Re: A PLAN TO END HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO

Tom Musselwhite (hac@efn.org)
Sat, 30 Oct 1999 23:19:15 -0700


I don't personally know who unclescam is.  However, so far as I am
concerned, my interest are served if you discuss your issues in public.
Do not threaten my life.  Homelessness does.  I will defend myself.


----- Original Message -----
From: unclescam <unclescam@buskers.org>
To: Coalition on Homelessness, SF <coh@sfo.com>; HPN <hpn@aspin.asu.edu>
Sent: Saturday, October 30, 1999 8:15 PM
Subject: Re: A PLAN TO END HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO


> tom      i have some thoughts on this plan.parsing perhaps the intent and
or
> contra indications in the desires vs ends. would it be appropriate to
(innuendo
> intended) attempt a discussion here of this plan, before one jumps into
the snake
> pit of presidential politics. we (the paranoid) realize the power of the
> industrial state to shape it's opposition. uncle
>
> "Coalition on Homelessness, SF" wrote:
>
> > A PLAN TO END HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO
> >
> > Compiled by Homeless and Poor People in San Francisco
> >
> > HOMELESS PEOPLE'S CONGRESS
> > October 27, 1999
> > Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco
> >
> > WE THE HOMELESS PEOPLE
> > ratify the following action plan to end homelessness on this
> > twenty-seventh of October, Nineteen Hundred and Ninety Nine.
> > Poverello Room, A Women's Place, Mission Rock, A Man's Place, The
> > Sanctuary Shelter, Lutheran Church, Hospitality House, United Nations
> > Plaza, Collingwood
> > Park, Cesar Chavez Street, Dolores Street Community Services, Golden
> > Gate Park, Washington Square Park, Haight Ashbury Youth Outreach, and
> > McMillan Drop-In Center.
> > Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco
> > 468 Turk St.
> > San Francisco, CA 94102
> > vox: (415) 346.3740
> > Fax: (415) 775.5639
> > coh@sfo.com
> > http://www.sfo.com/~coh