Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises, posted Memorial Day 2020 Remembrance. The Wright Family, as did the nation and the world, lost valiant soldier U.S. Army Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. in a helicopter crash along with his fellow hero, PFC John Francis Shea on March 9, 1964 during the Vietnam War as Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara looked on safely from the shore of the Mekong River bank.
San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed today announced the creation of the Shared Spaces Program to support neighborhoods by providing additional public space to support local business activities
"How do we say, "Thank you for your service," to the homeless and hungry veterans who beg on the streets of our nation? While it is true that veterans do deserve our thanks, the phrase, "Thank you for your service," has, unfortunately, become a trite expression which is hypocritical," states Anh Lę, a San Francisco-based independent journalist. "
CELEBRATE MOMS PANDEMIC OR NOT... Mothers, whether near, far or in eternity are to be lauded. The matrix of moms has been celebrated since time immemorial.
"As long San Francisco continues making progress on reducing the spread of COVID-19, the City anticipates allowing some businesses to resume operations with storefront pickup as soon as Monday, May 18th. Retailers such as bookstores, florists, and music stores will be the first stores allowed to operate storefront pickup." Next steps announced on Thursday, May 7th. Click headline for details.
The Peabody Awards honor the most powerful, enlightening and invigorating stories in television, radio and digital media. Each year, Peabody Awards are bestowed upon a curated collection of 30 stories that capture society’s most important issues—known as the Peabody 30. Click headline for details.
Stop a dangerous bill in California's state capital: Assembly Bill 2261, authored by Socal Assemblyman Ed Chau would authorize the rampant use of facial recognition throughout California. Click headline for more information.
Rev. Dr. Frederick Douglas Haynes, III. Chair of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition’s Criminal Justice Project, is seeking to minimize the loss of life in prison where the incarcerated are existing in conditions where they cannot follow the protocol of physical distancing and are without hot and cold running water and are forced to survive in cells that are in many instances unsanitary. Read more!
This joint public health strategy proposed by the Rainbow PUSH Coalition1 and the National Medical Association 2 addresses COVID-19 concerns, and proposes viable, actionable steps that can be immediately implemented to reduce the possibility of irreparable harm due to COVID-19 on at-risk communities.