Category: In Brown Type

The City earns a mixed report card for the midterm elections

The day after the 2018 midterm elections, my social media feeds and inbox emails registered an unusual spike in exultant…

5 days ago

Migrant caravan from Central America pressing forward despite all odds

As I watch and read about the caravan from Central America making its way northward, I’m reminded of a poem…

3 weeks ago

Won’t you save me San Francisco?

There are often two conflicting stories that are equally true. We’ve all seen these word bites of late: Growth and…

1 month ago

Fear surrounds Trump’s proposed changes to benefits policy for immigrants

In the drive to lower immigration numbers, the Trump administration has come up with a new way to deter and…

2 months ago

The changing face of diversity: more Asians entering America than Latinos

More minority babies are being born in the country today than ever before. In San Francisco — a city where…

2 months ago

Terminating TPS to affect a quarter million U.S. born children

San Francisco Public Defender, Jeff Adachi, stood at the top of the steps leading to City Hall, and warned the…

3 months ago

Who’s afraid of affirmative action?

It’s no surprise that there is declining support for affirmative action among Chinese Americans. The affluence and education of Chinese…

3 months ago

Here’s what’s wrong with the ‘Abolish ICE’ movement

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is fast becoming a scapegoat for all things wrong with immigration in our…

3 months ago