March 13, 2018
Join the San Francisco Foundation on Wednesday, March 28, for "The Art of Resistance in the Bay Area," a conversation with four renowned Bay Area artists who have worked in various mediums across social justice movements. From the beat of the drum to the stroke of the brush to the power of the spoken word, art has been central to the Bay Area’s long history of activism. Read More.
March 9, 2018
Meet with South African officials to find out how your U.S. dollar can get more bang for the Rand as members of Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal meet with interested parties in New York, Houston, and Los Angeles. News of the business opportunities comes from Claude Pretorius, who made an informative and impressive presentation during the opening Business Development Day of the inaugural Essence Durban Festival November 2016, at which Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises, sponsored by Roland Washington, was a member of the historic CA Durban Trade Mission. Related South African Articles from W.E.: http://www.wrightnow.biz/apps/articles/web/articleid/82454/columnid//default.asp; http://www.wrightnow.biz/apps/articles/web/articleid/82510/columnid/2898/default.asp https://www.prlog.org/12606190-historic-ca-trade-mission-to-durban-south-africa-yields-durban-film-mart-call.html
KRON 4's Pam Moore "Hidden History" Black History Month Special, Gung Hay Fat Choy, Bayview YMCA "Primed & Prepped" & More
February 27, 2018
Black History Month to Making History... see the latest community news from Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight!
February 15, 2018
Read about Willie and Mary Ratcliff, editors of the San Francisco Bayview Newspaper. Having told millions of stories of the lives of everyday people, they have a story of their own. Read the article by Denise Sullivan from the San Francisco Examiner. Black History is in the making everyday, as you realize in reading a story about the truth-tellers, the Ratcliffs.
#MeToo "Staying Power" Says Ginsberg; On Dr. Oz Show Dr. Brenda Wade Says #MeToo Hurts Can Start in Childhood; Obama Portraits & More
February 13, 2018
From Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg to internationally recognized Bay Area based psychologist Dr. Brenda Wade to the Washington D.C. unveiling of the Obama Portraits at the Smithsonian to the Primed and Prep's Iron Chef and other communities, connect with Wright Enterprises "Community Spotlight!"
February 12, 2018
Yes, Valentine's Day is upon us... but this top 10 romantic inns list is a keeper...There are birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and escapes from stay-cations to consider. Thank you iLoveInns.com for this power ten romantic list. Article from prlog.org posted courtesy of Wright Enterprises! Check out Wright Enterprises home state favorite Horse Stamp Inn.
January 26, 2018
W.E. Community Spotlight highlights Food for Thought and The Palate for San Francisco Recovery Theatre. On Friday January 26, 2018 SF Recovery Theatre (SFRT) will present "A Trip Down Memory Lane", another edition of their ongoing "Night at the Black Hawk" series, chronicling the lives and times of the artist and residents that lived in the shadow of the famed Black Hawk jazz club. The lunchtime concert includes healthy food options provided by The Green Mobile Health Education Kitchen (GMHEK).
January 22, 2018
The San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women with President, Attorney Karen Gilbert and Immediate Past President and National Board Member, Dr. Maxine Hickman has a partnership with Covered California. As a courtesy, the latest news "Covered California Announces Continued Strong Enrollment and Reminds Consumers That Penalty Remains in Place Through 2018" is shared with Wright Enterprises.
MLK Day Miracles of Faith Celebrates Life of 96 Year-Old Economic & Diversity Activist Edith K. Hill
January 15, 2018
W.E. Enterprises Community Spotlight highlights Oakland Economic & Diversity Activist and 2018 News of the 100 Year Old San Francisco Who Died Fighting Eviction in the City By the Bay in 2017.
January 8, 2018
By continuing this annual poetry program, we honor eloquent poets of the past, such as Lee Williams, who joined the ancestors, January 1 last year, Arnold White, Joy Holland, Kamau Seitu, and many others who remain vivid in our memories. Our participants have ranged in age from 8 to 80, including published writers, award-winning authors and brand new poets reading their work in public for the first time. Music, dance and costumes have enhanced past performances as each participant shares her or his unique style. We also have poets performing in ensemble. You are invited to showcase your work.