When the development of a luxury condominium threatens a local mural depicting the diverse culture of the neighborhood, a community in a rapidly gentrifying city rallies to protect its history, voice, icons, and land.

Jerri Lange is a 3rd generation Oaklander, and a pioneering Bay Area TV broadcaster, producer, print journalist, and SFSU professor. She is featured on the Alice Street mural.

Her media career began at the San Francisco Chronicle, and included time at TV stations KEMO, KBHK, KGO and KQED. She gave the famous "Blacks in Broadcasting" speech, criticizing the negative image of blacks in the media.

Ms. Lange raised three sons as a single mother: director and producer Michael Lange, actor and director Ted Lange (best known for his role on "The Love Boat”), and businessman James Cowan. Her brother was Stan Wilson, a musician who wrote a number of songs for the Kingston Trio.