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Ewan Barker Plummer

@ewan_sf

Commissioner, Activist, Organizer

San Francisco, California

Commissioner, San Francisco Youth Commission. Gen Z Activist & Organizer. He/him. 🏳️‍🌈

23 Posts

  1. Our unsafe streets are a youth issue.

    This reporting shows the severity of the safety issue facing people–especially kids–on our city streets. San Francisco is supposed to get to zero traffic deaths by 2024, yet less than a year out we are nowhere near this goal. In 2014 San Francisco committed to Vision Zero, aiming t
  2. We don't have to live like this. The combination of easy access to guns and racism makes this possible. Both issues need to be addressed to prevent these tragedies.
  3. Laura Ann Carleton, a small business owner in Cedar Glen, California, was murdered because she displayed a pride flag. She was an ally who lost her life showing solidarity. This is what happens when politicians use bigotry for personal gain.
  4. Just attended the GOP’s worst nightmare: a school-sanctioned drag performance celebrating the joy and culture of our queer community
  5. 1. x2 direct support to students 2. Public campaign for literacy changes 3. Living wage for teachers and paraprofessionals 4. Engage community for excellence at every school 5. Kid-focused roll out of new funds 6. Welcome families in the process @sfparents ’s
  6. My heart aches for this family and all those mourning this loss. The second highest cause of death for kids and youth in the US is road incidents. These deaths are preventable–with traffic safety policies and infrastructure we can save lives. We have a lot of work to do when it com
  7. It has been an honor to work alongside so many dedicated and passionate young people on the 2022-2023 Youth Commission. We recently held our Farewell Ceremony at City Hall. We recognized the individual and collective contributions of Commissioners and celebrated.
  8. This ruling sets an important precedent that local communities in California can expand voting rights as they see fit. It is a victory for local democracy.
  9. All aboard the Central Subway! 🚇🚃 This weekend the #CentralSubway is officially open for service, connecting Sunnydale to Chinatown and all the neighborhood in between.
  10. Two years ago today, my zoom school day was interrupted by the news that a violent mob, trying to overturn the results of a democratic election, had invaded the Capitol. No one could proceed as normal.
  11. It doesn’t have to be like this. Easy access to guns makes it like this.
  12. Slava Ukraini! 🇺🇦🇺🇸
  13. San Francisco Awarded $33.7 Million Grant to Fund New Adolescents Psychiatric Treatment Facilities

    Young San Franciscans were struggling with mental health before the pandemic, and since the issue has been exacerbated. It's great to see the San Francisco Department of Public Health receive a $33.7
  14. Had a great round table discussion on the Youth Commission’s mission, our recent work, and the challenges young people face in politics. Thank you SFGovTV for hosting!
  15. Wishing everyone celebrating a happy Hanukkah tonight! May this be a peaceful and joyous holiday season.
  16. Multiple seats are open for applicants for the Sugary Drinks Tax Advisory Committee, including one youth seat (under 19 years old). Applications are due January 23, 2023. Youth applicants can also reac
  17. On Tuesday the SFMTA Board of Directors voted to remove parking at all bus stops! Now riders will have easier access to public transit across our city. This is a victory for transit, disability, and yo
  18. We ask for nothing more than equal treatment under the law. Today saw a major step in that direction. With President Biden’s signature, the Respect for Marriage Act is now federal law. 🏳️‍🌈
  19. An important election you've never heard of is coming up!

    Every odd year the California Democratic Party holds elections (called "ADEMs") for delegates from every state assembly district. These delegates vote on endorsements, the official party platform, and
  20. House passes Respect for Marriage Act

    This is a monumental moment for our community and the country. It's thanks to decades of advocacy and activism that we are seeing this progress on the national level.

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