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Shaun Haines - April 2018 Newsletter:
Important Update:

It's official. I am an Honoree for

Pride for 2018!

My platform is a social justice agenda to address poverty and homelessness and I'm here to recruit you: http://bit.ly/JoinShaunatPride

San Francisco

Heritage of Pride 2018 Community Award Recipient Statement


Shaun Haines is a native of San Francisco and the founder of San Francisco Impact Partners. Shaun knows our people need our support, and he is here to see that we get it. He knows the experience of being a homeless individual youth and adult. He knows the difficulty and the challenges associated with getting a job because of the discrimination our most vulnerable communities often experience. He knows what it is to feel unsafe.

Shaun works to produce events to support and provide resources for our community. He serves on the San Francisco LGBT Cultural Heritage Strategy Equity and Economic Development Committee, to ensure that we always have a place in our city. Serving on the SF Police Chief’s LGBT Forum and Castro Community on Patrol, Shaun works to address our safety concerns. Supporting the Stop the Violence Campaign, he is working to identify Safe Zones for LGBTQ people. He is supporting our Trans, Leather, and Castro cultural districts to preserve our communities and commemorate the heritage of our people. In concert with LGBT leaders, in response to patriots and KKK bringing hate to our door, Shaun has been a voice and leader developing anti-racism resources.

Everyone that has experienced hardships here in San Francisco has been demanding safety, dignity, and opportunity. Building a coalition of leaders to co-create resources and solutions will achieve these goals for all. In many LGBTQ organizations, Shaun helps to create jobs, improve our safety, and restore dignity to our homeless LGBTQ family. Working together to fight injustices, our efforts will preserve our city’s vibrant LGBT heritage, culture, diversity, and spaces. Shaun is committed to bringing you into the efforts that respond to our needs.

Let's Stay Connected
Keeping up with my 2016 DCCC campaign promises, 2017 was a lot of focused work staging our success for 2018. 2018 is shaping up to be another community centered year, for me. I will be focusing a lot of time on coalition building around common social justice concerns, health impacts to communities of color, working with allies in helping to create a pipeline out of homelessness, organizing learning and community leadership opportunities -- inviting you to become engaged in making our world a better place. I hope you will join me!​
Video Log of March Community Events
Volunteering as a Saftey Leader with Woman Mach Peace Ambassadors and Castro Community On Patrol
April 5, 2018
Volunteering at 2018 Trans Day of Visibility
Remember and Reclaim March Commemorating the Closure of the Gangway
Sunday Streets Excelsior
March 25, 2018
Sunday Streets Valencia
Black Quisine Fair
April Community Events
SF LGBT Center
1800 Market St, San Francisco, California 94102

Public
 Hosted by San Francisco Impact Partners and SF LGBT Center

You are invited to SF LGBT Center for our community-wide Poetry Slam Competition.
*************************FREE EVENT*******************************
Join us for an intergenerational dialogue that will explore storytelling through literary elements and artistic expression.

With a focus on diversity and bridging the gap between LGBTQ generations. Through our art, we shall share stories about our life experiences. Elder, College Aged, Homeless, and Working Class Queers - all of us together.

Doors open 6:00 PM | Program begins 6:30 PM

This event is free. Beverages/Beer/Wine and snacks provided. 

AWARDS for the top three performances! 

Access info
This event is wheelchair accessible (second floor of
buildling accessible via elevator). The Center is a low-scent building. For other access needs or questions about accommodations, please contact SamuelG@sfcenter.org at least 48 hours prior to the event.You are invited to SF LGBT Center for our community-wide Poetry Slam Competition. Compete to be the FIRST EVER Champion! AWARDS for the top three performances!

************FREE EVENT************************
Monday, May 7 at 6:30 PM - 8 PM

Lookout
3600 16th St @ Market St, San Francisco, California 94114


Join us for a conversation about how we can continue to ‘march for our lives’ and for the lives of those impacted by gun violence. 

Several members of the newly forming group Gays Against Guns SF will be joining us for the conversation too.
We gather the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month!

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Thorough Bread and Pastry
248 Church St, San Francisco, California 94114


Join our Sacred Space Minister for a conversation about ‘letting go’ and other topics over a cup of coffee or tea and perhaps a tasty treat!
 
Looking Back, Driving Forward
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