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Sad Francisco

Aug 24, 2023

The War on Drugs doesn't save lives, but it brings in huge profits for anyone who works for the police, in all of policing's forms. 

While rich people can microdose LSD at the office or Burning Man without any worries of getting arrested, the War on Drugs is fought against poor, often nonwhite queer and trans people, in...


Aug 17, 2023

"This land is too valuable to let poor people park on it," said SF Redevelopment Agency head Justin Herman, about Asian and Black people living in Central San Francisco. Today many politicians are acting like it's the 1950s all over again. Niccolo Calderaro, professor of anthropology at SF State, speaks on resistance...


Aug 3, 2023

The local politics around kink culture, and how the same bureaucracy put in place to preserve it is helping to undermine that culture. With Cole Clark.

Previous episode mentioned: "Is the Transgender District a force for gentrification or liberation?" w/ Jemma...