Eye on the Ball: Prop C, Our City Our Home
The Key to Transforming the Homeless Crisis GLIDE assists people who are homeless or on the brink of homelessness every day, and we have witnessed the effects of the housing […]Read More >>
June 2018 Election Wrap-up
On June 5, San Franciscans voted to make our city a more equitable, safe and just place. Together we made real progress on affordable childcare, limiting the tobacco industry’s influence […]Read More >>
Understanding why Measure H is truly dangerous.
To truly protect and serve, we must see the human being in front of us as someone deserving of respect and compassion no matter their state or circumstance.Read More >>
Eye on the Ball: Let’s End Family Homelessness
Every Sunday in January, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at GLIDE. To sign up, call (415) 674-6080 or email GLIDE’s Advocacy Manager, Ben, at BL@glide.org According to the 2017 Point […]Read More >>
Eye on the Ball: San Francisco Renter Harassment Guide
Welcome to another edition of Eye on the Ball. This week we’re bringing you another installment on tenants’ rights. We’ll cover how to deal with landlord harassment. Renters in this […]Read More >>
Eye on the Ball: Know Your Rights and Protect Yourself from Unjust Eviction
Welcome to Eye on the Ball’s four-part series on renters’ rights in San Francisco. This week, we’ll talk about what to do when your landlord says, “You gotta go!” First, […]Read More >>
It’s raw. It’s rad. It’s Radical Action Writing!
Radical Action Thursdays (RATs) are back! But because we aren’t fond of rats, we tweaked the name a bit. So what’s this whole RAW thing, anyway?Read More >>
Eye on the Ball: How to keep housing, for you and everyone in the Tenderloin
This week, our first of many Development Without Displacement Community Workshops met in collaboration with over 80 residents and nonprofit allies. We talked about displacement and how to create a […]Read More >>
“You all ready to fight?”
Reverend Harry Williams talks about the Nation, our City, and Low-Income Housing On April 27, Reverend Harry Williams, representing GLIDE Memorial Church and the Tenderloin, addressed a rally on the […]Read More >>
"The Work Is Resistance"
A conversation about Standing Rock, solidarity, and faith with GLIDE Seminary Intern Todd Whitley How has Standing Rock figured in your time here at GLIDE? The first time I preached […]Read More >>
Eye on the Ball: Together, we can make California a Sanctuary State!
Welcome to another edition of Eye on the Ball, where we share what’s going on and how you can join us—in a movement for justice, for the health and wellbeing […]Read More >>
GLIDE on the Move: A Sacramento Day of Action
Last Wednesday, GLIDE joined over a thousand Californians gathered at the state’s capitol to support the passage of SB 54, “The California Values Act.” The bill was introduced by State […]Read More >>
Eye on the Ball: Where the Action Is
Welcome to another installment of Eye on the Ball. There’s so much happening these days that it can be hard to keep focused. So, we’d like to spotlight a few […]Read More >>
Check-in with Rita: What I’m Thankful For
At GLIDE, we are thankful for the community we create and nurture here. We are especially grateful for our GLIDE community as our nation’s political and social landscape is rapidly changing after […]Read More >>
Props to Love!
A report back on key state and local propositions in November 2016 The last week-and-a-half has left us wondering about our nation’s future. Many of us are feeling loss, anger […]Read More >>
Why I Am Voting NO on PROP Q
San Francisco’s Proposition Q would ban tents on the city’s sidewalks. Police and city workers would ticket tents and impound them along with all of their occupants’ possessions the next […]Read More >>
Why I Am Voting YES on PROP N
Editorial note: With the following post by GLIDE’s Theresa Calderon we continue a weekly series of opinion pieces in the run-up to Election Day November 8, discussing propositions on the […]Read More >>