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LONDON LEADS LENO, GO WARRIORS, SFBFF OPENING NIGHT SOLD OUT
June 13, 2018

Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Wright Enterprises-Community Spotlight
Wright Enterprises-Community Spotlight
 
Press Release

June 12, 2018

 
GO WARRIORS!?

WARRIORS GONE YA'LL
Champions Again and Always!
 
 
Warriors Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson highlighted in Art by Christian Wilson (cdidit@gmail.com)
 
San Francisco City Hall
Struggle for City Hall Continues
SAN FRANCISCO MAYORAL RACE 
WIND/WIN SHIFT 
WILL WEEKEND TREND CONTINUE?
District 5 Supervisor London Breed at 2015 San Francisco Black Film Festival Sold Out Opening of Charlie Walker's "America's Still the Place." Three years later, Now Mayoral Candidate Breed can attest to Walker's pronouncement as "America's Still the Place" for opportunity as she may make history as the first Black female Mayor of San Francisco. See You at this year's film festival London? With all the ballots to count, we will still probably not know if history will be made by June 14th. "Keep the Faith, London!"
San Francisco-It's a nail biter, a cliffhanger, it's a thrilla nowhere near Manilla, but the fight is still own days after the polls closed a week ago.  San Francisco Chronicle reported on Sunday London Breed now has the narrow lead over Mark Leno.  See for yourself-Latest Ranked Choice Voting Results By Clicking Here.  The counting continues.  Expect an update later this afternoon.  Keep on top of the count with the  San Francisco's Department of Elections
 
Community News...
20/20 Vision @SFBFF
 
SAN FRANCISCO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL XX OPENING NIGHT 
THURSDAY JUNE 14TH IS SOLD OUT
"THE BROKEN ROSE" IS A FAN FAVORITE!
Get Your Tickets Now--Don't Let It Sell Out Too!
"Bound" Directed by African Peres Owino
with African American Executive Producer
Isaiah Washington
Examines tension between Africans and African Americans
@SFBFF Special Event at The Commonwealth Club
Friday, June 15th 5:00 p.m.
Evening includes Wine & Bites! Check out new Black winery, Wachira Wines at https://www.wachirawines.com/
"Bound" a great conversation in advance of Michael Eric Dyson: America's Unfinished Race Conversation on Monday, June 18th at the Commonwealth Club. 

Also with "Bound" at the Commonwealth Club, in recognition of June as Black Music Month, special to @SFBFF from Sony Pictures Classic New York, "Miles Ahead" by Don Cheadle will be screened.
Juneteenth In San Francisco
Juneteenth in Los Angeles
MAKING A DIFFERENCE...SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN,INC.
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FOR YOUR CORPORATE COMMUNITY OUTREACH PLANS CONTACT JACKIE WRIGHT, 
Intern, Volunteer with Wright Enterprises---College Age or Elder & All Ages In between--looking for an opportunity to learn about media relations, public relations, event planning and more, contact Jackie Wright, jackiewright@wrightnow.biz---subject line: Intern/Volunteer!  
Work on projects like The San Francisco Chapter of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women's "Doris Ward Workforce Development & Employment Training Program,"  Goodwill Donate-athon, Oakland International Film Festival, NAMI Walks, San Francisco Black Film Festival & More Community Services events.
 
A member of the 
San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Doris Ward was remembered at the Delancey Street Foundation Theater Saturday, May 19, 2018. The first Black San Francisco Board of Supervisors President, who passed away in April, was a strong advocate for racial and economic justice. In January, The SF National Coalition of 100 Black Women's
workforce development employment and training Program was renamed in honor of Ward. Previously named "Building the Generations Workforce Development Employment and Training Program, It was created by member Jackie Wright in 2011. The first project under Ward's name will be the "Brand Ambassador" project with the San Francisco Black Film Festival, June 14-17.
Doris Ward Workforce Development & Employment Training Program seeking "Brand Ambassadors" for San Francisco Black Film Festival, June 14-17th.  A stipend is  available for training and work hours. Contact: jackiewright@wrightnow.biz---subject line: Brand Ambassador or call, 415 525 0410.  
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