In the midst of Women's History Month U.S. Congresswoman will speak of her traumatic experience of surviving Jonestown. Another indication that Black History is not just Black. It is Black History, American History and World History. The Commonwealth program announced during Black History Month to occur in Women's History Month is just a small indication, according to Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises, that Black History cannot be compartmentalized into a month, even with all due thanks to and respect for Carter G. Woodson's intent to share information not included in most American history text books then and now.
Executive Director Dr. James McCray Commends Mayor London Breed & Supervisor Vallie Brown for Work With TCDC for $44 Million Rehab of Housing
Mayor London N. Breed, Supervisor Vallie Brown, and community leaders today celebrated the grand reopening of Westside Courts, one of the oldest public housing developments in San Francisco and the only public housing development that at the time of its construction was primarily reserved for African-American residents.
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Forget Jussie Smollett & Billionaire Kraft & R. Kelly, Too...Remember August Wilson & Lorraine Hansberry Theatre Tonight
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W.E...Heavy Hearts in San Francisco As Mayor London Breed Announces Death of Beloved Public Defender Jeff Adachi
"This news is heartbreaking and I, too, extend condolences and join Mayor Breed and all who respected and loved Jeff Adachi for the warrior and champion he was for equal justice under the law. He was truly a public servant and a man I hoped to see in the Office of San Francisco Mayor, one day. May God bless and keep his family and all affected by his untimely demise." Jackie Wright, President of Wright Enterprises.
George Moll, a White citizen of Houston, Tx was 19 years old when he served with Black Floridian, Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. in Vietnam. 50 yrs after Wright's death, Moll paid tribute. Mayor Turner Wednesday, February 20, 2019 honors that Arlington National Cemetery Tribute.
President Obama, Mayors London Breed & Libby Schaaf, John Legend and More in Oakland, Roy L. Clay Sr. To be Honored in San Jose
Black History Month making news in the moment as President Barack Obama, Mayors London Breed and Libby Schaaf, John Legend and more gather in Oakland and The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors honor Silicon Valley unsung hero, Roy L. Clay, Sr. See more in the latest edition of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight.
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET CELEBRATES WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH AND CHILDREN’S BOOK BY CHELSEA CLINTON FEATURING SF BALLET PRINCIPAL DANCER YUAN YUAN TAN
Celebrating Women’s History Month in March and the worldwide success of Chelsea Clinton’s new book She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History, San Francisco Ballet (SFB) hosts an intimate breakfast, book signing, and conversation with Chelsea Clinton on Saturday, March 2 at 9:30 am.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Mayor London N. Breed and City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced a settlement agreement with the owner of 1049 Market Street that will preserve 15 units of existing housing in mid-Market and make these homes permanently affordable.
How I Learned What I Learned by August Wilson Touring Production @ Lorraine Hansberry Theatre Valentine's Day - February 24th
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre (LHT), Marin Theatre Company (MTC), and Ubuntu Theater Project have partnered on the Bay Area Premiere of August Wilson's autobiographical and final play, How I Learned What I Learned. Steven Anthony Jones Former LHT Artistic Director stars as August Wilson in How I Learned What I Learned directed by Margo Hall.