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11:13am

Tue May 26, 2015
City Visions: June 1, 2015

Next on City Visions: Fighting for Fifteen in the Bay Area

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Next on City Visions host David Onek and guests discuss the Bay Area's Fight for Fifteen labor movement. Is a $15/hour minimum wage on the horizon for fast food and other low wage workers? Will fast food workers unionize?  And what do rising regional minimum wages mean for the movement? Share your thoughts by calling us during the show at (415) 841-4134, emailing us at cityvisions@kalw.org or tweeting @cityvisionsKALW. We count on your participation! Monday June 1 at 7 pm.

8:43am

Tue May 26, 2015
News

Daily news roundup for Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Leah Millis San Francisco Chronicle

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A few arrests in Oakland protests over limit on nighttime marches // SF Gate

For a second consecutive night, protesters took to the streets of Oakland on Sunday to challenge Mayor Libby Schaaf’s policy of cracking down on unlawful nighttime marches in an effort to prevent protest-related violence and vandalism.

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9:08am

Mon May 4, 2015
Digest

Daily news roundup for Monday, May 4, 2015

The exterior of the new co-working space 1920c at 950 Grant Avenue, which is above a souvenir shop and below residences.
Jason Henry/ SF Chronicle

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Chinatown clash: Co-working space, other tech uses violate zoning // SF Chronicle

"A new co-working facility in the heart of Chinatown promises 'a collective space that incorporates wellness, sustainability, local community and collaboration.'

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1:46pm

Thu April 16, 2015
Digest

Daily news roundup for Thursday, April 16, 2015

A beached Sperm Whale is attended to by marine bioligists in Pacifica, CA
Paul Chinn The Chronicle

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Counter-Terrorism Officials Helped Track Black Lives Matter Protesters // East Bay Express 

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7:59am

Tue March 17, 2015
News

Daily news roundup for Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Oakland’s new minimum wage law has confused immigrant businesses in Chinatown, several of which have shut down because they can’t pay the new rate of $12.25 per hour.
Tim Hussin, Special To The Chronicle

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Dancers state out turf on BART // SF Gate

"A recent Friday, 1:37 p.m.: Calling themselves the Turf Feinz, the four members of the Turf dance crew dart through a BART train headed for San Francisco. They need to find the next audience to wow before the doors open at Embarcadero Station.

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