Waging Peace Exhibit Thru 8/14

The war in Vietnam, the 60’s, the draft, the resistance, the protests, the movement in San Francisco and beyond. Check out a free exhibit at the San Francisco Veterans Building Waging Peace in Vietnam: US Soldiers & Veterans Who Opposed the War. It explores the courage and creativity – and true patriotism – of GIs in their opposition to the […]

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Low-Cost Taxi Rides

The City of San Francisco through the SFMTA started a pandemic program where residents who are 65+ or have a disability can get an Essential Trip Card for taxi rides. The fee is $6 for a $30 credit, or $12 for a $60 credit per month. The program uses taxis to take people on essential trips like going to the grocery store, pharmacy or […]

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Waging Peace: US Soldiers and Veterans Who Opposed the War

June 29 – August 14Wednesdays – Sundays1-6pmFree admission During the Vietnam War, tens of thousands of GIs stepped out of formation. Some refused orders to Vietnam. Some joined anti-war organizations. Some demonstrated against the war.  Some deserted to Canada and elsewhere. Some organized within the military. Some started underground newspapers. Some scribbled graffiti.  Some worked in anti-war coffee houses.  Some […]

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Gay American Indians: Living Legacies

The Gay American Indians will be celebrating Living Legacies for Pride at the War Memorial. The event will be clean and sober, masks are encouraged, and vax cards will be checked. Randy Burns will be the event coordinator. The Alexander Hamilton Post 448 will be hosting this event in Room 202 at the Veterans War Memorial Building on Friday, June […]

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Memorial Day Observances

There will be two local ceremonies to honor our fallen heroes on Memorial Day. Both of these events will start at 11am on May 30th, one at the San Francisco National Cemetery in the Presidio, and one at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno. – San Francisco: The event starts at 11am with a band concert starting at […]

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View the Exhibition “Remember Bataan”

Sponsored by the Bataan Legacy Historical Society, the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco, the Filipino American Arts Exposition and the Philippine Scouts Heritage Society. This exhibition commemorates the 80th Anniversary of the Bataan Death March. The event will be held on April 28th at the Kalayaan Hall of the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco located at 447 Sutter […]

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She’s a Shero Awards Dinner

Presented by OneVet OneVoice, the Shero Awards Dinner will honor women in the community and the 6888 World War II Battalion, the only all-female, black unit to serve in the War. On February 28th, 2022, the US House of Representatives voted them to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. Your support is appreciated and your contribution will go towards the […]

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