Jaya Padmanabhan

False information on Twitter and other platforms can be manipulative and destructive.<ins> (Courtesy photo)</ins>

Social media can turn us against each other

Only empathy can alleviate the hate spread by misinformation

False information on Twitter and other platforms can be manipulative and destructive.<ins> (Courtesy photo)</ins>

Historic debate highlights just how bad the Trump-Biden debacle really was

James Baldwin and William F. Buckley thoughtful, eloquent in 1965 face-off over race

In Brown Type: New survey finds engagement and trend to progressivism among Asian American voters

The 2016 election and ‘Trump effect’ have fired up the voting bloc

In Brown Type: A primer on how the census impacts presidential elections

It’s urgent that San Francisco submits an accurate count

In Brown Type: Kamala Harris’ mother was also a trailblazer

Shyamala Gopalan Harris came from India at 19 to chart an impressive career in the U.S.

In Brown Type: 2020 census count must include undocumented immigrants

Reliable reporting from nonpartisan source is essential to democracy

In Brown Type: Do San Francisco cops need guns for everyday policing?

SFPD motto seems to be ‘iron in peace, iron in war’

In Brown Type: Fatherless on Father’s Day

“What do you want people to know?” asked Eva Pilgrim, an anchor…

In Brown Type: Lessons of trauma color the experiences of black children

A high schooler’s artwork frames this moment of disrepair in the country

In Brown Type: History repeats as Asians bear the brunt of coronavirus rage

Our best defense against the virus of animosity is to present a collective front, in defiance of division, whether we are Asian or not

SF restaurants turn to helping others during coronavirus crisis

Local chefs survive pandemic by cooking for people in need aided by angel investor Twitch CEO Emmett Shear

Immigrants working in health care bring a culture of caring

In early December last year, my mother fell and sustained multiple injuries…

In Brown Type: Don’t leave immigrants and communities of color behind

Despite our continued investment in cutting edge technology and science, we don’t quite know why this virus has such diverse effects on the human body

Immigration at the time of coronavirus

Now’s the time to safeguard all people, regardless of the papers they carry

Mongolians in the Bay Area are optimistic about the future

Despite challenges, recent immigrants have high aspirations

Trump’s travel ban ignores the Nigerian success story

Adebajo left Nigeria to come to America in 2016, when she turned 21, to enroll in the University of San Francisco for a master’s in International Economics.

In Brown Type: New immigration rule is shortsighted

On January 27, the Supreme Court, in a narrow 5-4 vote, gave the go-ahead to the Trump administration to implement its public charge rule

San Francisco librarian makes a living serving her community

Janet Tom began her career as a librarian in 1999

Why the Mindy Kaling-Kamala Harris cooking video lacked spice

Navigating identity politics is never easy