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The Way Forward: GLIDE and LEAD SF

In July, GLIDE joined a coalition of 15 agencies across San Francisco to launch the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) program, which coordinates with San Francisco’s law enforcement agencies and its criminal justice system to re-route willing nonviolent offenders from

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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 64

Prop 64 is a significant step toward ending the second-class citizenry created by our draconian drug laws. I am a former drug-war prisoner who became politicized after experiencing the corruption, abuse of power and oppression that is systemic in the

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Janice Mirikitani leading the GLIDE contingent at Saturday's #WomensMarch2018! #hearourvote #powertothepolls #togetherwerise #WomenOfGLIDE Together we rise! GLIDE folks united with SF & @womensmarchbayarea! Gender, racial and economic equity now!#WomensMarch2018 #PowerToThePolls #timesup #hearourvote Together we rise! GLIDE folks united with SF & @womensmarchbayarea! Gender, racial & economic equity now!#WomensMarch2018 #PowerToThePolls #timesup @womensmarch @womensmarchglobal #hearourvote Together we rise! United for women's rights! #womensmarch2018 #powertothepolls #timesup @womensmarchbayarea #hearourvote

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