Campaign to take Rose Pak's name off subway

Hi Allen,

  Thank you for your message, and glad to hear you'd like to come talk to us about the subway naming fight at our meeting on September 14. If you'd like to get coffee or something sooner, I'm open to that too, and am copying our activist list in case anyone else would like to join us (feel free to invite other folks from your group as well). Sometime Saturday could work for me – we're pretty grassroots and don't have an office, but a cafe or something would be fine. When/where would be convenient for you?

Love & Liberty,

((( starchild )))

P.S. – It's just Starchild, no "Mr.". :slight_smile:

P.P.S. – I don't know how you may feel about this issue, but I was also just reading that there is some interest in the Chinese-American community around the issue of residents being able to own guns to enhance their safety against violent crime (see https://www.sfexaminer.com/news-columnists/sf-chinese-group-promotes-gun-ownership-after-community-crime-scare/). As strong supporters of the right to self defense, Libertarians are likely to have some synergy with anyone working to empower people in this respect. As you may have heard, the Board of Supervisors recently (and ludicrously, in the eyes of many) declared the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist organization (see e.g. https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2019/september/san-francisco-board-of-supervisors-declares-nra-a-domestic-terrorist-organization).

Hi Cathy and Allen,

  I haven't seen anything about this in the news lately, just wondering whether either of you have any news or updates about the fight to keep Rose Pak's name off the subway station.

Love & Liberty,

((( starchild )))
Chair, Libertarian Party of San Francisco
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