The Glidettes – Our Moment Of Joy

During the month of May, GLIDE celebrates Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage. In this story, we highlight the Glidettes, a delightful group of Asian-identifying seniors and performers

Mental Health Awareness Month

Advancing the Cause of Mental Health at GLIDE   May is Mental Health Awareness month and as an organization that is radically inclusive and seeks to alleviate suffering, we know that

We love our volunteers!

April is National Volunteer Month and where would GLIDE be without its treasure-trove of volunteers? These are the team players who passionately seek to make a difference in the lives of others.

A Message from Rev. Cecil Williams

To my beloved brothers and sisters of the GLIDE community, I have made a decision to formally step down from my role at GLIDE. I want all of you to know that

pre-text, pretext, stops

SFPD set to curtail pretext stops

Many of us know the names: Sandra Bland, Daunte Wright, Philando Castile, Walter Scott, Sam DuBose. They are just a few of the hundreds of Americans across the country who have been killed by police during a traffic stop. In many of these cases, police had stopped the victim using a practice called “pretext stops” — pulling someone over for a minor traffic or equipment violation and then using that stop to conduct an unrelated speculative criminal investigation, not for the purpose of enforcing the traffic code.