Our Voices, Our Stories SF is the literary reading series that is a partnership of The African American Art & Culture Complex, The San Francisco Library, and The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., San Francisco.
News to Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight courtesy of Riki Rafner, Public Relations Director Commonwealth Club: One of America’s foremost civil rights, religious and political figures Jesse Jackson will share his thoughts on the possibilities on how America can be inclusive. In conversation with retired Superior Court Judge LaDoris Cordell, Reverend Jackson will detail the country’s potential to find common ground across lines of race, culture, class, gender, and belief.
Community Activist Deloris McGee shares news from Community Living Campaign in San Francisco that includes voting resources, results of HIV study, breast cancer luncheon, new connector network, SF's Dignity Fund update and more.
Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight highlights political shenanigans in Georgia, response to the terrorist hate crime attack at the Pittsburgh Synagogue, the tragic Kentucky Kroger Grocery Store Shooting, and community news in San Francisco. Vote your conscience, Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
News from The San Francisco Bayview Newspaper: "We’re voting. Are you voting? If you haven’t already, today’s the day: Election Day. Revolution is in the air, and people are surging to the polls – with people like us in the lead."
Help community while having fun. The Trinity Foster Family Services shares information about upcoming events: NAACP GALA November 10th and The NCBW Day at the Races, December 1st. Get the details.
Mayor London Breed Vetoed SF Board of Supervisors Resolution on the California Bay Delta Plan Friday, November 2, 2018
For details read Mayor London Breed's statement issued Friday afternoon that gives reason for her veto. "It is deeply irresponsible for San Francisco to take a position that would jeopardize our water supply," said Mayor Breed.
Minority Leader Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and San Francisco Mayor London Breed Celebrate Revitalization of Affordable Housing Community
Mayor London N. Breed and Leader Nancy Pelosi today joined community leaders to celebrate the grand opening of 306 new units of affordable housing at the Alice Griffith Community, as part of the Mayor’s HOPE SF Initiative to renovate and rebuild San Francisco’s public housing.
Silicon Valley Black Chamber News of Google Camp, College Readiness, New Black Restaurant, KDOW Radio Show & More
Read the Silicon Valley Black Chamber of Commerce E-Newsletter for the latest of what is happening in the South Bay.
The San Francisco Foundation invites you to an evening with longtime leader in the field of asset-building Robert "Bob" Friedman as he guides us through his latest book, A Few Thousand Dollars: Sparking Prosperity for Everyone. Stockton Mayor Michael D. Tubbs will join Mr. Friedman in this conversation. As Stockton's youngest mayor and its first African-American mayor, Mayor Tubbs launched the nation's first city-led guaranteed income initiative, the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration.