Sent to Wright Enterprises Community Spolight Courtesy of Lisa Gray of Mills College
See the latest events and business news from the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Contra Costa County. Hear from President Evodio "Vo" Walle. News notices sent to Wright Enterprises as a courtesy.
March is Women's History Month. And the National Museum of African American History and Culture is putting a special focus on the stories of remarkable African American women who overcame the twin barriers of racism and sexism to make their mark on our nation's history. Read the details.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed Calls for Hearings on Black Unemployment & More
Breed's March Newsletter says the BOS President is calling for hearings and more. See the details.
We are looking for interns who are excited to learn about San Francisco city politics and make a difference in the community. Whether your in college, retired or in-between jobs our district has openings during our Monday through Friday office hours. If interested please send us an email with your resume and cover letter explaining why you’re interested in joining Supervisor Farrell’s office.
Co-Presented by the Asian American Women Artist Association (AAWAA) and Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC), Shifting Movements: Art Inspired by the Life and Activism of Yuri Kochiyama (1921-2014) is a multimedia exhibition illuminating the legacy of intersectional revolutionary activist Yuri Kochiyama through artworks that highlight the values and themes that guided her, and the incredibly diverse people, struggles, and movements that inspired her throughout a lifetime dedicated to fighting for a more humane and just world. This notice sent to Wright Enterprises courtesy of Larsen Associates features four African American artists.
The Tobacco Industry is the Number#1 Profiler of Black people. Each year 45,000 Black people die from tobacco related diseases; more than AIDS, Officer Involved Shootings, and other Homicides combined. For decades, tobacco companies have dumped their deadly products in our communities with impunity. Tell them how you feel about it!
News of 100 Year-Old San Franciscan Iris Canada's death this past Saturday hit the airwaves, Internet and papers...I received a call today, March 28, 2017, from a radio host and columnist giving me the news I was not prepared for...and I ask myself why not? What did I expect?
Oakland is the Only West Coast Destination for Part of Industry Initiative to Support City Tourism. Making a difference today, 175 travel professionals will donate their time and service in Oakland. Frances Wong of Visit Oakland shares news with Wright Enterprises.