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Tom’s legacy

As Ammiano returns from Sacramento, can he help revive San Francisco's progressive spirit?

Domestic workers may get labor rights

The California Legislature gave final approval to the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights on Sept. 12, legislation sponsored by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano (D-SF) to...

Legislature approves Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, but will Brown sign it this time?

September 12, 2013
The California Legislature today gave final approval to the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, legislation sponsored by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano (D-SF) to finally extend...

Activists urge Gov. Brown not to veto the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights again

August 13, 2013
Supporters of the California Domestic Workers Bill of Rights are gathering outside the State Capitol Building this afternoon (Tues/13), culminating caravans that began with...

Scenes from the struggle for economic justice

Oakland's Community Democracy Project, Bangladeshi sweatshop activists, California domestic workers, and more May Day warriors

Behind the decision to accept cuts to in-home support services

For the last four years, advocates for those with disabilities have successfully fought to stave off the 20 percent cut in In-Home Support Services...

Do we care?

Local activists push for better recognition for caregiving professions

Caring: The Shanti project

Pioneers of peer-to-peer caregiving revolutionized AIDS treatment

Fighting for patients, beyond the bedside

The fierce caregivers of the California Nurses Association 

SFBG Radio: Do we care about Arnold’s affair?

May 18, 2011
Of course not, it's none of our business, but we still talk about it for ten minutes. Johnny thinks the guy's career has terminated;...

Material world

David Mamet's Hollywood soul search

Live bait

The secret life of warehouse shows