Racist, Anti-Semitic Messages Interrupt Anti-Racism Lesson At San Francisco's Lowell High SchoolAn anti-racism lesson being presented to online to students from Lowell High School in San Francisco was interrupted by a series of racist and anti-Semitic slurs and pornographic images, according to the school district.
White Couple Sentenced For Racially-Motivated Attack On Black Man At Monterey Bowling AlleyA White couple from Seaside was sentenced Wednesday for breaking a Black man's jaw at a Monterey bowling alley in 2018 in an attack the victim claimed was racially-motivated.
Pacific Grove Police Officer Fired After Probe Into Parler Social Media Posts Disparaging BLMA police officer under investigation since last November for an inappropriate social media post is no longer employed by the Pacific Grove Police Department or the city "in any capacity," Police Chief Cathy Madalone said in an announcement Tuesday.
Sculptor Vows To Rebuild After Vandalized Breonna Taylor Bust In Oakland Goes MissingA ceramic bust of Breonna Taylor, severely damaged over the weekend in an attack that outraged the community, was attacked again and destroyed, according to the sculptor.
Oakland's Ceramic Bust Of Breonna Taylor Smashed In Brazen Act Of VandalismOakland police are investigating an act of vandalism that left a ceramic bust of Breonna Taylor severely damaged and a community outraged.
Palo Alto's Foothills Park Opening To All For 1st Time In Decades After Referendum Campaign FailsFoothills Park in Palo Alto is set to open to people who live outside the city for the first time in decades, after a referendum campaign challenging the City Council’s decision to open up access failed.
Palo Alto Residents Launch Referendum Campaign Challenging Plan To Open Foothills Park To Non-ResidentsA group of Palo Alto residents have launched a referendum campaign challenging the City Council's recent decision to end the decades-long ban on non-resident access to Foothills Park, which could revive a lawsuit against the city.
UC Berkeley Strips Names From Buildings Named After People Who Held Racist ViewsTwo halls on the University of California at Berkeley campus have had their names removed because the names are associated with people who held racist views, university officials announced Wednesday.
Silicon Valley Organization Dissolves Political Action Committee In Fallout Over Racist AdOn the eve of the election, the Silicon Valley Organization announced Monday that it is dissolving its political action committee amid continuing fallout over a racist campaign ad.
San Jose Unveils 'Black Lives Matter' Banners To Show Support For Black CommunitySouth Bay leaders unveiled 13 new "Black Lives Matter" banners around San Jose's City Hall on Thursday, demonstrating the city's commitment to addressing and dismantling systemic racism locally and supporting its Black community.
Gov. Newsom Tells State's High Court Death Sentences Are 'Infected By Racism'California’s process for imposing the death penalty “is now, and always has been, infected by racism,” Gov. Gavin Newsom declared Monday in a brief filed with the state Supreme Court.
Palo Alto Considers Opening Up Access To Residents-Only Foothills Park Amid ACLU LawsuitOfficials in Palo Alto are expected to consider a proposal that would open access to Foothills Park to the general public, as the city faces a lawsuit over the park's residents-only requirement.
CAREN Act: San Francisco Supervisors Approve Ban On Racist Calls To 911The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved legislation Tuesday banning false, racially-biased calls to 911.
'It's Offensive' – Mayor London Breed Says SFUSD Must Focus On Reopening Classrooms Over Renaming SchoolsMayor London Breed pushed back on plans by the San Francisco Unified School District to rename dozens of schools over namesakes deemed objectionable, saying reopening classrooms should be the top priority.
2 Cited In Confrontation Outside Courthouse After Hearing For Alleged Martinez BLM Mural VandalsTwo people were cited after an argument outside a Martinez courthouse following the first hearing for a couple accused of defacing a Black Lives Matter mural on a Martinez street in July.