Everything You Need To Know About The Moms For Housing Movement

“There are four times as many empty homes in Oakland as there are people without homes,” states the Moms For Housing website, “No one should be homeless when homes are sitting empty. Housing is a human right.” And the world saw the mothers of Oakland who fought to get out of homelessness. Now after months […]

Eyes of a Protest: Black Lives Matter in Oakland

I sat with my hands on my head, wondering how we got back here. Another black man blatantly killed on camera. Again… Minneapolis was burning…  George Floyd was murdered by police during an arrest in Minneapolis on May 25th. The officer knelt on his neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds. I repeat. Eight […]

June Editor’s Letter: Black Lives Matter

Hello, this is Anthony—founder of Bob Cut Mag. I hope you’re doing well and thriving to the best of your capacity. I did not put out a May editor’s letter, with the passing of George Floyd and details of both Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor plus with the emerging news of Tony Mcdade—I needed time […]

Hugs, Not Guns: The Best IGs From This Weekend’s #MarchForOurLives Rally in San Francisco

“White men can be terrorists, too.” #marchforourlives #marchforourlivessf San Francisco The streets around city hall were electric with well-executed rage Saturday. Teens were up in arms, babies dawned progressive bibs; dogs walked with their equally woke owners, wearing legislatively suggestive outerwear. Millions—yes, millions—from virtually every corner of the world came to together in coordinated opposition […]

Intersectional Feminism: Will You March for THAT?

This year is about women. Sure, with the seeming impending nuclear end of this planet at hand, some may ask if there are not more important issues. Women too often receive the hardest hit from the blow that is oppression, particularly women who are consistently underrepresented: those who are transitioning, women of color, disabled women, […]

Are We Seeing Double? No, You’re Seeing 450 Pieces Of fnnch’s Work

Bringing “sign bombing” to light, fnnch is paving the way for art and public spaces. This past Sunday, along with 24 of his friends, fnnch posted 450 of his iconic honey bears across downtown, from the Tenderloin to the classiest part of Nob Hill. fnnch has been commonly known for his collection of bears but recently, […]

#WaterIsLife: Blue Mural Painted Along Montgomery Street Monday Afternoon to Protest ‘Dirty Energy’ Funding

Downtown San Francisco donned a blue-brick road, of sorts, Monday afternoon—albeit for a short time only. Paint, oil slicked or lacquered, can sear an image onto one’s mind that ushers in a sense of enlightenment and, more importantly, urgency. In an episode of peaceful protesting this Monday during Bay Area lunch hours, along the cool […]

The Oakland Riots — How Political Injustice Turned Destructive

// To our local police of Oakland, we thank you for your service in simple crowd control. Stay safe everyone. Written by Anthony Rogers, photography by Dino M. Graniello — Did you get any shots from the Oakland Riots, tweet us. We want to see. While you’re here, subscribe to our newsletter and get in […]

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