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Mayor London N. Breed today announced the launch of a newly expanded jobs program to help San Franciscans find employment, support local businesses, and advance the City’s economic recovery. San Francisco’s JobsNOW! program, operated by the Human Services Agency (HSA), provides employment and training services to low-income residents and reimburses employers when they hire program participants for permanent positions. The program expansion will make it easier for participants to sign up and increases support for small businesses to reopen.
Joe Biden Endorsed by New Hampshire Union Leader Newspaper-Commentary by San Francisco Independent Writer By Anh Lę
The New Hampshire Union Leader, the largest circulation newspaper in New Hampshire, printed in its October 25th issue its endorsement of Vice President Joe Biden for President of the United States. This is the first time in 100 years that the New Hampshire Union Leader has endorsed a Democratic Party nominee for President.
Mayor London N. Breed today participated in the ceremonial groundbreaking of 131 affordable homes at Balboa Park Upper Yard (BPUY). The site is one of two new 100% affordable housing developments getting underway in District 11, and will feature a revamped Balboa Park BART station plaza as part of the total design. Once completed in 2023, the transit-oriented development will feature a number of community benefits, including a licensed early childhood education center with an outdoor activity area and family resource center.
ANTI-ASIAN DISCRIMINATION TOWN HALL IN SAN FRANCISCO LAUNCHES NEW CAMPAIGN TO UNITE COMMUNITIES AGAINST DISCRIMINATION
Mayor London N. Breed Tuesday announced the launch of the Stand Together campaign to denounce and combat discrimination in San Francisco. The campaign, organized by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission and community leaders, began Tuesday with a Town Hall about anti-Asian discrimination.
Pamoja was an inspiration during the challenging times at UGA and still is according to Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises. It all began with the vision of Pastor Nawanna Lewis Miller and others who understood the power of Black culture. Click the Headline for Details.
See details about the Sunday, October 18, 2020 Event, honoring the founder of Pamoja at the University of Georgia, Pastor Nawanna Lewis-Miller. Also, In a short video, Wright Enterprises' Jackie Wright shares her experience at UGA and why Pamoja was a lifeline for students. Wright began her matriculation at the University of Georgia a decade after Hamilton Holmes and Charlyne Hunter-Gault integrated the University of Georgia in 1961. Wright's educational trajectory was not similar to most students and the arts of Pamoja & sister organization, BTE (Black Theatrical Ensemble founded by Larry Calhoun) were an inspiration.