Politics

6:17pm

Tue June 10, 2014
Politics

The San Francisco Shipyard: Who will live in San Francisco’s new town

Hunters Point Building
Under CC license from Flickr user Chris D 2006

Linda Richardson is sitting in her car just outside a huge, fenced off, construction zone. This is where Lennar Urban is slowly building a new development at the site of the abandoned Navy shipyard. 12,000 homes by 2021. Richardson, a long time resident and community activist, wants to show me who will be most affected by the redevelopment.

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12:13am

Tue June 10, 2014

5:10pm

Mon June 9, 2014
Politics

The San Francisco Shipyard: Creating a new town in the city

Hunter's Point Shipyards are the subject of San Francisco's largest redevelopment project
flickr user freeside510

San Francisco is booming as construction cranes transform the city skyline. One of the most significant changes is happening at the Hunters Point Shipyard. It's a project so big, it seems like a whole new town is being built within the city. Residences, shops, parks, and high-rises are being built and will replace the naval shipyard – once a major source of employment, but dormant for years. 

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12:18am

Fri June 6, 2014
Politics

Your Call: National security reporting and EU parliament elections

New York Times reporter James Risen speaks in an event titled "Prosecuting the Press" at UC Berkeley. Risen faces incarceration for refusing to disclose his sources.

12:00am

Wed June 4, 2014

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