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‘They Didn’t Even Read Me My Miranda Rights’: Demonstrators Recount Their Arrests During San Francisco’s Historic Curfews

The bandage covering a societal wound — that piece of adhesion masking systemic racism and the abuse of power wielded by law enforcement — has been ripped clean off. The past few weeks have spanned the gamut of hope and despondence, to bouts of civil justice and episodes of absolute unrest. And in the case […]

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 […]

San Francisco, Let’s ‘Go High’ This Saturday in the Face of Hate (and Here’s How)

Let’s collectively go above the fray…and not feed into their culturally corrosive narratives. Sometime last week, word broke loose that the San Francisco would (grudgingly) be hosting a “free speech rally” at Crissy Field that, without sugar coating it, is expected to emphasize hate above anything else. It’s likely to be a racially charged, homophobic, […]

12 Dakota Pipeline Protestors Were Arrested At The SF Citi Bank HQ

<img src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/58393163bebafb6551265dd9/583932e357bf42f996cea64b/583932eb57bf42f996cea88d/1480145107319/tumblr_inline_og066cLFto1qcg0hm_540.jpg billion crude oil pipeline that will pass through four Midwestern states—and beneath the Missouri River, the primary drinking water source for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in North and South Dakota. And CNN reports that hundreds of thousands of people are checking in at the pipeline site on Facebook in solidarity. // Want […]

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