San Francisco Peninsula People Power (SFPPP), a non-partisan, grassroots civil rights organization, was organized as a result of a nationwide event by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in March 2017 to encourage volunteers to help build and strengthen local communities in affirming our American values of respect, equality, and solidarity.   Our membership is located in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.

Our two primary interests are in immigrant rights, and voting rights and outreach. We also have members working on civil rights issues like criminal justice reform, and law enforcement surveillance.

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People Power activists are organizing in communities across America to ensure that our local law enforcement officials defend – not threaten – our friends, families, and neighbors. 

More about our immigration work

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People Power groups are standing up for the most fundamental democratic right – the right to vote – and working to expand access to the ballot and make our democracy more representative.

More about voter outreach

 

National Voter Registration Day

September 24, 2019

 

Celebrate democracy and our right to vote! REGISTER TO VOTE on this day of civic unity. San Francisco Peninsula People Power will be registering voters on Tuesday, September 24th, at the following locations:

Daly City Serramonte Main Library, 40 Wembley Drive, Daly City
San Bruno Library, 701 Angus Avenue W, San Bruno
Skyline College, 3300 College Drive, Bldg 5 Learning Center, San Bruno
South San Francisco Main Branch, 840 W Orange, South San Francisco
South San Francisco Grand Avenue Branch, 306 Walnut Street, South San Francisco