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Housing, Not Heartache – No on Q Benefit Social Night

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From the good folks at the Coalition on Homelessness:

Housing Not Heartache
Housing Not Harrassment
Housing Not Q!

On Friday, October 14th, we are gathering for a night of celebration and hope for those who are tired of San Francisco’s perpetual sidewalk shuffle that keeps homeless people homeless. This is a fundraiser for the very grassroots funded campaign to stop Measure Q, the cynical ban on tents that uses our homeless community in a rhetorical flame war, in which only they will be hurt.

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Donations $10-100 will benefit the No on Q campaign. Please note that any contributions over $100 must be reported with occupation and employer information. FB invite here.

More info on the flyer below:

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