San Francisco Rising Alliance

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San Francisco Rising Alliance is a vibrant young electoral alliance that builds the political power of working class communities of color in San Francisco. Its members organize in African-American, Latino and Asian/Pacific Islander communities in San Francisco. As outlined in its mission and its platform, the members of SFR seek to build a new, community-based political infrastructure and to make lasting change on a broad set of issues impacting their communities.

It is closely connected to Liberation Road.

Leadership

Vanessa Moses has served as co-chair of San Francisco Rising Alliance, and in 2016 Vanessa’s leadership led to the formation of Bay Rising, a regional alliance of community-led organizations working to address the crisis of inequality throughout the Bay Area and statewide. Vanessa was also one of the co-creators of Bay Resistance, a multi-sector rapid response network of over 50 organizations.[1]

Members

San Francisco Rising Alliance supporters

San Francisco Rising Alliance December 14, 2018 ·

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Chelsea Boilard, Leticia Arce, Beatriz Herrera, Teresa Molina, Maria Ixchel Zamudio,Celi Tamayo-Lee and Kitzia Esteva.San Francisco Rising Alliance December 14, 2018 ·

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With Sunny Angulo, Marilyn Duran, Lily Wong and Rebecca Ming-Yoke Hom.

San Francisco Rising Alliance December 19, 2018 ·

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With Maria Guillen, James Tracy, Athena Waid, Celi Tamayo-Lee, Anakh Sul Rama and Li Miao Lovett.

People's Action

San Francisco Rising Alliance April 30 2019· People's Action/Peoples Wave.

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Proud to share the stage at the #PeoplesWave with Senator Bernie Sanders, pushing for #MedicareforAll and #FreeCollegeforAll!! People's Action — with Emily Ja-ming Lee, Celi Tamayo-Lee and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.

San Francisco Rising Alliance April 30 2019· People's Action/Peoples Wave.

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San Francisco Rising Alliance April 30 ·

With Emily Ja-ming Lee and Celi Tamayo-Lee and Ro Khanna.

References