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"I am OMI" - Participate

The "I am OMI" project was a result of the help and cooperation of many OMI groups, individuals, and foundations. We would like to thank the following organzations and individuals for their help and hard work to make "I am OMI" a reality:

Arts Connection, California Audio Arts, California Council for the Humanities, City College of San Francisco, Cultural Participation Project, Ingleside Branch Library, Ingleside Presbyterian Church, KPFA 94.1, Merchants on Ocean, Ocean View Recreation Center Safe Haven, OMI Beacon Center, OMI Business League, OMI Neighbors in Action, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and their Families, San Francisco Foundation, Southwestern Neighborhood Improvement Group (SNIG), Voice of Pentecost.

Sarah Ashcroft, Vini Beachem, Jacques Campos, Dennis Calloway, Ella Driscoll, Gina Fromer, Maude Furlough, Greg Gaar, David Gallagher, Norita Gonzalez-Blum, Reverend Roland Gordon, John Gross, Al and Mary Harris, Amanda Herman, Marilyn and Robert Katzman, Deborah Lattimore, Lonnie Lawson, Ray Miller, Florentina Mocanu-Schendel, Agnes Morton, Kathryn Nasstrom, Jan Nunes, Maria Picar, Patti Poole, Margaret Rea, Will Reno, Jason M. Rogers, Nicole Sawaya, Joel Schechter, Dorothy Randall Tsuruta, Royce Vaughn, Peter Vaernet, Dan Weaver, Geol Weirs, Margie Whitnah, Tori Wilson and Arnold Woods.

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This project is made possible by a grant from the CALIFORNIA COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES with generous support from the San Francisco Foundation, as part of the Council's statewide California Stories Initiative. The COUNCIL is an independent non-profit organization and a state affiliate of the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES. For more information on the Council and the California Stories Initiative, visit www.californiastories.org.

Page launched 26 May 2003; updated 30 June 2005.

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