Get the latest details about the San Francisco Black Film Festival Including public service announcements. The sustainability and growth of the San Francisco Black Film Festival is important to the sustainability and growth of the City of San Francisco, from the collaboration with the National Coalition of 100 Black Women SF to train people around marketing, event planning, customer service and more to the outreach to Durban, South Africa and the San Diego based Roots and Vines Trading Company that is socially conscientious in its engagement of Black Female South African Vintners, to collaboration with the SF African American Chamber and its businesses to the outreach to hundreds of multicultural filmmakers every year, the San Francisco Black Film Festival gives people a reason to visit and a reason to leave their hearts in San Francisco.
Dear Community, I hope this finds you well. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office. While we are proud of all that we have accomplished in the last century, we are excited for opportunities to grow and to further develop the field of public defense. Below are some of the highlights of our recent work. Even as the County starts to open up from the pandemic, people continue to languish in jails and prisons, many awaiting trial well past their last date. We continue our fight for them. In Solidarity, Mano Raju
Mayor London N. Breed today unveiled her budget proposal for Fiscal Years (FY) 2021-2022 and 2022-2023. The budget proposal includes important new investments to support San Francisco’s economic recovery, continue the COVID-19 response, ensure public safety, provide behavioral health care, prevent homelessness and transition people into services and housing, create more housing, promote nonprofit sustainability and equity initiatives, and support children, youth and their families.
The San Francisco Black Film Festival XXIII, Continues the Legacy, Healing the World One Film at A Time," June 17-20, 2021. salutes official wine partner "Roots & Vines Trading Company, importer of South African wines by Black female Vintners.
Childbearing can have more than just a physical impact on women. The University of Maryland shares information to help women and those around them to overcome postpartum depression. This information sent from the desk of Tracey Fowler: email@example.com is posted courtesy of Wright Enterprises San Francisco~Dallas Community Spotlight.
In an open letter to the San Francisco Community condolences and resources are given for families impacted by homicide. "Some of you are mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins, and siblings and understand how unsettling it is to lose a loved one, especially to a violent crime. We understand that many are grieving because of the tragic loss of three human beings, who did not deserve this outcome for their final day. HOPE SF and the Housing Authority are grieving with you. " See the letter for details of available resources.
San Francisco, CA — Mayor London N. Breed today announced the City is awarding 28 music and entertainment venues in San Francisco with a total of $1 million in grants from its Music and Entertainment Venue Recovery Fund. Each of the venues will receive an award of $35,720 to prevent their permanent closure due to the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic
In the immediate aftermath of Mr. Floyd’s death and as the nation also grappled with the devastation of COVID-19 and its disproportionate impact on communities of color, the Urban League of Louisiana hosted a virtual town hall to elevate the conversation about police reform. Over 1,500 people tuned in to hear from thought leaders, policymakers, and advocates.
Mayor London N. Breed today announced that the City’s new emergency rental assistance program will begin accepting applications on Friday, May 28. The City’s program is designed to keep tenants in their homes by leveraging existing eviction protections and maximizing prospective rental assistance.