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SF NAACP Gala Saturday November 2, 2019
November 1, 2019

News from San Francisco NAACP Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight~~~

SF NAACP via auth.ccsend.com 

Thu, Oct 31, 5:14 PM (18 hours ago)
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Stacey Abrams is Fighting for Your Right to Vote - the Joe Madison Show
Stacey Abrams is Fighting for Your Right to Vote - the Joe Madison Show
The foundation of America's wealth is slavery.... Joe Madison | The Black Eagle
The Foundation of America's Wealth is Slavery.... Joe Madison 
SF NAACP 2019 Freedom Fund Gala
Saturday, November 2, 2019
6:00-10:00 PM
Marriott Marquis Hotel ~ 780 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
For more information call: 415 922-0650 or 415 794-2207
TICKETS & TABLES
$150 (each - Community) $1500 Per Table of 10 (Community)
$300 (each - Corporate) $3000 Per Table of 10 (Corporate)
(thirdbaptistfoundationinc-sf - Fiduciary Agent for the 2019 SF NAACP Freedom Fund Gala)
SF NAACP | 1290 Fillmore Street, Ste. 109San Francisco, CA 94115

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