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How I connect to District 8
I am deeply rooted in District 8
I lived at:
Portola and O’Shaughnessy
I serve the D8 community in Castro as:
A member of the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District
A member of the Castro Community on Patrol
A member of the Police Chiefs LGBTQ Forum
I have organized fundraisers to bring our community together to fright HIV.
I participated in organizing our LGBTQ community response to the ALT right and KKK coming into our communities.
I continue to engage our community on issues of housing and homelessness and am working to build supportive infrastructure for our homeless to provide access to storage so that our streets can become cleaner and safer for all.
I am running to represent San Franciscans as a member of the DCCC – 17th Assembly District. As a native of San Francisco, I live, work, and have engaged in grassroots progressive activism to address some of our biggest problems. Focusing on and addressing the issues for everyone – from those of us living on our streets to those of us safe and secure in our housing.
Like you, I’m fighting for a better future, for my family, friends, the community and for the health of our human society. Together, I have fought with you for social justice and progress matters of human rights, civil rights, open government, public health and safety, homeless services, worker rights and workforce development, community heritage, and preservation. Join if you live in San Francisco.
Can I count on you? YES!
Serving 7 years as an Associate Member of our San Francisco Democratic Party (DCCC – Democratic Central County Committee), a former Delegate of our California State Democratic Committee, Founder and President San Francisco Black Community Matters – A Chartered San Francisco Democratic Club, founder and Executive Director of San Francisco Impact Partners – an organization focused on issues concerning poverty and homelessness.
Believe we can connect on issues important to San Franciscans?
I’ve been focused on coming into every community to talk about our efforts to improve public safety, talking about ways to secure out communities through our cultural districts, talking about ways to address poverty and homeless and talking about ways to grow and diversify our democratic party to include the voice and experience of those who are often denied a seat at the table.
Election Day March 3rd. 2020
My connection to every community within our city is special because, at some point, we have been neighbors. I was born in San Francisco at General Hospital, raised in and have lived all across our great city and county, yes – I’m a unicorn and like you, I am a fighter and have survived through great hardship and disparities. We share so many of the same concerns and values, and they often include:
How we will work to build stronger and safer communities with more affordable housing
How we will work to ensure our families are healthy
How we will work ensure access to an affordable education
How we will work to create new and accessible economic opportunities at livable wages, and…
How we will work to restore and grow our city’s cultural diversity, for everyone.
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Together we can build a better future for all San Franciscans!
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