Four Filipino-American families, including a 4-year-old girl and a 92-year-old grandmother, are being evicted from their homes in the South of Market neighborhood in San Francisco.
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As a protest and a memorial statue are being launched, a painful part of Asian history is remembered in San Francisco. Decades of silence ceased on August 14, 1991, when a Korean woman, Hak-sun Kim, first spoke about her sexual slavery by the Japanese army during WWII. Following Kim, hundreds of thousands of Asian women have shone a spotlight on this institutionalized sexual exploitation.
Joining protests around the world, a rural town in the Idaho Rockie Mountains march for women's rights two days after the inagauration of President Donald Trump.
Haunting, original version of the classic Silent Night by Tommi Avicolli Mecca, singer, songwriter and guitarist and Ken Schoon on cello.
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Nearly 200 protesters from the Filipino community, faith groups, and civic organizations gathered in front of the Philippine Consulate in downtown San Francisco on April 5, calling for justice and demanding accountability for the Philippine government’s violent action against protesting farmers on April 1 that resulted in two deaths and 116 injured in Kidapawan, Philippines.
Activists set up tech shuttle blockade as community appeals use of "google buses" at public bus stops in San Francisco.
Hundreds gather inside San Francisco City Hall to demand affordable housing and a stop on evictions and luxury housing in the Mission District.