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A People’s Economic Vision for San Francisco

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The Guardian Forum: Issues for the next mayor

Announcing a series of panel discussions and participatory debates framing the progressive issues for the mayor’s race and beyond Issue One: Economy, Jobs and the Progressive Agenda Calvin Welch, Council of Community Housing Organizations Fernando Marti, Community planner; Community Congress … Continue reading

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The Guardian Forum: Issues for the next mayor

Upcoming programs: June 9: Economy, Jobs and the Progressive Agenda June 21: Budget, Healthcare and Social Services July 14: Tenants, Housing and Land Use July 28: Immigration, Education and Youth Aug. 25: Environment, Energy and Climate Change Cosponsors: • Harvey … Continue reading

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Tonight at the Grassroots Democratic Club

With the recent developments from the Federal Congress to our own Board of Supervisors, we are challenged to think big and differently, to develop a new relationship between communities and local government. The 2010 Community Congress sought to redefine the … Continue reading

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Community Congress Action Agenda

Downloadable PDF: SF Community Congress 2010 – Immediate Action Agenda AN OPEN INVITATION The 2010 Community Congress engaged hundreds of San Franciscans from diverse corners of the city, who united to craft a platform for proactive progressive change. Our goals … Continue reading

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Towards a Progressive Agenda for SF

A Progressive Vision for the November Elections and Beyond Wednesday, September 22nd, 6:30-8:30pm 522 Valencia St. (Btw 16th St. and 17th St.) What is our progressive vision for an economically just city? How do electoral strategies play into the broader … Continue reading

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San Francisco left seeks to channel spirit of ’75

From SF Public Press: http://sfpublicpress.org/news/2010-08/san-francisco-left-seeks-to-channel-spirit-of-%E2%80%9975 By Mineko Brand, SF Public Press — Aug 17 2010 It could have been the plot of a science fiction novel, or perhaps “Rip Van Winkle.” Thirty-five years after its first meeting, the Community Congress … Continue reading

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