With films honoring veterans, the San Francisco Black Film Festival will screen its publicist Jackie Wright's film about the impact of the Vietnam War on families with a fifty year look that starts at the reburial of her war hero father and her mother at Arlington National Cemetery and concludes with a visit to Vietnam. Wright's short of 14 minutes, "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor" will anchor other military-themed films Father's Day at the Marines' Memorial Hotel.
Jackie Wright of W.E. Moderates San Francisco African American Entrepreneurs - Their Vision, Path & Journey-May 16th
You are invited to join the conversation at the historic Mariposa Yacht Club at 405 Terry A. Francois Blvd, named after the first Black person on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. History will surely be made surrounded by such important historic markers. Be a part of the conversation. Be a part of economic history in the making. Be a Part of the Vision as You find Your Path and Embark on Your Journey! We're Better Together! See you There!
SF Chronicle: "Go Home"...Not Exactly...Go See "Fresh Prince of Bel- Air's "Home" at LHT...SF Small Business Week & More
See the San Francisco Chronicle article about "Home," San Francisco Small Business Week, SoJourner Truth Luncheon, The San Francisco Black Film Festival and more!
A panel of African American Women who have been in business close to 20 years in the City and County of San Francisco, who have been "Leading the Charge," will share stories of success in contracting. This is a free entrepreneurship panel hosted by PG&E for SF Small Business Week. The event is Thursday, May 18th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight captures today's happenings in San Francisco from a community event to fight human trafficking to a women's empowerment conference, along with news of "Home" and the San Francisco Black Film Festival, June 15-18 and other community community news.
Special to Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight, Jacq Wilson of Advocates forJustice Youth Mentor Program, shares news of a webinar that gives parents, administrators and community leaders tools for discipline reform in schools.
The African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council encourages all people of conscience to stand with Supervisor Cohen for taking the right stand against "Big Tobacco!" Supervisor Malia Cohen, on Tuesday, April 18th, introduced a landmark tobacco control ordinance which will restrict the sale of all flavored tobacco products in the City of San Francisco. It's the first of its kind legislation. Cohen positions the City of San Francisco to take action that the FDA stepped away from, the banning of menthol flavored tobacco.
SF Bayview: US barred Dr. Narcisse Presidency; John Burris Sues Rapper; SF Black Film Festival, June 15-19 & More News
The Bay View urges you to join the Haiti Action Committee and the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund in welcoming Dr. Maryse Narcisse to Oakland on Sunday April 23rd at 3 p.m. John Burris files suit against rapper Young Jeezy for the 2014 killing of Eric Johnson: Attorney Adante Pointer of the Law Offices of John L. Burris filed and served a First Amended Complaint in Santa Clara County Superior Court specifically naming Jay Way Jenkins, aka Young Jeezy. On the lighter side, see Cultural Currants with news of the San Francisco Black Film Festival and more!
Community leader, Lynette White shares news of senior health services in San Francisco, April 29th.
Lou Gossett Jr., Mario Van Peebles, Mandela Van Peebles, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, and Mark Wolper represented his father the late David L. Wolper producer of the original groundbreaking TV Series "Roots" as The Oakland International Film Festival celebrated the 40th Anniversary of "Roots." Hollywood and local celebrities gathered to commemorate the artistic achievement of the series and to acknowledge the new legacies being created by independent filmmakers.