An Equitable San Francisco

Mayor London Breed with youth participating in Opportunities for All

In San Francisco, we strive to be a beacon of progressivism for the rest of the country and the world, whether it is leading the way on gay marriage, immigrants rights, or combating climate change. But doing so also requires revisiting the legacy of policies that have disproportionately impacted our low-income and minority populations and working to not only reverse those decisions, but make up for the harm they have caused. This includes…

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45th Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco

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London Breed

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45th Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco

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