Don’t Miss Jane Kim at Tenderloin Museum

by on March 31, 2016

Tickets are going fast for District Six Supervisor Jane Kim’s April 4 noontime benefit for the Tenderloin Museum. Kim has been at the forefront of city action on housing and homelessness in 2016 and this is a great opportunity to hear her insights on these issues and others.

As moderator I will also be sure to press Kim to identify her favorite Tenderloin restaurants and bars.

Kim in the Tenderloin

Kim ran for District Six Supervisor after working for years with youth in Chinatown while working for the Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC). She then won election to the San Francisco School Board.

Kim’s Chinatown experiences prepared her well for representing the Tenderloin.  Voters agreed, as Kim won the Tenderloin handily in her 2010 election and did so again when she ran effectively unopposed for re-election in 2014.

Like her predecessor Chris Daly, Kim has forged close bonds with Aaron Peskin, who represents Chinatown. The two neighborhoods have much in common.

TL Museum Speaker Series

Kim will be speaking at the Tenderloin Museum’s second Lunch Time Speaker Series event. The opening event with the legendary Willie Brown drew a wonderful response, and the feedback was terrific. We knew that Brown would be hard to match which is why we turned to Jane Kim to follow Da Mayor.

Many people have yet to attend the Tenderloin Museum,  and Monday April 4th at noon is a perfect opportunity. Attendees can hear Supervisor Jane Kim and see the museum for the standard $10 admission price. All of the money goes to the Museum to cover its programming.

This event is not connected to Kim’s State Senate campaign. Election talk on her race is off-limits.

Bring your lunch!

You can RSVP to Jane Kim’s 12:00 talk at the Tenderloin Museum here. Buy $10 tickets here. Doors open at 11:30

The Tenderloin Museum is located at 398 Eddy Street, in the corner commercial space of the historic Cadillac Hotel. Miles Davis and Mohammed Ali boxed in the Cadillac’s Newman’s Gym, and Jerry Garcia lived in the Cadillac before finding fame and glory with the Grateful Dead.

Randy Shaw is Editor of Beyond Chron. He is the author of The Tenderloin: Sex, Crime and Resistance in the Heart of San Francisco.

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Randy Shaw

Randy Shaw is the Editor of Beyond Chron and the Director of San Francisco’s Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which publishes Beyond Chron. Shaw is the author of four books on activism, including The Activist's Handbook: Winning Social Change in the 21st Century, and Beyond the Fields: Cesar Chavez, the UFW and the Struggle for Justice in the 21st Century. His new book is The Tenderloin: Sex, Crime and Resistance in the Heart of San Francisco

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