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Our City Newsletter Archive

Clean Energy Victory - Blocking Fossil Fuel Plants & Toxic Redevelopment

Fighting Gentrification - Progress Toward Free Public Internet

Renewable Energy Progress - Stopping The Corporate Internet Grab

Ousting PG&E - MUNI Reform

Our First Year - Renewable Energy

Our City Begins - Saving Housing


Key Site Links


Local Clean Energy Alliance – SF Bay Area coalition working to bring a localized clean energy revolution to Northern California.

Treasure Island Health Network - Defending health and the environment on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island.

POWER - The mission of People Organized to Win Employment Rights has now expanded to take on a full spectrum of social justice issues in San Francisco.

Free Press – An organization leading the charge nationally for internet and media democracy.

350.org – Reports new evidence that previous science greatly underestimated the seriousness of climate warming, and shows that we now need to reduce our CO2 releases to zero as quickly as possible.

Alternative Media

The San Francisco Bay Guardian – The Bay Area’s anchor for alternative print and online journalism.

Fog City Journal – A Hard hitting online monitor which casts a critical editorial eye on local, state, national and international politics.

The San Francisco Bay View Newspaper – A foundational local and global news source for San Francisco's Southeast communities and people of color world wide.

SF Public Press – Independent, nonprofit, in-depth news for San Francisco.

KPFA Radio – Online, and at 94.1 FM locally. For more than half a century, the cornerstone of progressive media in our community and the nation.

Local Government

San Francisco Government Television – On the web, and also on local cable channels 26 and 78. View both live and archived city government hearings, and Board of Supervisors meetings.

SFGOV.ORG – San Francisco's city government site. Packed with information and links you need to contact, observe, and hold accountable, your local officials and agencies.

Voter Resources

The San Francisco Department of Elections – Make sure you are registered to vote!

Smart Voter - San Francisco – This League of Women Voters site is an excellent resource for getting voting and election information specific to your individual district and precinct. Results of local, state, and national elections are posted and archived.