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Eye on the Ball: Places to be on Inauguration Day

Welcome to Eye on the Ball! A new series of posts and reflections from me, GLIDE’s Advocacy Manager. I’ll be doing my best to keep you informed about GLIDE’s advocacy efforts as well as matters of concern to our community

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Props to Love!

A report back on key state and local propositions in November 2016 The last week-and-a-half has left us wondering about our nation’s future. Many of us are feeling loss, anger and fear. Protests and demonstrations are giving voice to genuine

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Why I’m voting YES on 62 and NO on 66

Editors’ Note: This week’s post, the final installment in our pre-election #PropDropFriday series, addresses the morally bereft system of capital punishment. Californians have before them two propositions concerning the death penalty, only one of which calls for its outright abolition, a

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Why I Am Voting YES on PROP V

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Editors’ note: As a social justice organization, GLIDE supports Proposition V, which would add a one-cent-per-ounce tax on beverages with added sugar to help reduce the health problems, such as diabetes, brought on by consuming too much sugar. We view this

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Standing Rock Sioux to attend GLIDE Celebration, 10/30

Since April of this year there has been a protest against the $3.8 Billion Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL, a company based in Texas), a major construction project near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The project is a 1,168-mile-long crude-oil pipeline

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Vote NO on Props P and U: Housing Is a Human Right

Editors’ note: P and U are two of the more potentially misleading propositions that San Francisco residents will find on the November ballot. And P & U concern one of the most important issues facing residents of this city: affordable housing.

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Why I Am Voting NO on PROP Q

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San Francisco’s Proposition Q would ban tents on the city’s sidewalks. Police and city workers would ticket tents and impound them along with all of their occupants’ possessions the next day. Right now, there’s a sense of urgency regarding homelessness,

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Our GLIDE crew showing up for the #SFwomensmarch! @womensmarchbayarea From GLIDE's participation in the SF Women's March! @womensmarchbayarea Tens of thousands assembling now at Civic Center preparing to march in solidarity for justice and equality #womensmarchsf #radicalinclusion #unconditionallove GLIDE remains proud of its more than 50-year history of activism in the name of radical inclusion, acceptance and #unconditionallove. Advocacy for the underserved, marginalized & persecuted remains core to our work and the values that guide us. This is why we march. Read our recent blog from #Eyeontheball to learn more about this weekend's events. https://glidesf.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/eye-on-the-ball-places-to-be-on-inauguration-day/

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