Sacramento Jazz Artist & Activist Suzanne Brooks Nominates Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprses for Community Award
Jazz Musician, Poet, Writer and Creator and Founder of Women's World Culture has nominated founder of Wright Enterprises and San Francisco activist Jackie Wright to be the recipient of a San Francisco Community Service Award.Brooks nominated Wright for her outstanding community service in the Bay Area that has spanned nearly three decades. Her work includes international ties working with the Kunene Foundation and the Malibongwe Senior Center in Durban, South Africa.
Special to Wright Enterprises, Chairman of the National Coalition of Black Veterans Organizations, Charles Blatcher, III, reports the collaboration that has occurred between two great Black veterans organizations. Blatcher shares the vision of the two organizations that will be more closely working together.
Originally posted, Saturday, June 17th, this notice about Sankofa...Connecting the Dots at SPUR one of several venues of the San Francisco Black Film Festival includes a trailer highlighting the November 2016 CA Trade Mission to Durban, South Africa during the inaugural Durban/Essence International Festival. The City of Durban and Essence Magazine hosted visitors from around the world. The post also notes other films and community events.
Golden State Warriors Invited as Danny Glover's "93 Days" Opens San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX
Amid the excitement of the opening of Actor & Humanitarian Danny Glover's "93 Days," a Nollywood produced film, the Golden State Warriors are invited to attend San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX, June 15-18 with films from around the world to entertain, educate, enlighten and engage. Wright Enterprises' Jackie Wright, a first time filmmaker has a film co-directed with Jack LiVolsi in the festival, "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor," that screens at the Marines Memorial Hotel, Sunday, June 18th during a "Tribute to Veterans & Fathers," 3:45 p.m. The screening to include other films, begins at 2:00 p.m. Marines Memorial Hotel is located at 609 Sutter Street in San Francisco. See all the great films of San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX, including a free community program at the DeYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park, Tonight, June 16, 2017.
Following the successful Wednesday June 14 packed standing room only Media Briefing & VIP Reception at the San Francisco Veterans Building, Opening Night for San Francisco Film Festival XIX is ďAn Intimate Night with Danny Glover, synchronizing with the spirit and theme of the festivalís multicultural mission to create a platform for emerging filmmakers to engage established artists.
Congratulations Warriors! You Told the Cavs "Not Today!" Now Take Your Seat With Danny Glover @ San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX!
Posted originally on Jun 12, 2017, it seems the Wright Enterprises e-news about the Warriors' Invitation to the San Francisco Black Film Festival on Opening Night With Danny Glover was enough to launch their victory. Congratulations to all the Warriors from the Team to the Front Office to the behind the scenes staff that help them keep it moving! So folks, we can thank Danny Glover and his new film "93 Days" for inspiring the Warriors to Win It Again!
See the latest from the San Francisco Black Film Festival at it is "Red Carpet Ready" with Danny Glover and a host of emerging filmmakers as the festivals various venues give you a "Tour of San Francisco!"
Check it out! SF Black Film Festival XIX at various venues in San Francisco, giving you "A Tour of San Francisco," shares some facts about the overall festival and public service announcements for you to share on social media. Join the fun in San Francisco @SFBFF.
W.E. Community Spotlight highlights San Francisco writer's Op/Ed; Memorial Day Tributes including the work of Ray and Pia Bows as the Daytona Tribune focuses on the Bows' Military Books; Upcoming San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX's Memorial Day Tribute on Father's Day and a "Gone too Soon" Farewell to Civil Rights Activist and Artist Mary L. Booker.