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(Roadmap To Peace)

Roadmap to Peace was born out of an urgent community call to action and change after six Latinx youth were killed over a five-week period in 2012 in the Mission District. In response to the shootings, the Mission Peace Collaborative, a longstanding community coalition, organized a community town hall. Attended by over 300 community members, the town hall concluded that existing systems, strategies, and policies were ineffective in addressing the needs of San Francisco’s most disconnected Latinx youth. They determined that a new, comprehensive, community-driven strategy was needed. Latinx organizations embarked on a two-year community planning process that included multiple town halls, working groups, and community report backs, resulting in a collective vision. In November 2013, that vision was identified as Roadmap to Peace (RTP).
RTP's vision articulates a plan for community-informed solutions that was restorative, focused on trauma and healing, and offered timely culturally responsive and coordinated holistic services for those most impacted by violence.
The vision of the Roadmap to Peace (RTP) is for all families to live in peaceful, safe and flourishing neighborhoods where youth can thrive and actively connect and contribute to their community. Its purpose is to develop a holistic and community-based approach to address the unmet needs of Latinx youth and their families in San Francisco.


(ReSET Justice Collaborative)

ReSET Justice Collaborative serves as an alternative to incarceration and delivers highly intensive services to justice involved youth who have had frequent and significant involvement in the justice system. Outcomes include lower recidivism rates, successful probation completion, and decreased violence involvement. Services include court advocacy, reentry planning, linkage to resources, life skills training and other workforce and education services.

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(Latino Task Force)

the SF Latino Task Force, acknowledge that we are on the unceded ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone who are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. As the indigenous stewards of this land and in accordance with their traditions, the Ramaytush Ohlone have never ceded, lost nor forgotten their responsibilities as the caretakers of this place, as well as for all peoples who reside in their traditional territory. As Guests, we recognize that we benefit from living and working on their traditional homeland. We wish to pay our respects by acknowledging the Ancestors, Elders and Relatives of the Ramaytush Community and by affirming their sovereign rights as First Peoples

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