Sex workers fight the criminalization and stigmatization of their industry through a Bay Area festival that combines live performances, films, and political organizing.
by Sam Levin | May 13, 2015
A growing number of Oakland families are making the switch from private schools.
by Sam Levin | Jun 10, 2009
Two local programs offer alternatives to the failing system. One of them transforms teenage offenders into attorneys. The other wants to change our notion of justice.
by Sam Levin | Jul 29, 2009
California prisons fail to help abuse victims and the mentally ill rehabilitate behind bars — and refuse to grant them parole so they can turn their lives around with loved ones on the outside.
by Sam Levin | Jan 13, 2016
California wastes tens of millions of dollars a year keeping people in prison long after they've been rehabilitated — denying parole for arbitrary reasons and destroying lives in the process.
by Sam Levin | Jan 6, 2016
In her new book, We Have The Technology, the Oakland journalist investigates the wildest innovations of sensory science and challenges fundamental notions of human perception.
by Sam Levin | Dec 30, 2015
High school students spearheaded successful protests and rallies throughout 2015 — shaping local social justice movements and forcing administrators to rethink controversial decisions.
by Sam Levin | Dec 23, 2015
by Sam Levin | Dec 9, 2015
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