Gabriela Delariva 
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Re: “Update: How Hasta Muerte Coffee Successfully Secured Its Building

Wow. What a mixed bag of comments. Having lived in the Mission from 12 to 24 years and having lived on Brookdale and School street through my 55th year I have seen gentrification. Yes, it takes time and it happens slowly. Hasta Muerte, I hope you are listening. Community, I hope you can get behind a shop that might have some values that, as young people, they might not be 100% aware of how to express. I feel the comments on the shop's hours and the prices and options, though. It's so hard to figure out just the what the 'right thing' to do is. That's all I know.

Posted by Gabriela Delariva on 07/19/2018 at 9:51 PM

Re: “Heidi Harrison: Author of The Four Seasons

Thank you. I can see your message. Sorry to hear Laurel will close. Cant make the reading but good share!

Posted by Gabriela Delariva on 07/10/2018 at 11:41 PM

Re: “The Healthful Corner Store Movement

I'm eager to visit the Hope Collectives store!

Posted by Gabriela Delariva on 02/16/2017 at 9:04 PM

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