Congratulations AfroSolo Founder and Executive Director, Thomas Simpson, as the 23rd season gets underway, October 19, 2017 with a Gala Reception slated for October 21st. Get the details here of special 20% Discount with code "Solo," courtesy of Wright Enterprises.
Posted on Indigenous People Day courtesy of Wright Enterprises. Did the documentary miss the mark? See what San Francisco writer Anh Lę has to say. The article has a foreword by Mrs. Ginger Shannon Young, who was made a widow with two children at the combat death of her pilot husband Lt. Kenneth A. Shannon, March 15, 1964. And Charles Blatcher, III , Chairman, National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations speaks on the subject of Blacks serving Disproportionately in the Service during the Vietnam Conflict.
San Francisco InterFaith Council ask members to help with the current heat wave in the City. The National Weather Service (NWS) is predicting elevated temperatures for San Francisco from Tuesday September 26 through Thursday September 28. Temperatures may reach the low to mid 90s during this time period.
San Francisco's Anh Lę wrote an op-ed about support of Kaepernick on September 10, 2017. It is more significant in purpose in light of The White House rant against the NFL and the rescind of the invitation to Stephen Curry. Wright Enterprises posts Lę's OpEd.
Posted September 21, 2017, Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) kicks off the Days of Awe, Anh Lę reacts to Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s PBS series “The Vietnam War.” He says the documentary gives America an opportunity to examine itself. Wright Enterprises reposts the Op-Ed that appeared in the San Francisco Bayview Newspaper. Thank you, SF Bayview!
Wright Enterprises' Jackie Wright asks San Francisco Bay Area community leaders to stand with Judge Clopton as what she is encountering is indicative of a larger attack on communities of color across the nation.
Miracles of Faith Community Church of East Oakland and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women of San Francisco Join Forces to help survivors of Hurricane Harvey with a campaign launched over Labor Day Weekend.
Join President Bill Clinton and Local and National Luminaries in celebration of Dr. and Mrs. Amos Brown for 40 Years of Service to San Francisco and the Bay Area. Whether attending the celebration or not, you can pay tribute with a financial contribution. Also get an on the Labor Day Weekend Launch of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women and Miracles of Faith Community Church's "Shoes for Survivors" in response to Hurricane Harvey.
San Francisco Community Leader Lynnette White shares news of NAACP Health Meeting at Providence Baptist Church, scheduled for September 24, 2017 at Providence Baptist Church, 1601 McKinnon Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124 at 4:00 p.m. during the regular scheduled NAACP Meeting. Please note the location is Providence Baptist Church, and not Third Baptist where the San Francisco NAACP is usually hosted on the last Sunday of the month.
You can make a difference and help save lives. See the news from Carol McGruder, Co-Chair of the African American Tobacco Leadership Council. People of Color, who are so disproportionately adversely affected by the marketing of Big Tobacco, here is an opportunity to get involved in the solution to save lives. Find out more in this article that gives you a direct link to apply.