Given efforts to address the widening socioeconomic chasm in Cambridge and matters of diversity and affordable housing, there might not be a more apt fable to heed right now than that of “The Last Black Man in San Francisco.” The post ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’: Occupying family home doesn’t get it back appeared first on Cambridge Day .
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MANILA - Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Wednesday allayed concerns over the national ID system as Malacañang is set for pilot test in September, saying it has safeguards to protect citizens ... Read more