Article By: Joen Madonna Executive Director of Artspan.org The night of the election, I didn’t cry. I was in shock. But I knew that I had to buck-the-fuck up. As the director of a non-profit that helps local artists living and working in San Francisco, I had to be strong for
Guest Post by Dan Moore If you’re not from San Francisco, or if you’re otherwise unfamiliar with life in this city, you might envision the city’s relationship with rain as fundamentally romantic. Perhaps you think of considerate little rain clouds rolling all polite and cottony into the bay, blanketing the
By Mar-Li Pitcher and Lauryn Petrie Red banners wave and the exuberant crowd’s cheers of “Make America Great Again” rise to the rafters. The working-class descendants of the Mayflower feel that they have finally found their king. Xenophobia and fear fuel their rabid enthusiasm. Meanwhile, outside, homeless people are having their
Saturday, December 17th @ Milk Bar SF.
By Melissa Davidson @madtris Many people are concerned about what the new administration will do with our healthcare system. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, but even Trump himself realizes it’s easier to repeal and not so easy to replace. Americans are navigating the fact
This was originally a Facebook post by Taj James, Founder & Co-Director at Movement Strategy Center. It is reposted here with his permission. The 5 Ways We Can Stop Trump from Seizing Power (And how to remove him from power if he does!) #TrumpLost the democratic election (the one where the person
Many people feel like they have less energy in the winter months, and some also experience more anxiety and depression than they typically do in the warm summer months
It was intense. I needed some water. I needed to get some air. I stood up and went outside, but the bubble of awareness was still around me. The world was different.