An overview history of the Black Panther Party of Oakland.
In 1916 two San Francisco union organizers were framed for a bomb that went off during a pro-war parade.
From 1926 to 1927 Saints Peter and Paul Church in San Francisco was bombed four different times.
San Francisco's gay community was enraged when the man who killed Harvey Milk and George Moscone was convicted of nothing more than voluntary manslaughter.
San Francisco has a very unique history that has led to the Castro Distric to be one of the world's most well known LGBT neigborhoods. The reasons for this begin with the California Gold Rush and continue to modern day.