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AP PHOTOS: San Francisco’s decades long history of protest

March 13, 2017
For generations, San Francisco has been the heart of the American protest movement. More recently, activists have targeted gentrification fueled by tech workers who’ve been flooding into the picturesque neighborhoods, driving up rents and evictions and making it the priciest city in the country. But with Donald Trump in the White House, those tech workers and the area’s old-school activists are finding common cause. Read more.
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FILE - In this May 22, 1979 file photo, demonstrators smash glass out of the front doors of the San Francisco City Hall. Thousands marched from the city's gay community to city hall, protesting the voluntary manslaughter conviction of Dan White in the fatal shootings of Mayor George Moscone and city supervisor and gay rights activist Harvey Milk. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)