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A Community in Flux | Editor's Note
December 2006

For three weeks, students from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism visited San Francisco's dying black neighborhood, Bayview-Hunters Point, and chronicled the issues facing the community: from gentrification to crime, education to redevelopment. The stories in this 11-part series offer a glimpse of life there and how times are quickly changing. Read the stories, view the slideshows and learn more about this community in flux.

Multimedia Slideshows
Our Stories | 11-Part Series
Radicalism, Capitalism Bay View: A Voice for the Community »

Local newspaper weds radical politics and business acumen.
Thurgood Marshall's Identity Crisis Thurgood Marshall's Identity Crisis »

High school scrambling to meet needs of alienated black students.
As 'Hood Changes, So Does Business As 'Hood Changes, So Does Business »

Small business no longer shy away from crime- ridden neighborhood.
Keeping Kids Off Streets a Struggle »

Too few organizations cater to the number of at-risk youth.
Cousins Making a Difference »

An unlikely duo is helping teenagers become successful.
Turning Back the Clock »

Local residents tell how neighborhood has changed over the years.
Line Dancing for Healt Line Dancing for Health »

"Sixty-somethings" listen and dance to R&B -- all in the name of health.
Rail Cars: Not a Saving Grace Rail Cars: Not a Saving Grace »

Residents say it will take more than shiny rail cars to save the neighborhood.
Longtime Residents Moving to Suburbs »

Violence, drugs forcing many families to move to safer environs.
A Second Chance for Ex-Offenders »

Local center helps former convicts transition from prison to normal life.
Non-Profit Teaches Violence Prevention »

Organization advocates for life away from the streets.
© 2006 UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism