OMG! Going too far! They are going to paper the White House or DELIVER hundreds of thousands of rolls of toilet paper to the President for calling African Nations "___hole" countries. Enough with the name calling and sandbox kindergarten antics. Stop with the "tit for tat!" My goodness the INF Treaty ends August 2. We've got bigger concerns. All those thoughts came rushing through my mind as I read the California Black Chamber of Commerce headline "Toilet Paper Drive." As my face was flush with momentary disbelief and raised eyebrows, I clicked the link and it was a legitimate call to action to help nonprofits. One small step to make a difference. Relief followed by concern set in. How quickly I jumped to conclusions over a headline and in today's climate how easy would it be to for US or Russia, with the resume of hacking our sacred votes, to cause a nuclear strike with no INF Treaty intervention. Something to consider as we collect toilet paper.
The Bay View MUST publish a paper for Black August~~Today is the first day of August, Black August. Every year, the most popular Bay View is the Black August paper. What and why is Black August? "The month of August," Angela Davis-founded Critical Resistance writes, "bursts at the seams with histories of Black resistance. Read More.
News from Deb Watson, President of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. Get the "on the money" details!
MAYOR LONDON BREED AND SUPERVISOR AARON PESKIN INITIATE PLAN TO FULLY ELECTRIFY GROUND TRANSPORTATION IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed, along with Supervisor Aaron Peskin, today introduced legislation to expand the number of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in San Francisco parking facilities and unveiled a roadmap to achieve 100% emission-free transportation by 2040.
"The occupant of the White House lashing out at and condemning the four Congresswomen of color by using language which is racist and xenophobic further deeply divides our country and fans an extremist “whites only” ideology," says Anh Lê, a writer and independent journalist based in San Francisco.
View Films Screened at Tribute to Late SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi @ San Francisco Black Film Festival XXI
The San Francisco Black Film Festival, "Healing the World One Film At A Time," launched its 2019 program with a media briefing and tribute to the Late San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, "A Champion for the People" at Cinemark Century 9 & XD at San Francisco's Westfield Centre. The briefing included information about the 80 films of the festival and the screening of "Jeff Adachi Filmmaker & Friend of The San Francisco Black Film Festival" directed by Jackie Wright; "Disparity: A Tale of 2 PUSHAZ" directed by Justin Givens; and "Neko Wilson Social Bio Video" by Raj Jayadev. Click the headline to see the complete films and read news coverage of Actor, Activist, & Humanitarian Danny Glover, testifying on Juneteenth before Congress about reparations.
Mayor London N. Breed’s Charter Amendment to streamline the creation of 100% affordable and teacher housing would eliminate months of delay and millions of dollars in unnecessary costs resulting from that added process. Get the details!
“It is unconscionable that the Federal administration is targeting innocent immigrant families with secret raids that are designed to inflict as much fear and pain as possible. Here in San Francisco, we will always demonstrate our values of diversity and inclusiveness by being a sanctuary city that stands up for all our residents and neighbors. Read More.
MAYOR BREED ANNOUNCES UPDATE ON CITY’S AIR QUALITY AND EXTREME WEATHER EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
Mayor London N. Breed today announced an update to the City’s strategy for responding to poor air quality and other weather-related emergencies. San Francisco has updated its Emergency Plan, identified locations for public respite facilities, developed a mutual aid roster, and has developed an air quality emergency public information toolkit.
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