Monthly Archives: August 2012

MaestraPeace Mural Restoration featured in the Fog City Journal

Thanks to Fog City Journal for this write-up detailing the fundraising and restoration process of MaestraPeace and featuring words from the artists themselves. Women’s Strife Upheld in Mural Restoration By Peter Hernandez August 1, 2012 The iconic and historic “Maestrapeace” … Continue reading

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Aging as Queer People of Color: Activists Needed

The Department of Health and Human Resources sets the poverty line at $10,890. However, if you are queer, of color, and aging in one of the top 5 cities with the highest cost of living, affordable housing, health care, food … Continue reading

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