Amid Coronavirus Headlines, San Francisco NCBW to Host 15th Annual Golden Girls Tea With Assurances From The Historic Fairmont Hotel
With news of the global effort to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, the San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW), to ensure that proper health protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be followed, contacted the historic Fairmont Hotel and received assurances as they host the "Golden Girls 'Bridging the Generations' Hats and Gloves Tea."
SF Mayor London Breed Places Director of Department of Building Inspection on Immediate Leave & Asks Commission to Remove Him As Director
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KRON TV's Pam Moore and Contra Costa DA Diana Becton Headline Honors of the San Francisco National Coalition of 100 Black Women
“March is Women’s History Month” and The San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, among more than 60 affiliates nationwide, commemorates the month with its “Fifteenth Annual Golden Girls Hats and Gloves ‘Bridging the Generations’ Tea”: ‘Bridging the Generations’ March 14, 2019. The annual fundraiser benefits the organization’s role in advocacy, health, education and economic empowerment via programs such as the Doris Ward Workforce Development Program and “Sister-Nomic$.”