April 13, 2020
This new effort in San Francsco includes providing food for people who are currently in quarantine or isolation, and providing information about food resources to people who are otherwise food insecure.
April 1, 2020
Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight~~~ Speakout Ed Talks Webinar Series: "Through collective learning, explore tools, writing prompts, modules, and art practices drawn from Non-violent Communication by Meenadchi, Do Less by Kate Northrup, and groups like The Nap Ministry." Get the details.
April 1, 2020
With honors by Mayor London Breed presented to Ms. Verlie Mae Perkins, Cathy Davis, Executive Director of the Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center, carried on the spirit of the event as festival friends stopped by for the take out festival feast. San Francisco independent writer, ANH LÊ, who has worked with the African American and Vietnamese communities in the Bay Area for years, takes note of the change. Read more!
March 27, 2020
CA-San Francisco today announced a plan to create more social distance at the City's shelters and Navigation Centers by opening a new shelter at Moscone Center West. The new facility at Moscone West will open next week and will operate throughout the duration of the public health emergency, which Mayor London N. Breed declared on February 25th.
March 25, 2020
Mayor London N. Breed, Director of Health Dr. Grant Colfax, Dr. David Klein, President and CEO of Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and Chair of the San Francisco Section-Hospital Council Northern & Central California, and Mark R. Laret, President and Chief Executive Officer of UCSF Health, joined with all San Francisco hospitals to present their unified COVID-19 surge plan and call for more federal and state support.
March 24, 2020
Check out message from California Black Chamber of Commerce CEO/President Jay King and resources to rebound from the Coronavirus Pandemic.
March 23, 2020
Mayor London N. Breed today announced an Arts Relief Program to invest directly in working artists and arts and cultural organizations financially impacted by COVID-19. The investment is a combination of funding strategies designed to help the arts and culture community through grants and low-interest loans to organizations and working artists most impacted by this crisis. The Arts Relief Program will be funded by an initial $2.5 million from the City.
San Francisco NCBW's Golden Girls Hats & Gloves Tea Postponed Due to SF Mayor London Breeds New Directive
March 13, 2020
Mayor London Breed gave a directive reaching the leadership of San Francisco National Coalition of 100 Black Women between 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. Friday as they were setting up. The Mayor is limiting public gatherings to 100 people.
Amid Coronavirus Headlines, San Francisco NCBW to Host 15th Annual Golden Girls Tea With Assurances From The Historic Fairmont Hotel
March 10, 2020
With news of the global effort to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, the San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW), to ensure that proper health protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be followed, contacted the historic Fairmont Hotel and received assurances as they host the "Golden Girls 'Bridging the Generations' Hats and Gloves Tea."