He didn't get the memoWould you like to see the next generation of American jurists learn their trade at the feet of a war criminal? Most citizens of the modern world outside Zimbabwe -- and parts of New Jersey, strangely enough -- would likely answer that question with a resounding "no." B ... More >>
"Voices of Rwanda," an organization that has been filming and recording the stories of survivors of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, is making a screening/fund-raising appearance tomorrow night in San Francisco. The 6 p.m. event at 251 Rhode Island St. comes with "drinks on the house," though drunken levit ... More >>
Local writer and founder of 826 Valencia writing center and pirate store, Dave Eggers, had an op-ed in the New York Times on Sunday concerning the Olympic Torch's trip through SF. It's not about the crackdown on dissenting Tibetans, though. It's about the continuing genocide in Darfur, which is the ... More >>
An Op-Ed Piece by Benjamin Wachs In San Francisco, April 24 has been proclaimed “Armenian Genocide Day” every year for the past 7, and I never know what to get my girlfriend for it. A sweater? An orphan? Or just a card? But today, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is on track to help g ... More >>
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner
A take-no-prisoners approach to dance theater brings tragedy to life
Hotel Rwanda finds hope amid the horrors of tribal genocide
Years after her brother was murdered in Chile's "dirty war," a diminutive former professor went after the killer
At the Human Rights Watch film fest, a compelling movie about ... electricity
Storm the Studio R.M.X.S.
Letters from January 24, 2001
The Coup just may be the greatest, angriest, most militant hip hop act around. So what's up with the Puff Daddy tour?
Tired of computer gimmickry and gadgetry for Christmas? Prepare for exhaustion!