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Live 16-hour continuous live reading of full Mueller Report / Live-Streamed

Media contact: David Perry & Associates, Inc. (415) 676-7007 / 


WHO: Manny’s & Cary McClelland (author of Silicon City) present

WHAT/WHEN: Live 16-hour continuous live reading of full Mueller Report / Live-Streamed

Elected Officials, Activists, Authors & Community Leaders to Read #

# Detailed Schedule of Readers at the end of this release

WHERE Manny’s  / 3092 16th Street @ Valencia, San Francisco

WHEN Thursday, June 6: 7am – 11pm


WHY: The Mueller Report is one of the most important political documents of our time yet so few Americans have actually read it,” said Manny Yekutiel, founder and owner of Manny’s “Over 30% of members of the congress have declined to say if they’ve read it. It isn’t right. I’m proud to be working with Cary McClelland to organize this reading of the report to call attention to the important findings within.”

The entire 442-Page Mueller Report will be read in 30 minute segments by a broad cross section of Northern California politicians, community members and activists.

Manny’s is a people powered and community focused meeting and learning place in the heart of San Francisco that combines a restaurant, political bookshop, and civic events space. The goal of Manny’s is to create a central and affordable place to become a better informed and more involved citizen. We do this by offering our events space to nonprofits, activists, and civic organizations to spread their message and do their work as well as hosting our own civic and arts related programming. Our kitchen is run by the non-profit, Farming Hope, which hires formerly homeless and formerly incarcerated individuals and trains them in the food skills needed to work in the restaurant industry.

Manny’s opened on Election Night, 2018 where over 500 people came together to watch the results of that moment in our civic life together and since then the venue has hosted hundreds of gatherings. Manny’s is a community space and is proudly located in the Mission District – a historic hub of activism and progressive action. 


7:00-7:15         Manny Yekutiel – Owner of Manny’s

7:15-7:30        Cary McClelland – Author of Silicon City

7:30-7:45        Edward Wright – Aide to Supervisor Gordon Mar/Harvey Milk Democratic Club

7:45-8:15        David Campos – Chair of Democratic Party of San Francisco and Former Supervisor

8:15-8:30        Myrna Melgar – President of the Planning Commission

8:30-9:00        Susan Solomon – President of the United Educators of San Francisco 

9:00-9:30        Allison Arieff – Editorial Director of SPUR, New York Times Columnist

9:30-10:00      Hillary Ronen – San Francisco Supervisor

10:00-10:30    Dr. Hadar Aviram – Professor of Criminal Law at UC Hastings College of the Law

10:30-10:45    Jupiter Peraza – DACA recipient and Latinx activist

10:30-10:45    Jose Antonio Vargas – Pulitzer Prize Journalist and Undocumented Immigrant

10:30-11:00    Jose Antonio Vargas – Pulitzer Prize Journalist and Undocumented Immigrant

11:00-11:30    Karla Monterrosso – CEO of Code 2040

11:30-11:45    Gara Lamarche – President of the Democracy Alliance, Former CEO of Atlantic Philanthropies

11:45-12:00    Del Seymour – Activist, “Mayor” of the Tenderloin and CEO of Code Tenderloin


12:00-12:30    Christine Pelosi – Hamilton Elector, Daughter of Nancy Pelosi, Activist

12:30-1:00      Susan Pfeiffer – Swing Left

1:00-1:30        Norma Garcia – Director of Policy & Advocacy, Mission Economic Development Agency

1:30-1:45        Annalee Newitz – Writer, Editor-at-Large at Ars Technica

1:45-2:00        Jupiter Peraza – DACA recipient and Latinx activist/student

2:00-2:15        Broke-Ass Stuart – Journalist

2:15-2:30        Amy Farah Weiss – Activist 

2:30-2:45        Amanda Machado – Writer/Educator

2:45-3:00         Kate Conger – New York Times Columnist

3:00-3:15        Ann Stoner – Actor 

3:15-3:30        Rudy Gonzalez – Executive Director, SF Labor Council AFL-CIO

3:30-3:45        Dennis Herrera – San Francisco City Attorney

3:45-4:00        Kim-Mai Cutler – Journalist

4:00-4:30        Mark Leno – Former State Senator

4:30-5:00        Buffy Wicks – State Assembly Member


5:00-5:15        Scott Wiener – State Senator

5:15-5:30        Cleve Jones – Activist

5:30-6:00        Caleb Smith – Office of Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf

6:00-6:30        Dr. Carol Queen – Good Vibrations

6:30-7:00        Caille Millner – San Francisco Chronicle Columnist

7:00-7:15        Shamann Walton – San Francisco Supervisor 

7:15-7:30        Sarah Souza – President Latino Democratic Club

7:30-8:00        Peter Gallotta – San Francisco Democratic Central Committee

8:00-8:15        Stephen Bruce – Visual Artist, Former American Steel Studios

8:15-8:45        Evan Gelfand – Activist/Community Member

8:45-9:15        Rafael Mandelman – San Francisco Supervisor

9:15-9:30        Leif Dautch – Deputy Attorney General, State of California

9:30-9:45         Dave Eggers, Author, 826 Valencia, McSweeney’s

9:45-10:00      Lucia Obregon Matzer – Mission Community Activist, MEDA

10:00-10:30    Rachel Marshall – Deputy Public Defender, Alameda County

10:30-10:45    Manny Yekutiel – Owner of Manny’s

10:45-11:00    Cary McClelland – Author of Silicon City