"It’s time to build an America that recognizes the role that women of color play in their families and in the economy."
From the summit of our new 'needle towers,' the ultra rich can look but never really see.
It’s a shame to see that even there, the voices of the wealthy few can be so unthinkingly substituted for those of the struggling multitude.
In November 2019, SF voters will decide the fate of a proposed tax on corporations that pay their top exec more than 100 times worker pay.
The 'booming economy' has done “little to narrow the persistent economic disparities by race, education, and geography.”
"The responsibility to cut carbon emissions must be shouldered by the highest-income countries, and by the most privileged social groups in certain emerging and developing nations."
"For too long, we have turned to those with wealth and power to solve our most pressing social problems."