage in our community. In short, we need more hairdressers. At first glance, hairdressers and housing may not seem related, but the truth is, meaningful conversations held in the …

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Artist and San Francisco native Carlos Santana to unveil the Santana family mural with a blessing and dedication ceremony at Station 24 and Mission BART on Friday, October 29 at noon

Speakers at the mural unveiling ceremony include the Mayor of London Breed, Carlos and Salvador Santana SAN FRANCISCO, October 29, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The long-awaited wall dedication, ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony in honor of HEALTH Family at 24e & Mission Street BART Plaza Southwest Station Fridays- 29 octobere …

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