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The Mass Incarceration of East Palo Alto: Silicon Valley Needs to Take Accountability

One of my former students from East Palo Alto had been arrested for burglary. A couple of months ago, 8 other EPA residents ... current society fewer minorities have that, they can’t afford bail or a ... read more

Two Miles From Facebook's Headquarters, Working Poor Live In Trailers

Several of the aging RVs have large banners ... Families Association of East Palo Alto] has a grand vision for East Palo Alto, a city steeped in activism and landlord-tenant disputes: to get a few acr... read more

In Palo Alto, new digital tools aim to bridge the divide between City Hall, residents

Already, residents ... created in 2012 through Palo Alto's partnership with the company Junar. The city followed that up in 2013 by releasing PaloAlto311, which came through a collaboration with the s... read more

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Voters May Tax Tech Companies To Fight Homelessness

Past tax proposals in cities like Seattle have been met with resistance from big firms, but, in the Bay Area, some major tech companies have embraced the tax hikes. These supporters say the corporate ... read more


A Year in Review - 2018

An enterprising East Palo Alto resident tracked down the guy who burglarized his home ... life apparently inspired his art. Police say Bell, who was already on parole for residential burglary, rapped ... read more

Life, death, and free culture in the Mission

If he had stayed on the East Coast, she added, “I think one hundred percent it all would have turned out very differently ... Companys to a sit-down at Sofaer’s father’s house in Palo Alto. Companys, ... read more

Video Transcript: Cory Booker on Tech Tonic Interface

Now it’s created a collaborative relationship with my residents where ... about working in east Palo Alto. I was running a crisis hotline so I was very involved in non-profits at the time and I still ... read more

Refugee Crisis? There's An App For That

Earlier this month, Butcher told Forbes "We want to promote refugees as an asset to the tech industry, not a burden on society." There have been plaudits for Techfugees ... Taylor, originally from Pal... read more

LOU DOBBS MONEYLINE

Sharon did announce that buffer zones will be created, but no details as to where or what form they would take. Not enough, says a settler. EVE HAROW, EFRAT SETTLEMENT RESIDENT ... tech companies. Now ... read more

Painter poet Renaissance man remembered, Sonoma Day of The Dead

"The idea of our Day of The Dead display here at the Center was created ... Francisco and Palo Alto. Among his clients were Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Memorex. As he told The Sun, back in 2008 when he w... read more

Caution, enthusiasm mix at Waymo meeting

Waymo representatives met with about 50 residents at Cubberley Community Center to allay fears about public safety and describe how the driverless cars work. The company does not plan to have cars ope... read more



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