Monthly Archives: September 2011

Parent/Student Workshop for 6th graders

MiCoCo’s Youth Affinity Group (YAG) has organized a workshop for 6th graders and their parents. The transition from elementary school to middle school can be difficult for both students and their parents. This workshop seeks to help parents understand the … Continue reading

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Closing the Health Care Loophole

In 2006, former Supervisor Tom Ammiano pushed for a Health Care Security Ordinance that went into effect in San Francisco. The ordinance included three options to provide San Francisco workers with health care. The first option was the “Healthy San … Continue reading

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The Push for Free Youth MUNI Fastpasses

Community groups, youth groups, leaders and other advocates gathered at the City Hall Steps this past Monday rallying in favor of a program for free MUNI fast passes for San Francsico youth between the ages of five and 17. The … Continue reading

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In memory of Eric Quezada

Please join us to celebrate the life of our dear friend and compañero, Eric Quezada. The celebration will include testimonials from family members and friends, as well as a number of cultural performances representing the Mission community that Eric lived in … Continue reading

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MiCoCo’s new intern: Monica Guerra

Hi everyone, I’m Monica, the new intern working with MiCoCo! Currently, I’m a broadcasting major entering my junior year at San Francisco State University and I’m hoping to become a news producer in the future. Most of my free time … Continue reading

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