Posts tagged ‘social justice’

Women’s March San Francisco ~ January 19, 2019

Once again, joining millions of women world wide, on Saturday,  January 19, 2019, Women’s March San Francisco will host a rally and march, kicking off at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza at 11:30 a.m. with a lineup of speakers who advocate and organize on and around topics central to the Women’s March mission to work on behalf of human rights, civil liberties and social justice for all.

“Last year’s march focused on a theme of #HearOurVote, and we are now coming off a momentous midterm, where a more representative body of leadership has taken seat at the local and national levels. This year, we know the work is not done,”
— Sophia Andary, chair of Women’s March San Francisco.

For more details and logistics

This year’s speakers are advocates and leaders in their communities and fields. They’ll be covering a wide array of issues including anti-semitism, immigration, indigenous peoples rights, LGBTQIA rights and representation, reproductive rights, and socioeconomic and social justice.

See the slate of speakers and performers

Details:
For anyone coming in from another city please consider using Rally Bus, the statewide partner to the Women’s March California chapters.

View detailed logistics about the day of the march and learn about the rally speakers

Learn more via Facebook, Eventbrite, Meetup or follow the event on Twitter.

#TruthToPower
#WomensWave
#WomensMarchSF

Women’s March, Washington, DC

From Homeless to Home

Honored to be a part of this project as a Homeward Bound of Marin board member.
Five years in the making, our first formerly homeless family has moved into Oma Village ~ a brand new affordable housing community in Novato, CA built by Homeward Bound. See photo gallery and watch news footage of Rev. Betty “Oma” Pagett speaking about the project. (“Oma” means grandmother in German)

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