The people of Minneapolis, and the state of Minnesota, and Americans across this nation and people around the world have now witnessed the murder of George Floyd right before our eyes. Justice demands accountability.
These are U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran Mack Wilson's sons. in the wake of COVID-19, twin attorneys Jacque Wilson and Jacq Wilson are advocating for the release of their brothers Lance Wilson and Neko Wilson from prison due to their underlying health issues.
Please join our Unity Team of the Human Rights Commission, the Bayview YMCA, Department of Public Health and The Rafiki Wellness Team in Thoughtful Thursdays, a Series of Self-Care Conversations @ Thursdays in May and June from 5 pm - 6 pm.
TODAY: Reminder--> Lonnie Bunch III joins Congresswoman Barbara Lee and the Hon. Elihu Harris | 7 pm Thurs, May 28
Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight. The Registry bayarea.com notice sent to W.E. via George Saxton Executive Director of San Francisco Ho Chi Minh Sister City Committee
Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises, posted Memorial Day 2020 Remembrance. The Wright Family, as did the nation and the world, lost valiant soldier U.S. Army Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. in a helicopter crash along with his fellow hero, PFC John Francis Shea on March 9, 1964 during the Vietnam War as Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara looked on safely from the shore of the Mekong River bank.
San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed today announced the creation of the Shared Spaces Program to support neighborhoods by providing additional public space to support local business activities
"How do we say, "Thank you for your service," to the homeless and hungry veterans who beg on the streets of our nation? While it is true that veterans do deserve our thanks, the phrase, "Thank you for your service," has, unfortunately, become a trite expression which is hypocritical," states Anh Lê, a San Francisco-based independent journalist. "
CELEBRATE MOMS PANDEMIC OR NOT... Mothers, whether near, far or in eternity are to be lauded. The matrix of moms has been celebrated since time immemorial.
"As long San Francisco continues making progress on reducing the spread of COVID-19, the City anticipates allowing some businesses to resume operations with storefront pickup as soon as Monday, May 18th. Retailers such as bookstores, florists, and music stores will be the first stores allowed to operate storefront pickup." Next steps announced on Thursday, May 7th. Click headline for details.