Confronting anti-Asian violence, hate crimes, and killings-by Anh Lę -1ST Published in The Marina Times
Fanley Chen is the owner of GoApple, a cell phone accessories store at 913 Grant Avenue in Chinatown. Many of the customers there speak Chinese, some of them are tourists. Due to the decrease in tourism during the pandemic, her store's business volume has decreased. But Chen is a hard worker, and her store is open seven days a week. She is able to stay afloat and hopes that more tourists will gradually return to Chinatown. Read more from Anh Lę.
Grammy-Nominated Maestro Ricardo Scales, Juan Escovedo, Lenny Williams, and More Headline Fundraiser @ Jones Memorial UMC to Fight Pediactric Cancer
The Friday July 23rd birthday bash for Jones United Methodist Church Assistant Pastor Minister Kenneth Watson is a party with a purpose to fight rare pediatric cancer. For Ticket Information Call: 415 305-1338 or 510 485 8550.
Mayor London N. Breed today nominated Jose Luis Lopez to the San Francisco Board of Appeals. The five-member commission reviews appeals involving permits, licenses, and other use entitlements, and serves as the last step in the City’s permit issuance process.
“Today San Franciscans come together to celebrate Juneteenth, the day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. For the first time, this monumental day has been recognized as a national holiday that will forever commemorate the lives and struggle of those who have come before us.
Get the latest details about the San Francisco Black Film Festival Including public service announcements. The sustainability and growth of the San Francisco Black Film Festival is important to the sustainability and growth of the City of San Francisco, from the collaboration with the National Coalition of 100 Black Women SF to train people around marketing, event planning, customer service and more to the outreach to Durban, South Africa and the San Diego based Roots and Vines Trading Company that is socially conscientious in its engagement of Black Female South African Vintners, to collaboration with the SF African American Chamber and its businesses to the outreach to hundreds of multicultural filmmakers every year, the San Francisco Black Film Festival gives people a reason to visit and a reason to leave their hearts in San Francisco.
Dear Community, I hope this finds you well. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office. While we are proud of all that we have accomplished in the last century, we are excited for opportunities to grow and to further develop the field of public defense. Below are some of the highlights of our recent work. Even as the County starts to open up from the pandemic, people continue to languish in jails and prisons, many awaiting trial well past their last date. We continue our fight for them. In Solidarity, Mano Raju