Tenderlion Talk Live Thank You, More to Come

Thank you to all the community members who joined us for Tenderloin Talk Live at the Hamilton on September 7th. Stay tuned to the next issue of Tenderloin Talk e-newsletter for a full recap and next steps ahead of our next event in December.

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A Coordinated System of Response

Tenderloin Safe Passage kicked off the school year by hosting a safety training with five Tenderloin afterschool program providers. We offer trainings each month to anyone interested in volunteering with Safe Passage, and are currently seeking additional people to join in this important work.

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SF pulls plug on costly SoMa lease for homeless department offices [SF Examiner]

After a backlash, San Francisco has abandoned plans for both a 24-hour resource center for the homeless in the Tenderloin and a costly lease to house the new homeless department . . . read the full story on SF Examiner.

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Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Bay Area: Where are they now? [SF Chronicle}

SF Chronicle's Jenna Lyons profiles Diane Evans, who found herself in the Bay Area following Hurricane Katrina's devastation of her home in New Orleans. Evans now lives at Curry Senior Center. In this article, written in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Evans' spirit shines as she reflects on the harrowing journey. Read the full story on SF Chronicle.

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T.L. Stop the Violence Festival Takes Over Jones Street 9/23

Youth leaders from the Tenderloin and other San Francisco neighborhoods have been the driving organizers behind the event, which calls for a day of "fun, healing, and great entertainment" in response to recent violence in the neighborhood.

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