“Write something about your culture." The boy ignores him.
“When I came to San Francisco, I saw that fantastic sign…with no explanation but it was enough for me,” wrote Glen Mehn in a 2002 letter to the city protesting the removal of the icon....
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Mission Community Council struggles to keep going. Also community events and announcements. En Español
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A bosomy Captain America, Batman in a ball gown and other artistic explorations of superheroes and the human body as an object of sexuality and consumption.
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MLK Day, Henry Oden, Pancho Villa/Panco Vilja and more!
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different kinds of families get their photos taken at intersection for the arts
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One Day: A Collective Narrative of Tehran Wed, Nov 25 | 12pm – 5pm | FREE Featuring the work of eight artists living in Tehran, Iran – Nima Alizadeh, Saba Alizadeh, Mohammad Ghazali, Ghazaleh Hedayat, Abbas...