Posts tagged Advocacy
On joining the Clean Safe 365 Coalition & why the Tenderloin must be a priority

We join with Clean Safe 365 to invite our new Mayor London Breed and other City partners to show the world what is possible when we work together to address San Francisco’s degraded street environment. Furthermore, we would like to add that the Tenderloin cannot be the place to contain the problems we face, but the place to put in the difficult work of getting through it.

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Re-Read The Tenderloin Times, at the Tenderloin Museum [SF Weekly]

The Tenderloin Museum’s new exhibit, “Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94,” is a bittersweet look at the little paper that could. Funded by Hospitality House and grant money, The Tenderloin Timeswas the right paper at the right time — staffed by idealists like Rob Watersand Sara Colm, who made sure that under-reported issues like homelessness were reported with the seriousness they deserved.

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Nov 2nd, Tenderloin Museum Launches Latest Exhibit: Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94

The Tenderloin Museum's latest exhibit, Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94, opens on November 2nd, and focuses on the Pulitzer prize-nominated, four-language Tenderloin paper published out of Hospitality House during the aforementioned years.

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The theater of real life in the Tenderloin [SF Chronicle]

Over the years, Skywatchers performances have evolved from regular meetings in community rooms with artist facilitators and artist residents, lending a vehicle of artistic expression to daily experience. With a recent NEA grant, Bluethenthal and the entire Skywatchers ensemble hope to take their advocacy to another level.

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