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Renegade to Support Arts & Homeless in San Francisco

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Via – Lauren Espina & Haley Scofield of Sea Witch Productions

Hotel taxes in San Francisco were created to fund the arts, but they’ve been stripped away over the last decade.

We’re taking that $$ back!!! The San Francisco Arts and Families Funding Ordinance just launched a campaign for a new ballot measure that would take those funds back for arts and homelessness initiatives. But first we need 9.5k signatures to get on the ballot in November!

sf arts rally

We are throwing a RENEGADE RALLY on Valencia & 18th, Wednesday JUNE 29, to raise awareness and signatures!!! Bring your guitars and shakers and help us spread the word! Lash Music Media & Licensing will be there to document the magic.

If this passes, it will secure $17 million for family homelessness services and $65 million for arts in San Francisco, and that includes everything from the SF Ballet to things like our own rock and roll tampon drive Let It Bleed

This is something that will directly effect all of us involved in the arts. Please come out and show your support!
Wednesday June  6 PM – 9 PM
Valencia St between 18th St & 19th St 
San Francisco, California 94110

Facebook Invite: Here

See you all out there ; )

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1 Comment

  1. Kenneth Dotson
    June 29, 2016 at 11:01 am


    Art is apparently almost 4X more important than family homelessness.