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Tales of the resistance
an original radio serial

Artwork by Lawton Lovely

Artwork by Lawton Lovely

Novice Nurse: Susie Terse! - "The Price of Infection"

Can Nurse Susie find a way to deliver vital antiviral medicine while navigating hospital bureaucracy while fending off the corrupt Capitalist Healthcare Conspiracy?

Listen to a panel discussing the issues in NOVICE NURSE: SUSIE TERSE!, made possible by the San Francisco Public Library HERE.

Equitable Healthcare Organizations

Articles and Resources

Fear of the Dark - "The Good Cop"

MAGA hat wearing, right-wing immigrant Primo is tormented by his racist fears, and haunted by his hate when he’s as caught in a protest for justice turned riot.

Would you like to further explore the themes presented in Fear of the Dark? Please join the Troupe, our community partners and experts in the field in one of our facilitated post-listening discussions on Saturday, August 8th, presented by the San Francisco Public Library! 

For more information, CLICK HERE

Articles and Resources

Racial Justice Organizations

Artwork by Lawton Lovely

Dimension 2020! - "It Came from R&D!"

Greg seemed to everyone like a mild mannered software developer. No one could predict that his invention could either save democracy, or lock the country into an endless cycle of tyranny and oppression.

 

Would you like to further explore the themes presented in Dimension 2020!? Please join the Troupe, our community partners and experts in the field in one of our facilitated post-listening discussions on Saturday, August 22nd, presented by the San Francisco Public Library! 

For more information, CLICK HERE

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facts to fuel the resistance

  • “At least 99 law enforcement agencies--many in large cities--used some form of tear gas against civilians protesting police brutality.” (New York Times)

  • As of 2018, 3 million California residents were uninsured. In 2017, 55,000 people were uninsured in the SF and San Mateo county region. (California Health Care Foundation)

  • In 2019, a federal study of facial recognition technology revealed that recognition “algorithms falsely identified African-American and Asian faces 10 to 100 times more than Caucasian faces.” (New York Times)

  • Black men are 2.5 times more likely to be killed by police than white men. FBI reports on police killings are “off by about half.” (Journalist’s Resource)

  • “[As of February 13, 2020] at Google and Microsoft, the share of U.S. technical employees who are Black or Latino rose by less than a percentage point since 2014.” (Strategic Human Resource Management)

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