Alberto Carrillo began the morning of March 27 in much the same way as he has for the past year, working as a public Pit Stop monitor at Eddy and Jones streets in the Tenderloin . . . But by the end of his day at 5 p.m., Carrillo, 31, had saved one life and may have saved another. . . full story at SF Chronicle. Thank you Alberto for your continued welcoming presence and for being a hero.Read More
The Tenderloin is better because G-Ma spent her last years here. She insisted on unity across cultures and language in the Tenderloin. She welcomed her neighbors. As founding co-chair of the Tenderloin People’s Congress, she worked to galvanize resident voice and lift up solutions to the challenges affecting the quality of their lives.
A memorial service will be held Monday, March 5, at 11am at Third Baptist Church 1399 McAllister at Pierce.Read More