Meaghan Mitchell

Meaghan Mitchell's life mantra is based on the African proverb: "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." As a native San Franciscan and journalist, Meaghan has successfully built residents' trust from the city's most marginalized communities by prioritizing news coverage in areas like the Bayview, Fillmore, SoMA and Tenderloin Districts. Meaghan's background is multifaceted and meets at the intersection of diversity, inclusion and community engagement. As a neighborhood editor, Meaghan has written hundreds of articles for Hoodline, has been featured on local outlets such as SFIST, Broke-Ass Stuart and the SF Bayview Newspaper.

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Photo Essay: The Fillmore’s BLM Street Mural Rises Again

The community reflects on a year of racial reckoning following George Floyd’s killing.

A Recipe for Success: Equity Is Baked Into La Cocina Municipal Marketplace

Take 7,000-square-feet of space, add a dash of local art, two dozen community partners, seven…

Supervisor Shamann Walton On Why He Believes Car-Free JFK Is ‘Segregationist’ Policy

Last April, in the early stages of the pandemic, Mayor London Breed announced that a…

Here’s How San Francisco’s Cultural Districts Work

In our first “Here’s How,” we break down how San Francisco’s eight cultural districts work.

3 Black-Led Organizations Making Real Change In San Francisco

Black History Month is almost over, but highlighting San Francisco’s Black community shouldn’t stop on March 1. Today we’re taking a look at Black leaders, artists, entrepreneurs and cultural influencers who are working year-round to move the City by the Bay forward.

Like It Or Not: The Great Highway Will Change

The Upper Great Highway has become an urban escape for locked-down San Franciscans, but some residents aren’t fans of the traffic its closure has created. The beachside road’s future as a pedestrian-friendly corridor or high-speed thoroughfare hangs in the balance. But nature might have the final say…