The Libertarian Party of San Francisco (http://www.LPSF.org) meets on the 2nd Saturday each month, from 3-5pm.
The community meeting rooms at the SF main library still aren’t reopened and our member who has been hosting in-person at his home is out of town this month, so our August meeting is online only. You can participate on video conference via Jitsi (a platform like Zoom), or call in by phone:
Video conference link:
PIN: 2600 0559 10#
This month we’ll be discussing Apple’s new iPhone surveillance, and looking at the SFPD report to the Police Commission on asset forfeiture, among other topics.
LPSF meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome to come be part of the discussion. However in order to vote on party business you must be registered to vote as a Libertarian if eligible (you can register at http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_vr.htm), and an LP member (you can join the party as a dues-paying member at http://lpsf.org/become-a-member).
Normally we meet in the 3rd floor meeting room at the SF main library at Larkin and Grove streets, with a freewheeling social afterward over dinner at Ananda Fuara vegetarian restaurant (a block away at the corner of Market and Larkin streets), but sadly both venues remain closed due to the government lockdown.
Nevertheless we persevere, and look forward to meeting you. You’re welcome to call or write if you have any questions. Live free!
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))