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COME HEAR CHRISTINE PELOSI!

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DWIA’s Wonder Women in Action
presents
General Membership Meeting
featuring
CHRISTINE PELOSI
When:    Saturday, July 15, 2017
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
What:    Democratic Warrior Christine Pelosi presents on how women are influencing the California Democratic Party
Update on committee projects   
Opportunities to engage with the club in supporting legislation and critical issues
Where: San Francisco location provided with RSVP
Friends and supporters welcome! 
RSVP to Lu Axtell, Co-Chair DWIA, women@sfdwia.org  

PAST PROGRAMS

   

Issues to Action

Bring your friends to this important event!
Thursday, June 20th at the Unitarian Universalist Church 1187 Franklin Street (at Geary).
6:15 – 8:30 PM
After presentations, members will vote for priority issues. Voting outcomes will be used to develop projects that turn issues into action.
Beverages and snacks will be served.
This event is free.

RSVP: Call Amy Hittner at 415-254-5231
or email us at women@sfdwia.org
Subject Line: Issues to Action

Foreclosing on California Children and Families

A reception to meet the SF DCCC Candidates and a forum on Education and Budget issues for Women, Children and Families in San Francisco. 

Panel  #3 Child Abuse

The San Francisco Democratic Women in Action, in concert with like-minded, concerned citizens such as you presented a workshop on abuse across the life span, entitled, Child Abuse in our Community. Our speakers that night featured, Ms.Kathy Baxter from Child Abuse Prevention Center, Ms.Robin Pry, Director from Safe Start, and Dr. Bertram S. Koel, MD a retired pediatrician that use to practice at Kaiser Permanente.

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Jill Wynns, from the SF School Board spoke about the budget and how it affects the program at public schools.
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Supervisor Christine Olague, speaking about the budget and its impact on Seniors.
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Neve Walker, Executive Director of Coleman Advocates. Spoke on how the budgets are affect youth and families.
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Ken Tray, United Educator of San Francisco, also spoke about the budget and the schools system through the lens of the teacher union.
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