KMEL, KBLX, KPFA, KPOO, Wanda Sabir Wanda's Picks-Oakland International Film Festival Hits the Airwaves
Oakland International Film Festival on KTVU, KMEL, KBLX, KPFA, KQED; A Day of Action in San Francisco; San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company; and more community news.
Martin Sheen asks for help to stop Trump. See his concerns.
Chase the Warriors, SF BATCO's "Death & The Artist, "Oakland Int'l Film Fest, Trip with SFNCBW & More
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"There is not another nation that has mass shootings, massacres, and acts of domestic terrorism which the United States has. The person arrested in the massacre in El Paso told police that he wanted to kill Hispanics. The manifesto he posted on social media blamed Hispanics and immigrants for "displacing Whites," an extremely dangerous narrative of White supremacist ideology. The killings of 22 people in El Paso are not just murders of our fellow Americans, but acts of domestic terrorism," says San Francisco Independent Journalist, ANH LÊ.
17th Oakland International Film Festival September 19-29 Check It Out & $12+ Million in Grants for San Francisco Arts Groups
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Save the Date for Community Celebration on September 12, 2019. News provided to Wright Enterprises by Community Activist Lynnette White, widow of the artist.
Mayor London N. Breed Tuesday, August 20, 2019 joined City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly to announce $12.9 million in general operating support grants to fund 220 arts organizations that enhance the City’s cultural vibrancy
MAYOR LONDON BREED'S STATEMENT ON SAN FRANCISCO’S LAWSUIT TO STOP TRUMP ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC CHARGE RULE
Earlier today, City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced that San Francisco and Santa Clara Counties are filing a lawsuit to stop the Trump administration from moving forward with a change to the so-called “public charge” rule, which would deny access to residency to immigrants if they receive federal assistance through various programs. Read more.
Mayor London N. Breed and Sheriff Vicki Hennessy today announced that the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department (SFSD) and the Department of Police Accountability (DPA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for DPA to provide the first-ever independent civilian oversight of SFSD.