$25 million Philanthropic investment, the City of San Francisco & TogetherSF & SFUSD Provides Public School Students Free Summer Training
March 10, 2021
Backed by $25 million philanthropic investment, the City of San Francisco, community partner TogetherSF, and the San Francisco Unified School District will offer free in-person and virtual learning experiences for public school students across the City this summer. Get the details.
March 8, 2021
NOSACONN, New Orleans South Africa Connection, is commended for it's themes of women empowerment as Cebo Famakinwa writes about "Connecting Women in the Diaspora with the Motherland."
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY E-Crypto News Highlights Heroines...21 Blockchain Tech Leaders & More W.E. eNews
March 8, 2021
Happy International Women's Day! This greeting is to mean as well. We are all embedded in each other's lives. Men join in celebration of their mothers, if they have no other female relatives. Happy International Women's Day! Leading edge, E-Crypto News" highlighted twenty-one women worldwide in the Blockchain Movement on this International Women's Day!
March 7, 2021
The intersection between race and gender is the topic. Don't miss it!
March 5, 2021
News shared by Dr. Maxine Hickman, President of San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., and immedate past board member of Nation Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight~~
SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC DEFENDER MANO RAJU STANDS WITH BLACK NEWSPAPER EDITOR FIGHTING THE FOR-PROFIT PRISON CORPORATION GEO GROUP
March 5, 2021
SF Public Defender Mano Raju stands with Malik Washington: “We continue to witness GEO Group’s pattern of deceit and neglect in its response to the COVID pandemic. We must protect the health and dignity of the people living at 111 Taylor and invest in future reentry care that is community-based and focused on the needs of individuals, not the profits of GEO Group. I stand in solidarity with Malik Washington and for his rights as a member of the Black press to speak out and protect his community.”
March 3, 2021
Sydney Kamlager, Kamlager, 48, becomes one of two African Americans in the State Senate -- the other is Sen. Steven Bradford (D-Los Angeles) -- and the only Black women in that legislative body, replacing former Sen. Holly Mitchell. Mitchell resigned from the Senate last November after she won a seat on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors.
March 2, 2021
Sister Cities International is celebrating International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month by holding two dynamic women-focused programs in March. This information shared with W.E. by George G. Saxton Executive Director San Francisco - Ho Chi Minh City Sister City Committee and Board Member, Northern California Sister Cities International.