courtesy of Frankie2ubabe and SFCitizen and as noted, Tenderloin Housing Clinic employees have their fingers all over it, including the youtube channel and if they are doing it on company time, they are violating San Francisco City contract law
Part of the debate here focuses on exactly the same contracts that affect the same Tenderloin Housing Clinic. The THC employee is David Elliott Lewis who goes by ideaview on youtube.
It isn't just Chinatown non-profits that are entangled in the mayors race, but that some non profits are so heavily involved in politics now, who are directly benefiting from such politics, that all non profits should be required to publish a list of all employees and photos. As it stands now, it's perfectly reasonable for the general pubic to question if public money might be used for campaigning and the burdon of proof lies with the non-profits themselves to prove that no public money/time was used
Wednesday, August 10. 2011
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