Thirty-five years ago this fall, a small group of women wanted a room of their own. Instead, they got a building. Fifteen years later, they added the iconic MaestraPeace mural, which begins on the façade...
A community forum on women, politics and activism brought together a panel of eight female leaders and about 30 community members at the historic Women’s Building on a rainy Saturday night. The panelists, split among...
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Mission Loc@l hosted its first film festival last night at the Women’s Building. For much of the first part of the show we had to keep adding rows of chairs, because more people turned out...
“That kind of abuse has to stop. We pay taxes like everybody else,” said one worker.
Tonight and again next weekend.
Free classes, b-girls, magical mystery bus tour and more!
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The Mission Asset Fund is establishing an online system that will match individuals to resources in the Mission District. "Referral 2.0 if you will."
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