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A Family Affair

Laura Thompson, founding member of the GLIDE Legacy Committee, remembers her mother by living GLIDE’s values I was raised by a badass single mom. She survived an abusive childhood at the hands of a schizophrenic mother and alcoholic father, and

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You Are Our FAMILY

We share solidarity, grief and love with the victims, friends and families of the Orlando shootings at the Pulse nightclub. In this PRIDE month, when we will celebrate the love of our LGBTQ family, we know well that the targeting

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Healing from the Unimaginable

Since I heard of Robin Williams death, I cannot stop thinking of two sentences from my own son’s suicide note: “I know that there are people who will be deeply negatively affected by this, and I am truly sorry.  There

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Everyday Superheroes at GLIDE’S Family, Youth, and Childcare Center

Staff and students from the Janice Mirikitani GLIDE Family, Youth, and Childcare Center (FYCC) recently spent  developing new super powers, protecting the GLIDE family from threatening villains, and designing the flashiest and most aero-dynamic outfits imaginable. Will FYCC be transitioning

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Beautiful Are the Souls of My People

by Candice Jacobs, Creative Arts Lead Teacher,  Janice Mirikitani Family, Youth & Childcare Center “Beautiful Are the Souls of My People,” an exhibit of youth art from the Creative Arts program at GLIDE’s Janice Mirikitani Family, Youth and Childcare Center

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Gong Hay Fat Choy: Happy Lunar New Year!

by Kristen Growney Yamamoto, co-Executive Director Gong Hay Fat Choy—Happy Lunar New Year!  I love to reflect in the New Year about what I accomplished (or not!) over the prior year, and to re-set priorities and goals for the future.

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Happy Holidays from Cecil and Janice!

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We are honored to welcome back Del Seymour as our featured speaker this Sunday at the 9:00 am Celebration. Del is a community leader who has had an indelible impact on GLIDE and the Tenderloin at large. He is the founder of Tenderloin Walking Tours and @codetenderloin, and he is a veteran of the Vietnam War. Please join us at 9:00, and then stay for Alicia Garza at the 11:00 service! . #veteransday #sundaycelebration
Did you hear? Alicia Garza is speaking at our 11:00 am Sunday Celebration this weekend! Winner of the 2018 Janice Mirikitani Legacy Award, Alicia is the Co-founder of Black Lives Matter and currently serves as the Director of Special Projects at the National Domestic Workers Alliance. She is a writer, organizer and activist who has advocated for the issues of health, student services and rights, rights for domestic workers, ending police brutality, anti-racism, and violence against trans and gender non-conforming people of color. . We are incredibly excited to welcome her back to GLIDE as our featured speaker. Please join us on Sunday—ALL are welcome. . @chasinggarza @blklivesmatter @coalitiononhomelessness @yesonpropc @matthaneysf @janetector @janekim @feliciahorowitz @joudicca @shakasenghor @leahtysse
You are invited to the 2018 GLIDE Holiday Jam: LOVE PREVAILS! Join us for the most uplifting and celebratory night of the holiday season, featuring live performances from GLIDE Ensemble and the Change Band, Grammy Award-winner Lisa Fisher, and INDIA.ARIE! Click the link in our bio to get your tickets now! #loveprevails #jamwithGLIDE . @indiaarie @feliciahorowitz @shakasenghor @edenchanstreetscooper @chasinggarza
The GLIDE Prop C crew reppin' at the Election Night party. Still marveling at the power of grassroots, ground-up activism. Whatever happens, we are so proud to be a part of this movement for a kinder, more equitable, more just San Francisco. #yesonC

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