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The Battle of the Bay is Ruined By Tough Guy Syndrome

In the wake of the violence that broke out at Saturday's Raider vs. 49ers pre-season game (which included numerous fight and two shootings) there's plenty of blame to go around.

New Health Guide Breaks Barriers for Transgender Men of Color

The Brown Boi Project releases a new guide for transgendered men of color. Drawing from the experiences of a diverse set of cotributors fro across the country, the publication is a groundbreaking tool for communities to heal and be heard.

Sogorea Te; Native Americans Protect Sacred Site Glen Cove

Photographer Jamie Emerson and g$ take photos of Sogorea Te(Glen Cove) ceremonies after a final closing ceremony for the prayer vigil & encampment at Sogorea Te(Glen Cove) held on Saturday. Story by Luella Muñoz

If I Hired The Teachers At My School...

Baylingual produced this video project gathering the perspectives of high school students on their educational experiences and about what questions they would ask if they were interviewing teachers applying for jobs at their school.

San Francisco Bayview Community/Youth Reacts To SFPD Shooting of 19 Year Old

On July 16, 2011 19 Yr. Old Kenneth Harding was shot and killed after officers had stopped him on the T-Train for having no fare. A press conference was held two days later at the scene of the shooting. Because there has been alot of reactions to the shooting all ...

Eastside Under Attack -- Young Men Discuss the Causes and Solutions to Rising Violence Video

Eastside Under Attack -- Young Men Discuss the Causes and Solutions to Rising Violence from DE BUG on Vimeo.

Going Off The Wrong Track:Caltrain Slowly Disappearing

Story/Video By Daniel I. Barreiro Bay Area's train service is operated by Caltrain, which is facing a deficit of $30.3 million, estimated for fiscal year 2012. This crisis could of been avoided, but in our oil-thirsty car culture, public transportation is just a second thought.

Malia Movement Company

March is International Women's Month, and De-Bug will be highlighting women leaders in the Bay Area as a month long series. The first installment features the Malia Movement Company — a collective of female artists, dancers, and creators committed to being "fabulous."

Under the Skin of San Jose — De-Bug Magazine Issue #22

Read the digital version of De-Bug's print magazine. Entitled "Under the Skin of San Jose," this issue features articles from downtown hustlers, homeless youth and a new generation of cultural entrepreneurs.
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