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Lunchtime Speaker: Aaron Peskin

  • Tenderloin Museum Eddy Street San Francisco, CA United States (map)

Bring your lunch and join us Monday May 2nd for our second Lunch Time Speaker Series event, with District Three Supervisor and former Board of Supervisors President Aaron Peskin. 

Peskin forged deep bonds with the Tenderloin during his first two terms on the Board. He was a strong advocate for SRO tenants, as D3 is second to D6 in the number of SRO hotels. Peskin’s top ally on the Board during his first two terms was D6 Supervisor Chris Daly, and since returning to the Board he has built a strong alliance with Jane Kim.

Peskin is known for telling it like it is, which is why we are so excited to have him as our May speaker. He will address housing, small business preservation and other issues impacting both the Tenderloin and the entire city. Peskin will be interviewed by Tenderloin Museum founder Randy Shaw, and questions will be taken from the audience. 

All proceeds go directly to the Tenderloin Museum, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. These funds facilitate educational programming, employ Tenderloin residents, preserve San Francisco history, and support local artists. The Tenderloin Museum is free to community residents every Wednesday.

Earlier Event: April 21
Volunteer Fair
Later Event: May 6
Ghost Signs of the Tenderloin