Be an Angelic Troublemaker


This website is dedicated to the life and work of the late Bayard Rustin.

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"We need in every community a group of angelic troublemakers." --Bayard Rustin--


Allen Jones has lived in San Francisco since 1960.

In the course of his activism on other matters concerning San Francisco, Jones noticed, and was surprised, as a 49er fan to hear that in December 2011, the NFL had loaned the San Francisco 49ers $200 million to build a new stadium 35 miles south of San Francisco.

Aware of the NFL’s "Commitment to the Community Letter" dated June 15, 2011 made it even harder to believe. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell promised to support communities that support the NFL. But six months later, in December 2011, the NFL owners voted to loan the 49ers $200 million to leave the Black community of San Francisco that had supported the team for the last 40 years of the team's 67 years being in the city.

Jones firmly believes any sports team has the right to take its business anywhere it can make the most profit. However, there is a right way to leave and a wrong way to leave. Jones believes something was seriouly wrong with how the team moved away from San francisco's struggling Black community.

Looking into the matter further, Jones discovered more blatant hypocrisy by elected city officials of San Francisco concerning the 49er departure. That has caused Jones to revolt as a fan of not only the 49ers but also as a fan of "Everyone's favorite city."

In respect for the struggling Bayview Hunters Point where Candlestick Park was located and respect for the name San Francisco, Jones felt the duty to fight back.


This site was created for the purpose of chronicling racism as viewed by its creator, of, the SF 49ers owner Denise York's now successful relocating of the team out of San Francisco. SF 49er Fan Revolt will continue to track racism on this same site as perpetrated by San Francisco City Hall, until major changes occur in policy decisions that affect the SF Black community.


Say it ain't so San Francisco. From Travel & Leasure magizine, as reported by the SF Chronicle.

As a resident of the city since 1960, I can honestly say that San Francisco can be VERY snobby to its Black residents. My proof is the reporting by the San Francisco Chroncle's version of Travel & Leasure's findings.

Take note:  The photo by Lance Iversen of the Chronicle was used to describe San Francisco as the snobbiest. It pictures two Black men sitting outside what looks like a coffee shop. It is different then the photo Travel & Leasure used to indicate San Francisco was No. 1 or snobbiest.

People, how many times do you see Black men sitting outside a coffee shop in the city looking snobby? This is more evidence of how Blacks have been treated in San Francisco for years as described by the Rev. Amos Brown at the 6:50 min. mark of this You Tube video.