A group of black women staged a topless protest Thursday, blocking traffic in downtown San Francisco to draw attention to the killing of black women and children by police. The demonstration was part of a nationwide day of action to protest the deaths of Aiyana Jones, Tanisha Anderson, Yvette Smith, Rekia Boyd and other women and girls killed by law-enforcement officers, reports USA Today. The rally followed the release of a report Wednesday by the African American Policy Forum named Say Her Name: Resisting Police Brutality Against Black Women , which highlights the stories of black women who have suffered from alleged police brutality. Protesters held signs with the hashtag SayHerName and posters with the names and pictures of black women who have died.
Naked in San Francisco / When it's so cold and rainy, why can't we all just keep our clothes on?
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This light never turns green. I also was behind a car that was a full car length behind the line so it never changed because he never tripped the signal. I finally got out of the car I was in to tell him to move up. It changed immediately. He says flashing yellow arrows have been used for over 20 years along southbound Embarcadero to warn left-turning vehicles that waterfront path pedestrians have the right-of-way. The Roadshow clan was recently in the Iowa City area for a wedding and there were a zillion flashing yellow arrows in use. A ton of drivers run red lights and block intersections.
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February 14, In this article, I reminisce about my first visit to San Francisco and then share an exciting game from the third round of the Max Wilkerson Memorial Tuesday Night Marathon. Luckily, chess-playing brothers Paul and Jay Whitehead and their mom Loretta offered to host me in their Haight-Ashbury neighborhood home. Soon, I was absolutely freezing. On the Tuesday Night Marathon broadcast, Paul wears a jacket, though presumably not the same one that he loaned me in
I love you. You've raised me the hard way, you've lovingly taught me about diversity and compassion and understanding, and most importantly how to say things like, "You go, girl — and take those tacky shoes with you. But now I feel like I'm getting all grown up on you, and have to get a nagging issue off my B-cups:.