ANH LÊ CONGRATULATES THE BIDEN TICKET AND GIVES ADVICE.
"Presidential Candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden's selection of Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate is the winning ticket this November." ANH LÊ's Commentary posted courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight.
San Francisco Mayor Moves To Stop Profiting Off of Marginalized Incarcerated People: "Phone Calls From County Jails Now Free"
San Francisco saves jail inmates money with free phone calls and a reduction on commissary items: • Reading glasses were $8.00, and now cost $4.55, a reduction of 43% • Shoes were $30, and now cost $19, a reduction of 37% • Deodorant was $3.50, and now costs $2.20, a reduction of $37% • Refried beans were $3.00, and now cost $1.30, a reduction of 57% • Top Ramen was $1.08, and is now costs $.50, a difference of 54% • Tuna was $3.10 and is now costs $1.10, a difference of 65% • Sausage was $1.65 and is now costs $.75, a difference of 55% Read More
Correction: Kali O'Ray Dies of Degenerative Heart Condition~~ San Francisco Black Film Festival Grieves Death of Talented Festival Director
The early report that San Francisco Black Film Festival Director, Kali O'Ray died as a result of "COVID-19" is incorrect. He tested negative for the disease. The talented and passionate festival director died of a degenerative heart condition on Friday August 7, 2020.
"The U.S.' dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki 75 years ago, which killed more than 220,000 Japanese civilians and caused suffering for thousands more with cancer and radiation related illnesses, were immoral acts and war crimes and the basest of man's inhumanity to man." Read Anh Lê's commentary.
Black Lives Matter Via "Riot!" 1906 Atlanta Race Riots on San Francisco Black Film Festival's "Live Talk @SFBFF
Not the unrest following the death of George Floyd, but the turn of the century deadly rampages will be examined in the light of today's headlines as excerpts from Micah Penn's "Riot! 1906 Atlanta" Race Riots will be read in Atlanta and San Francisco during The August 8th Live Talk @SFBFF program
Amid the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, the multicultural San Francisco Black Film Festival is screening films from around the world virtually at www.sfbff.org with live events from Atlanta, Georgia to Durban South Africa, now through August 30, 2020. Read more!