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2021

What to know about the pandemic’s mental health • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Dec 22, 2021
Mental health experts say watch out for changes in behavior and listen


A non-medical way to improve elder care • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Dec 8, 2021
Expressive practices can reduce loneliness and increase well being among seniors


California progress report reveals Asian, white success and Latino leap forward • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Nov 23, 2021
‘When considering gender, Latinas have made the fastest progress among all groups’


For domestic violence asylum seekers, new hope in new policies • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Nov 3, 2021 | News, News Columnists, Newsletter, Opinion, The City
Blaine Bookey of UC Hastings’ Center for Gender & Refugee Studies explains the law


Islamophobia undermines and weakens women’s rights • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Oct 18, 2021 | News, Newsletter, Opinion, The City
UC Berkeley study reports on the Muslim American experience


A SFUSD training program that’s diversifying the teacher workforce • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Oct 4, 2021 | News, Newsletter, Opinion, The City
Pathway to Teaching now in its fifth year


To make SF livable, single-family zoning must be changed • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Sep 19, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Let’s move to create affordable housing for working class families


As You Prepare to Vote in Recall Election, Know Your Rights, Say California State Officials • India Currents • Published on 8 Sep 2021 | Policy & Government
At a time when eighteen states have enacted 30 laws that will make it harder for Americans to vote, California’s voter bill of rights expands voting access in order to increase voter participation.


There are two Californias in recall politics • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Sep 2, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Ideology splits the state along geographical lines


I plan to vote 'no' for the recall of Newsom and pick a candidate to replace him - here’s why • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Aug 13, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
It's prudent to have input on who may take office next


Lesson from a 107-year-old man who is now fully vaccinated • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Jul 25, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
One in four seniors in S.F.’s Chinatown have not been inoculated


Why do we pretend that dog parenting is easy? • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Jul 11, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Adjustments must be made to address needs of the newest family member


SF has lost thousands of trees - and it affects communities of color • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Jun 27, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
The hottest day recorded in San Francisco was on Sept. 1, 2017…


With imagination, small local businesses are recovering • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on  Jun 13, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Retail and restaurant traffic on the increase


Three distinct flavors of Asian tragedy: 'Minari,' 'Bitter Melon,' 'The Valley'  • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on May 30, 2021 | Arts & Entertainment, News Columnists, Newsletter
Contemporary films exemplify diverse, complex experiences


The Tandon V. Newsom Lawsuit: Negotiating Religious Gatherings During a Pandemic  • India Currents • Published on 27 May 2021 | Federal Politics, Opinion 
The Tandon v. Newsom lawsuit stated that these restrictions violated the freedom to practice religion and increased economic hardship faced by some businesses.


India thought it had herd immunity from COVID - until it didn't  • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on May 13, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Country's crisis points to importance of getting vaccinated


'Seaspiracy' worth watching, even if its message needs calibration • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on May 2, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Documentary’s view of veganism as a war against capitalism, environmental calamities is jolting


Struggles with infertility are common • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Apr 18, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
We all can support friends, ask legislators to mandate appropriate insurance


Just what exactly will the Freedom to Walk Act do? • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Apr 4, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Decriminalizing jaywalking is fine, but pedestrian safety remains an issue


Small landlords need government support • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Mar 21, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
More must be done to ease affordable housing providers’ financial burden


The criminal justice system can’t fix what’s wrong in our community • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Mar 7, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
My 87-year-old mother walks gingerly, slowly, deliberately, one step in front of…


A family separated at the border survives • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Feb 21, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
New task force, nonprofits help immigrants traumatized by former Zero Tolerance policy


Bret Stephens claims San Francisco is a city in decline - here's why he's wrong • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Feb 7, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Tech workers' exodus offset by immigrants' arrivals


Inauguration shines light in this never-ending shade • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Jan 23, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
Here’s to renewal and resolve in 2021 and beyond


After its hateful destruction, Breonna Taylor’s statue will be restored • The San Francisco Examiner • Published on Jan 10, 2021 | News Columnists, Newsletter
America must deal with how Trumpism equals racism combined with narcissism, irrationalism, terrorism

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