Monday, September 25, 2017
Donald Trump was elected President in part on a promise to deport many more undocumented immigrants. In part through litigation by cities such as San Francisco, the Trump administration has been at least temporarily thwarted in its attempts to penalize localities, including San Francisco, that have pledged not to cooperate with the new administration’s deportation efforts. Niloufar Khonsari, left, and Ana Herrera, below, are distinguished immigrant-rights attorneys and key figures in San Francisco’s resistance to the Trump immigration policy. They will tell us what the federal government has been doing; how city government, nonprofit groups, and pro-immigrant activists have formed a local network of resistance in response; and what the future may hold.
Monday, October 30, 2017
Norman Yee represents District 7 on the Board of Supervisors. He was re-elected in 2012 and so is serving his last term. He has focused on the issues of pedestrian safety and crime reduction. He uses so-called participatory budgeting to allow district residents to choose projects in the district to be funded from a designated pot of money. This year’s winning proposals included $23,000 for security cameras and other crime-prevention equipment. Supervisor Yee will speak and answer questions.
Monday, November 27, 2017
Few know more about the history of San Francisco’s west side than Woody LaBounty, and few can tell the story as engagingly as he can. In 2016, he won an ovation from a full house when he came to SHARP to present the history of Sunset Heights until the 1920s. Now he returns to bring the history of our neighborhood up to the present.
Unless otherwise noted, SHARP meetings occur on the last Monday of the month, at 7 p.m., at our meeting space—the ground floor of 1736 Ninth Avenue (between Moraga and Noriega). map