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Posted on: May 14, 2020

SF Chronicle: Shaming the shamers: why San Franciscans need to stop finger-pointing

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This article courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle reveals how concern over Shelter in Place violators can veer into harassment of innocent people. Victims of this misguided shaming include our emergency child care workers and the children in their care. We are currently serving  more than 200 children of healthcare and essential city workers at 25 sites.  children Our staff is helping them with their school’s distance learning, playing games and getting them outside for activities. Please exercise kindness and understanding in these trying time. We will get through this together!  

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