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A Community Program for Change in San Francisco 1975: Positions Adopted at the June 1975 San Francisco Community Congress

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A Community Program for Change in San Francisco 1975: Positions Adopted at the June 1975 San Francisco Community Congress
Original Title A Community Program for Change in San Francisco 1975: Positions Adopted at the June 1975 San Francisco Community Congress
Author 1975 San Francisco Community Congress
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Topics san francisco, community, discussion, politics, policy, 1970s, 1975, lone mountain college, association of black professionals, bay area gay liberation, bay area women’s coalition, bayview senior center, california legislative council for older americans, canon kip neighborhood center, centro decambio, chinese for affirmative action, citizens council on criminal justice, citizens for justice, coordinating council on drug abuse, citizens for representative government, crg, community design center, concilio demujeres, delancey street foundation, fair oaks neighbors, federation of ingleside neighbors, four-o-nine house, golden gate business and civic women’s association, golden gate neighborhood centers association, good health medical clinic, haight-ashbury center for alcohol problems, haight-ashbury neighborhood council, humanists of san francisco, japanese youth council, league of united latin american citizens, lulac, medical committee for human rights, mission neighborhood center, network against psychiatric assault, napa, national organization to reform marijuana laws, norml, organization of young latino activists, peace and freedom party, potrero hill community government, potrero hill neighborhood center, people’s law school, real alternatives program (RAP), regional young adult project, san francisco black political caucus, san francisco democratic women’s forum, san francisco tomorrow, san quentin six defense committee, seeds of life, socialist coalition, telegraph hill neighborhood center, tenant’s action group, tenants and owners opposed to redevelopment, toor, united prisoners union, western addition project area committee, wapac, kpoo, community radio, government, energy, arts, housing, parks and recreation, jobs, economic development, criminal justice, health, education, senior citizens
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[from document page 2]The first San Francisco Community Congress was held on Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8, 1975, at Lone Mountain College. Nearly 1,000 people from virtually every San Francisco community came together to participate in the Congress.The Community Congress was the culmination of a six-month process, during which 600 people attended nine “issue conventions,” developed agreement on these issues and plans of action for dealing with them, and, finally, brought the results of their efforts to Lone Mountain College. Two days of open discussion, debate and voting at the Congress resulted in agreement on a broad range of issues and concerns affecting all San Francisco communities. This document presents the specific positions adopted at the Community Congress.
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