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After Home of Black Residents Catches Fire Following Racist Attacks, ChangeSF Calls for Action
May 22, 2024

ChangeSF Call To Action Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Spotlight San Francisco ~ Dallas~~~

“It’s not a Black neighborhood no more — get out of here, you don’t belong here.”

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!! First he found a noose and now this is happening to the Williams family. His parents live there on Grove St. Somebody felt bold enough to do this in our city and in Fillmore? We need to come together quick!  

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Thank you in advance,

CHANGE SF, Support Team
(415) 907-9131
www.changesf.org
1508 Fillmore St., Ste. 303
San Francisco, CA 94115

Next steps:  Talk to D5 Supervisor Preston TODAY!

Next steps:  Talk to D5 Supervisor Preston TODAY! From the Ofice of  Anietie Ekanem  (https://anietieekanem.com/) contact: anietie4community@gmail.com

We are hosting a community meeting with Supervisor Dean Preston today, May 22 at 6pm PST via Zoom.
Please come and ask and demand next steps and accountability.
Please click below to RSVP:
In the article:
“Today, a horrific fire burned the Williams family home on Grove Street. This comes after weeks of racial terror and threats directed at this family,” Preston, who represents District 5, was on the scene following the fire, told KQED. “The cause of the fire is under investigation.”
Anietie

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