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"For months after immediately reporting these hateful acts, I sat in silence waiting for action that never came," said Rouble Claire, a Sikh man who lives in Sutter.

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In the United States, issues of race can often be cast along the lines of Black and white — and, especially at a moment when the world is being forced to confront the ways systemic racism is built into the nation's history, the reasons for that focus are clear. At the same time, the land has never been inhabited by only those two groups, and the ways in which other minorities interact with both Black America and white America offer key insight into that past. Case in point: The complex histories of both...

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When John Wang worked at Z & Y Restaurant, one of the most famous dining destinations in San Francisco's Chinatown, he says he didn't get overtime pay, the restaurant routinely took his tips and breaks weren't possible.

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Gender Pay Gap Widens as Women Age

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“Pervasive ‘Old Boys' Club' culture” drove one cop to sue San Francisco

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Chinedu Okobi was a Black man walking in a city where people of his race make up less than 1 percent of the population. And when he began acting oddly on an October afternoon in 2018, wandering into traffic on El Camino Real in Millbrae, sheriff's deputies quickly arrived.

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The suit comes months after a jury awarded a former Black employee at the electric carmaker's San Francisco-area factory $137 million.

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Son of Atlanta spa shooting victim says his Asian mother was targeted

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Domestic abuse survivors — including the mothers of slain children — are pushing for reform of the California family court system when it comes to custody and visitation proceedings.

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