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Home Poems from Sister Circles - Sponsored by California Arts Council & San Francisco Art Commission

Through grants received by the California Arts Council and San Francisco Arts Commission, YWFC hosted creative writing and audio storytelling workshops that engaged incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women, and queer and transgender women and gender nonconforming (TGNC) people in particular, in building voice and building power. Together we created media that challenges perceptions of system-involved women and TGNC and that supports organizing for change. We built siblinghood and community through this work as well.

Julia "Juju" Arroyo
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Careers
Join YWFC Team! Seeking SF Program Manager of Leadership and Advocacy

The Program Manager for Leadership and Advocacy is responsible for guiding our Leadership and Advocacy Programs in reaching their programmatic goals by supporting formerly incarcerated and system involved women and girls with systems navigation. This position is responsible for ensuring that program plans and activities are in line with the organization's mission, vision, values and fulfill annual goals. The Program Manager is a part of the San Francisco team and works closely with other Program Managers, Self-Determination Coaches/Advocates, and the Program Director to represent the organization on a local and national level.

TaMeicka "Ifasina" Clear
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Join the YWFC Team! Seeking SF Program Manager of Detention/Reentry

The Program Manager for Youth Detention & Reentry is responsible for guiding Detention Programs in reaching their programmatic goals by supporting incarcerated women and girls with systems navigation. This position is responsible for ensuring that program plans and activities are in line with the organization's mission, vision, values and fulfill annual goals. The Program Manager is a part of the San Francisco team and works closely with other Program Managers, Self-Determination Coaches, and the Program Director to represent the organization on a local and national level.

TaMeicka "Ifasina" Clear
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A Majority of Board of Supervisors Support Legislation to Close SF’s Juvenile Hall by December 2021

A majority of the Board of Supervisors signed onto legislation introduced at the April 9, 2019 SF Board of Supervisors meeting to require the closure of San Francisco’s Juvenile Hall by December 2021. Supervisors Shamann Walton, Hillary Ronen and Matt Haney authored the legislation, and Supervisors Gordon Mar, Aaron Peskin and Sandra Lee Fewer have signed on as co-sponsors.

Jessica Nowlan
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