This Week In Civics

This Week in Civics: Entry-Level Politics, Orchids in the Park, Be Child-Free

Plus, queer Asian filmmakers experiment with archival footage to reimagine the way LGBTQIA+ people have historically been depicted in media.

This Week in Civics: Do The Work, Build After Dark, Laugh Through Cole Valley

Plus, get inspired (to question what you’ve done with your life) by listening to dynamite 19-year-olds share what they’ve done to change the world.

This Week in Civics: Travel to STEM Wonderland, Grow Your Own Food, Take a Walk

Plus, The Office of the Assessor-Recorder has a presentation to help people of color secure a fair home appraisal, a response to historic racial and ethnic housing discrimination.

This Week in Civics: Eat Summer Treats, Explore Sunday Streets and Make Sense of SCOTUS

Plus, celebrate the history of Glen Park’s Gum Tree Girls, shop an art bazaar and an insider’s view of the GOP.

This Week in Civics: See the World’s Libraries, Fireworks at the Wharf and the Meaning of Home

Plus, the future of abortion rights in California, Stop AAPI Hate and the postal service holds a career fair.

This Week in Civics: Visit Pilipinas Cultural District, Make Music, Protect Yourself

Plus, Pride Month is still here and queer with Trans March and HEAD WEST Marketplace in Hayes Valley.

This Week In Civics: Celebrate Juneteenth, Meet Matt Dorsey and Explore Queer Faith

Plus, drag yourself out to the St. Francis, find ‘Middle Ground’ and show your pride in Golden Gate Park.

This Week in Civics: Go Vote! Celebrate Queer History, Learn to Ride a Bike

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition will help your little one learn to ride a bike at Sunday Streets Excelsior.

This Week In Civics: Demand Gun Safety, Walk Across Town, Be SF Proud

Plus, once you’re done keeping your tiny human alive for the day, talk to other moms about how caretaking can be a revolutionary act.

This Week In Civics: Honor Lost Loved Ones, Hear From Revolutionaries, Take Care of Yourself

Plus, take advantage of SF’s Ferry Fridays, or the city’s easy access nature (accessible by MUNI!) for a guided hike on Mount Sutro.