Posts tagged Community Voice
KQED visits TLCBD Safe Passage, get to know some of the Neighborhood Heroes of our program

KQED recently visited TLCBD's Safe Passage, resulting in radio, print, and video stories documenting some of the diverse voices powering this important program. Get to know the people who’ve come to inspire us as Corner Captains, the residents who volunteer to make the Tenderloin a safer place for ALL.

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Save The Date: Tenderloin Talk LIVE May 9th

Hi neighbors! Please save the date for the next Tenderloin Talk Live on May 9th. Tenderloin Talk Live is a quarterly event inaugurated in June 2017 by TLCBD. These events help to strengthen our community connection, encourage dialogue on neighborhood issues, and provide opportunities to engage with a variety of our neighborhood-serving projects and programs.

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Tenderloin People's Congress hosts People's Summit, March 29th

Tenderloin People's Congress will hold a resident summit to share and receive feedback on a draft platform related to neighborhood issues. The event will take place on Thursday, March 29th from 4-6pm at 150 Golden Gate Avenue. Food, raffle, and children's activities will be on hand. For more information, please contact Lorenzo at 415-358-3925 or llistana@tndc.org.

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TL Solidarity invite you to, The Story of Us, storytelling workshop event

TL Solidarity has an event coming up called, The Story of Us on Wednesday March 7th from 2-5pm at Alexander Residence, 230 Eddy Street in the community room.

Come learn more about strategies that you can use to tell your story! Attend an active listening workshop and story strategy workshop! Participate in interactive activities! Enjoy music! Food will be served!

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Tenderloin Talk Live Event Introduces Invest Tenderloin Plan, Focuses on People

Thanks to all who joined us at the third installment of Tenderloin Talk Live. TLCBD appreciated an opportunity to share how previous events have shaped our plan of work over the next two years. Read all about it here. Stay tuned for the next Tenderloin Talk Live in April.

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Neighborhood Heroes: Angela & Stephon

Who will be our next Tenderloin neighborhood hero in February? You decide. Send submissions to Fernando@tlcbd.org. No act of heroism is too small.

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Save The Date: Tenderloin Talk LIVE January 24th

Please save the date for the next Tenderloin Talk Live on January 24th at 5PM. We will continue the quality of life conversation, reporting back on what we heard at our previous event and presenting our strategy and work plan for improving quality of life in the Tenderloin.

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Walk SF, Safe Passage Outreach With SFMTA's Safer Taylor Street Project, More to Come

From senior centers and food pantries, to parks and street corners, ambassadors from Walk San Francisco and Tenderloin Safe Passage gathered over 200 responses from the project area in the Tenderloin and Lower Nob Hill communities.

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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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Join Us For Tenderloin Talk Live

Join us on September 7th as we directly work to answer the questions, What can you do and how can we, the Tenderloin Community Benefit District, help work through the quality of life issues negatively affecting the neighborhood.

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Tenderloin Talk Live Draws Lively Talk, Part II Coming In September

The inaugural event had elements of a social mixer, a neighborhood celebration, and a community-working group. We’re grateful to all the people who came and shared their vision with ours. We hope to see you all, and many more, at the next Tenderloin Talk Live in September. 

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