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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 YES on PROP 63

Prop 63 closes nonsensical loopholes in California’s otherwise sensible gun laws, making us all safer and assuring California continues to lead the country in gun safety. We can be proud of the fact that California leads the nation in gun safety

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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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Why I Am Voting YES on PROP N

Editorial note: With the following post by GLIDE’s Theresa Calderon we continue a weekly series of opinion pieces in the run-up to Election Day November 8, discussing propositions on the ballot of particular importance to our communities. Proposition N, or

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Why I Am Voting YES on PROP 57

Editorial Note: As Election Day 2016 nears, we kick off a weekly series of opinion pieces on ballot propositions of particular concern to our communities. #PropDropFriday will bring you a total of eight posts in all, leading up to Election

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Our Emerging Leaders internship program is drawing to a close this week. We are so proud of all of the different ways our 2018 group has impacted GLIDE. Here is Juliana Mastro with her two mentors from this summer—Lillian Marks and Isolde Femi. Juliana says of her experience here: . “My time as an Emerging Leader has helped me realize that to give people the help they need, we must first realize how we can grow within ourselves. We are all recovering from something. I am still learning to embrace the power of my own voice. This summer at GLIDE was a bright beginning in that process, and I am so grateful for that.” . #emergingleaders #womenofGLIDE #Recovery
Massive thanks to the GLIDE Pride Team and all the volunteers & donors who are making this year's Backpack Giveaway a success! Over 300 backpacks filled with school supplies being given away today. Now that's how you celebrate going #backtoschool! . Photos by the lovely @pawpawrazzi . #community #coolkids #GLIDEPride
Immense gratitude to everyone who came out to the 9th Annual GLIDE Legacy Gala last Saturday! From the awardees’ powerful speeches to the soaring vocals of the GLIDE Ensemble to the stellar dance moves seen late into the evening, it was an amazing night. We’re already lin ok’ing forward to next year! . Special thanks to our wonderful @glidesflegacy and to the two amazing women whom we honored with the 2018 Legacy Awards: Alicia Garza and Lateefah Simon. Photo credit: @alainmclaughlin . #GLIDELegacyGala #DressUpGetDown #WitnessTheLITness
Immense gratitude to everyone who came out to the 9th Annual GLIDE Legacy Gala last Saturday! From the awardees’ powerful speeches to the soaring vocals of the GLIDE Ensemble to the stellar dance moves seen late into the evening, it was an amazing night. We’re already lin ok’ing forward to next year! . Special thanks to our wonderful @glidesflegacy and to the two amazing women whom we honored with the 2018 Legacy Awards: Alicia Garza and Lateefah Simon. Photo credit: @alainmclaughlin . #GLIDELegacyGala #DressUpGetDown #WitnessTheLITness

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