The winter 2015 print edition is in stores now. Special report on the persistence of segregation in local public schools. Plus: 24-page insert commemorating the now shuttered weekly San Francisco Bay Guardian, produced by the newspaper’s former staff.
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Tearsa recently graduated from San Francisco State University with a bachelors in photojournalism and a minor in international relations. She hopes to travel visually documenting world issues and humanitarian efforts. Immigration reform is her area of interest and expertise.
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