Wed February 20, 2013

Seniors on the streets of San Francisco

Photo by Jim Forest on Flikr

If you really want to know how our local economy is doing, look no further than the nearest homeless shelter. Former Supervisor Bevan Dufty oversees homelessness in the city, and he says these days, San Francisco’s roughly 1,150 beds are nearly full each night. Advocates say there’s been a sharp increase in homeless seniors, especially women. It was rare to see this population on the streets a few decades ago, but now service providers say it seems to be the norm.

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Thu October 11, 2012
Arts & Culture

Muslim women's love lives revealed

Ayesha Mattu (left) and Nura Maznavi (right) co-edited Love Inshallah. Mattu joined Hana Baba to talk about the book.
Courtesy of www.loveinshallah.com


Mon June 11, 2012
Women Writing Op-Eds

Today on Your Call: Why aren’t more women on the editorial page? And why does it matter?

On today's Your Call, we’ll talk about why women submit fewer op-eds than men and how it affects public discourse. Katie Orenstein, founder of the OpEd Project, laments that we’re hearing from only a small fraction of the world’s best minds. What keeps women from writing op-eds and taking part in our public discourse? Join us at 10am PST or leave a comment here. Who are the female opinion writers you value --  and what do they offer? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.


Katie Orenstein, founder of the OpEd Project

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