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Rachel Swan

Rachel Swan 

Bio:
Rachel Swan is a recovering Luddite. She has also written for Film Quarterly, Vibe, Bitch, Jazziz, and The Best Sex Writing of 2010. Just sayin'.
  • Debtor's Purgatory
  • Debtor's Purgatory

    People who can't afford to hire an attorney have virtually no chance in court against well-heeled lawyers for banks and debt collection companies.
  • Fabulous Five
  • Fabulous Five

    Lipstick Conspiracy aspires to rock stardom, but that's a tough sell when you can't even tell your co-workers you're a tranny.
  • Hype Man for the Arts
  • Hype Man for the Arts

    Jerry Brown talked about the arts, and then the arts flourished. Does that mean he deserves the credit?
  • In a Class of Their Own
  • In a Class of Their Own

    On the football field, Cal has shown it has few equals. But in class, student athletes are separate and unequal.
  • Party 2 Nite. R U Going?
  • Party 2 Nite. R U Going?

    When teens can easily find parties without so much as an invite, the night can get out of hand pretty quickly.

Most Popular Stories

  • Keeping Police Misconduct Secret

    It seems clear that Oakland police and other law enforcement agencies only plan to reveal body-camera video if the footage shows that cops did nothing wrong.
  • California Legalization Measure to Debut Soon

    The most credible effort is late out of the gate, while campaign warchests are missing in action. Meanwhile, California lawmakers are rushing to write rules for medical pot.
  • The Damage of Youth Solitary Confinement in California

    East Bay advocates want juvenile jails to stop isolating inmates — but correction officials continue to argue that the questionable tactic is essential to control "dangerous" kids.
  • East Oakland Residents to Breathe Easier

    Activists led a successful campaign to reroute diesel-spewing trucks away from residential streets.
  • Banking on Coal in Oakland

    Records show that a secretive plan to ship coal through the Port of Oakland is being driven by a company that wants to massively expand its coal mining operations in Utah and by a public official who stands to profit personally.

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