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Keeping Kids Alive and Free

In 2011, about 82 percent of San Francisco’s students graduated from high school. Ten percent dropped out. Break it down by ethnic group and the numbers change in uncomfortable ways. For example, just 62.3 percent of the city’s African-American students graduated, and nearly 20 percent dropped out. The numbers for Latino students are similar. Kids


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The Celebration of Alive & Free

Against the cacophony of domestic and international news about the recent Iran Nuclear weapons agreement; the financial "bailout" of Greece; NASA's unprecedented photos of the planet Pluto; the travels and speeches of Pope Francis; the continuing fight against ISIS; Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and other Republican and Democratic presidential contenders; the Confederate flag in Charleston,


Not For Sale

Not For Sale Street Soldiers Radio Sunday's at 8pm on 106.1 KMEL    Watch the first part of the Human Trafficking series on the Street Soldiers Radio Vimeo channel. Darian Eastmon, Alive & Free alumni and Venus Rodriquez of Not For Sale, an organization that protects people and communities around the world from human trafficking and modern-day slavery, discuss


Alive & Free Ends Violence: Cultivates 200 College Graduates

Everyone deserves a fair and equal chance at an education and a career of his or her dreams--but how do you stay focused on school when your classmates are pressuring you to sell and do drugs, carry a gun, or join a gang? Or when you step out into your community and all you see


Summer Intern Profile

Alive & Free E-Newsletter June 2015   Destiny Green Administrative and Social Media Intern MYEEP Student Intern  Alive & Free is excited to partner with Young Community Developers (YCD)  and the Mayor's Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) this summer as a work site host for one young person from Bay View's Hunter Point and the