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    Ann Rostow: Slouching Towards SCOTUS

    Ann Rostow:  Slouching Towards SCOTUS

    By Ann Rostow– Slouching Towards SCOTUS Before we start, may I apologize for once writing that Brett Kavanaugh was likely a better High Court nominee than the others on Trump’s…

    Horizons: Creating the World We Want to Live In

    Horizons: Creating the World We Want to Live In

    Welcome! Like the San Francisco Bay Times, Horizons has a long history of celebrating our community and bringing to the forefront important issues that we face. Media organizations have experienced…

    Imagining Our Community’s Future

    Imagining Our Community’s Future

    By Roger Doughty, Olga Talamante, and Adam Blum– Horizons Foundation has a long history of providing funds for organizations in our community on the frontlines of today’s issues. A grant…

    Horizons Honors Community Icons

    Horizons Honors Community Icons

    At Horizons’ Annual Gala on October 6, two individuals will be honored who have made incredible contributions to our community. Gavin Grimm Receiving the Courage Award is transgender student rights…

    Upcoming Event: Advocating for LGBTQ Seniors in the Master Plan for Aging in California

    In 2018, West Health and The SCAN Foundation launched the nonpartisan, nonprofit We Stand with Seniors … Will You? campaign to educate policymakers about the needs of California seniors. They…

    An October Surprise We Shall Never Forget

    An October Surprise We Shall Never Forget

    By Andrea Shorter– The first Monday in October denotes the opening of the new session of the U.S. Supreme Court. By statute and tradition, SCOTUS has commenced its yearlong session…

    Food Is Medicine, Food Is Love

    Food Is Medicine, Food Is Love

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– It’s a simple concept. If chronically ill people eat a nutritious, healthy diet, they will need fewer medications and hopefully fewer hospitalizations. By reducing these expenses,…

    Oakland Legislation Would Combat Climate Change, Promote Equitable Economy

    Oakland Legislation Would Combat Climate Change, Promote Equitable Economy

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large– In California, this year alone, a total of 6,568 fires burned an area of 1,502,293 acres, according to the California Department of Forestry…

    GGBA: Business Tips, Calendar and More!

    GGBA: Business Tips, Calendar and More!

    Marketing Ecosystem: A Crash Course By Kristin Mehiel– Investing in an effective lead generation program is pivotal to organizations, both big and small. Establishing an official lead generation plan will…

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