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SF Producer Phyllis Bowie Calls Attention to San Francisco Reparations Report
March 10, 2023


Ms. Phyllis Bowie
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On Tuesday March 14th at 12 noon there will be a Reparations Rally on the steps of SF City Hall and at 2pm there will be a special Board of Supervisors Hearing in room 250 to hear public comments for the Board of Supervisors to accept the passing of the Draft Reparations Plan with 111 recommendations. After 2 years of hard work by the San Francisco African American Reparations Task Force committee this Draft Reparations Plan was created and submitted. At this hearing there will be public comments. We are pleading with our community supporters far and wide to join us on March 14th in person, virtual or via phone to voice your support for Board of Supervisors to accept the Draft Reparations Plan and to commit to making it a San Francisco law by Ordinance or Executive Order. The small traumatized San Francisco Black community(3% population) can not succeed alone we need all your help to show up in support.
WHAT: San Francisco Board of Supervisors Special Hearing for public comments to accept or reject the Draft Reparations Plan
WHEN: March 14th Tuesday 12 noon rally and 2pm Board of Supervisors hearing
WHERE:  San Francisco City Hall 
1 Dr. Carlton B Goodlett Place, Steps of City Hall Rally 12 noon - Room 250 for 2pm Special Hearing
PHONE CALL-IN: for public comments at 2pm 415-655-0001 
meeting id: 2481 498 4135##
PUBLIC COMMENT SUGGESTION: I support the reparations for San Francisco African Americans. I ask the supervisors to accept the Draft Reparations Plan and commit to making the 111 recommendations in the Plan to be made law by Ordinance or Executive Order by the Mayor.
EMAILS: email each supervisor and the mayor with the above suggested public comment in support of the Reparations Plan:

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