1 in 25 public school kids in San Francisco are homeless. At the same time, artists and arts organizations have lost $300 million and are struggling to stay in the city. Most San Franciscans don’t know that if Prop. S doesn’t pass, funding for the arts will dry up and homeless families with kids will be left in the lurch (learn more at bettersf.com).
The good news is Prop S is supported by a broad coalition including the SFMOMA, the San Francisco Ballet, and the San Francisco Symphony. There is no vocal opposition and this campaign embodies a positive message about the creative and diverse San Francisco community.
On election day, November 8th, we are organizing a city-wide music and arts festival, and we need Lick-Wilmerding High School to be a part of it!