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Rosa Parks, Unbracketed

“At the time I was arrested I had no idea it would turn into this. It was just a day like any other day. The only thing that made it significant was that the masses of the people joined in.”

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Check-in with Rita: What I’m Thankful For

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At GLIDE, we are thankful for the community we create and nurture here. We are especially grateful for our GLIDE community as our nation’s political and social landscape is rapidly changing after the recent election. This week we sat down with our Executive Director

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Loving and Forgiving Yourself

by Katherine D’Amato, HROI Intern Today’s entry comes to us from Katherine D’Amato, an intern in Human Resources and Organizational Integration (HROI). Katherine shares how GLIDE has been a place that has helped her grow in her ability to love

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GLIDE Health Services: Esker-D’s Field of Dreams

GLIDE Health Services (GHS) provides high quality, comprehensive, culturally competent primary care and wellness services to the medically underserved. GHS patients are predominantly homeless or low income, racially diverse and a population that has great health disparities who would otherwise

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GLIDE Emerging Leader: Katherine Nasol

Get to know Katherine Nasol in this week’s installment of our GLIDE Emerging Leaders Intern profile series! School and Major: Stanford University, Majoring in International Relations, Minoring in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity What brought you to GLIDE? When

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At SF City Hall. #transyouth need our LOVE and support, not damaging, discriminatory policies! GLIDE attending the Trans March rally for trans and gsc youth. #supporttransyouth Thank you to our friends @atkearneyinc for this wonderful gift, and for your consistent volunteer service! So grateful! #givingback Did you know that #RosaParks was fired from her job as a seamstress at a local department store after famously refusing to give up her seat on the bus? She went on to live a lifetime of activism. She fought for the rights of political prisoners, created a scholarship foundation for college-bound seniors, and even served on the Board of Advocates of @plannedparenthood Clink the link in our profile to learn more! #everydayhero #blackhistorymonth #civilrights #solidarity

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