To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted January 23, 2018 by

Subject: Re: SF’s New Homeless Funds Are at Risk Thank you for the well written article. I will write our beloved supervisor’s or make an appointment to understand the measure Ms. Kim and Mr. Lee are proposing. Their both terrific
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Christine Johnson Enters D6 Race

Posted January 23, 2018 by

Why She Can Win Christine Johnson, a former Planning Commissioner who was previously the San Francisco director for SPUR, has filed papers to run for D6 Supervisor. She faces Matt Haney and Sonja Trauss in a marquee local race for
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SF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLINIC Faces FUNDING LOSS

Posted January 23, 2018 by Ralph E. Stone

I am a former volunteer (18 years) at the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic (CROC), which assists survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in obtaining restraining orders against their abusers.  CROC is located in the Women’s Building on 18th
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Paul Booth: An Organizer’s Life

Posted January 23, 2018 by Peter Dreier

There’s a scene in last year’s documentary by Lilly Rivlin, Heather Booth: Changing the World, in which Heather and Paul Booth discuss how they met at an anti-war sit-in at the University of Chicago’s administration building in 1966. “The sit-in
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Why New SF Homeless Funds Are At Risk

Posted January 18, 2018 by

Competing Tax Measure Imperils Voter Approval After San Francisco voters rejected a sales tax increase to address homelessness in the ill-conceived Props J and K of November 2016, Mayor Lee vowed to get a new homeless funding plan on the
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“The Final Year”—Review

Posted January 18, 2018 by

Greg Barker’s political behind-the-scenes documentary “The Final Year” leaves an ambivalent aftertaste.  Primary subjects John Kerry, Samantha Power, and Ben Rhodes show more diplomatic talent in their little toes than the minimal competence displayed in their successors’ entire bodies.  Yet
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