September 20, 2019

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"Changemakers" Book Launch & Mural Celebration

Man standing in the Mission in front of mural

"Changemakers" Book Launch & Mural Celebration

4 p.m.  |  Thursday, Sept. 12
Ella Hill Hutch Community Center, 1050 McAllister Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

The citywide celebration and book launch of Changemakers: African American Leaders in San Francisco Who Made a Difference, an illustrated book of 95 biographies of civic leaders depicted on the exterior murals of the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center — will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original murals commissioned in 1999 by activist Leonard "Lefty" Gordon and former President of SF Board of Supervisors Wendy Nelder and funded by Mayor Brown's Neighborhood Beautification Fund. 

For More Information Contact:

Alicia Marshall
Program Assistant, Engage San Francisco Initiative
Program Assistant, Urban and Public Affairs Graduate Program
Leo T. McCarthy Center For Public Service and the Common Good
University of San Francisco
281 Masonic Ave., Room 103
San Francisco, CA 94118
415.422.5060

Join us at the Changemakers book launch September 12!

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