History was made last week when the San Francisco Board of Supervisors selected Shamann Walton, who represents District 10, to be its new president, the first Black man to take the powerful post.
This week's letters to the editor.
Thousands of Trump supporters swarmed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, to commit seditious acts that were motivated by ignorance and white supremacy, which obviously go hand in hand.
It is no secret that many hospital emergency departments are struggling.
On his way out the door, former Attorney General William Barr delivered one last slap to minority groups, potentially including LGBTQs of color.
We are several weeks into COVID-19 vaccine distribution and the pace is woefully slow in California.
After a mostly dismal 2020, we are more than ready for the new year.
From 2010 to 2020, the world fêted San Francisco. New startups, new graduates, new immigrants — all wanted to share in its glittering promise.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will meet January 8 and, after elected and reelected members are sworn in, will choose a new board president.
This is a good year for Christmas. We need the joy, the light, hope, the gifts, the promise, the peace. All of it.
Gay state Senator Scott Wiener is absolutely right in calling for an audit of the California Department of Public Health to find out why it is still not collecting sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data for COVID-19.
That San Francisco supervisors are not journalists and unclear about the principles of the First Amendment was clearly evident during a lengthy conversation at the December 1 board meeting where the merits of "good journalism" were debated.
In 2015, my first year in the Legislature, working alongside Equality California, I introduced Assembly Bill 959, the LGBT Disparities Reduction Act.