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Alice is excited to announce our club’s official endorsements for the fall election! On August 19, the Alice membership met and voted to endorse the following candidates: Mayor: Edwin Lee Sheriff: Vicki Hennessy District Attorney: George Gascón District 3 Supervisor: Julie Christensen City Attorney: Dennis Herrera Treasurer: Jose Cisneros City College Board: Alex Randolph  

Wednesday, Aug 19, 2015 6:30-7:30pm San Francisco LGBT Center 1800 Market St, San Francisco The general membership will vote on our November 2015 Endorsements. Below are Alice PAC recommendations.  Voting will run from 6:30-7:30pm. Early Endorsements The Alice membership will be voting on whether to hold a vote to early endorseScott Wiener for State Senate

August 15, 2015 Community Work Day 8:30AM Meet at the Grove – click here for directions Alice membership committee is organizing a volunteer work day at the AIDS Memorial Grove. Gardening activities include: clearing weeds and debris, mulching and hauling topsoil, planting new trees and shrubs, and other related activities within the Grove. Most volunteers find Community

July Meeting

July 20, 2015

Monday, July 27 – July Meeting ***NEW TIME: 6:45pm*** Assemblymember David Chiu will join us for a special general membership meeting to discuss his legislative priorities and share a few stories of his first nine months in Sacramento. This meeting will run from 6:45-7:45 at the San Francisco LGBT Center, 1800 Market St, San Francisco.

By: Brian Leubitz & Zoe Dunning, Alice Co-Chairs We are extremely proud that Alice has early endorsed a true leader in the city, and fellow Alice Board member, City College Trustee Alex Randolph. Alex has served in leadership positions within Alice for many years, and has been doing the hard work of rebuilding City College

Monday, June 8, 2015 6:30p LGBT Center, 1800 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102 The debate over housing monsters and moratoriums in San Francisco’s Mission district may dominate the media, but the concern about density and affordability is shared by many throughout the entire Bay Area. San Francisco’s housing crisis is connected to what’s happening from

It’s almost that time of year again! Announcing the 2015 Alice Pride Breakfast happening on June 28 at 8am (Doors open at 7:45.) at Hyatt Regency San Francisco, 5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco. Now’s the time to buy your ticket or sign up to be a sponsor! Buy your individual tickets for $75 ($100 for non-members). Or let us

At the Monday, May 11, 2015 Alice General membership Meeting, Alice unanimously approved DCCC member Matt Dorsey’s resolution below: Resolution supporting the ‘Getting to Zero’ Consortium’s strategic plan on HIV/AIDS in San Francisco WHEREAS, San Francisco has long been a global epicenter on HIV/AIDS—not simply in terms of infections and deaths, but in groundbreaking public

May 11, 2015 SF LGBT Center at 6:30pm Join us for our May General Membership Meeting for an important discussion about local issues regarding race and law enforcement. Panelists will address a range of timely issues including Black Lives Matter,the Human Rights Commission’s Pilot Training Program on Implicit Bias, the recent controversy about racist texts sent by SFPD officers, and

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