News Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises from The Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco~~As MoAD opens the first museum showing and first west coast exhibition of the paintings of Asmara-born artist Ficre Ghebreyesus, enjoy a conversation with American Poet Elizabeth Alexander about her late husband’s work and extraordinary life on September 19th! The conversation with Dr. Jennifer DeVere Brody, moderated by Dr. Harry Elam Jr., will illuminate the cultural forces that shaped Ghebreyesus.
San Francisco writer Anh Lę gives his thoughts on Senator John McCain and his role as an American Hero. Senator McCain is laid to rest, Sunday, September 2, 2018 at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Check out the agenda for this 2018 empowering symposium August 23rd through August 26th culminating with a youth summit.
Get the latest information from the Telecom Council. Find out what you missed and what's coming up! Get your calendar ready.
Remembering Aretha, Barack Obama & The World, Crazy Rich Asians #1 Box Office Film & Other Entertainment News
The iconic presence of Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin is acknowledged by fans from around the world. From her elegant presence at the Obama White House to the jails of Detroit, Aretha Franklin made a striking clarion sound that the world will long note. From President Obama in the United States to South Africa to front page headlines from around the world, love for Queen Aretha pours forth with much rhyme and reason and will not missed a beat. Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight Aretha Franklin Tribute and other news was originally posted Friday, August 17, 2018.
Office of Malia Cohen, President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors: Free Health Check Ups & Films That Raise Awareness
Movie Nights: Films That Raise Awareness About Sexual Assault and Prevention, Wednesday, August 22nd, 6 pm, Fourth Wednesday of every month, 3543 18th St., San Francisco & Free Health Checkups for District 10 Residents, Saturday, August 25th, 10 am - 4 pm, 4936 Third St, San Francisco, CA 94188. Get the details here.
25,000 Meals Needed! More than 1,000 volunteers expected 9/11/2018 at Pier 35 between Bay Street and North Point Street in San Francisco. Find out more and give a helping hand.
The Bay Area and the Nation mourns the loss of former U.S. Congressman Ron Dellums, who has died. T.R. Goldman of the Washington Post said of Dellums: "Ronald V. Dellums, who entered the U.S. House of Representatives in 1971 as a fiery anti-war activist from Berkeley and grew over 14 terms into a deft and respected legislator, becoming the first African-American to chair the Armed Services Committee and helping win the fight to impose economic sanctions on apartheid South Africa, died July 30. He was 82." Oakland Civil Rights Attorney and soon to announce Oakland mayoral candidate, Pamela Price gives a personal perspective for Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight.
It's the 3rd Annual Conference at Impact Hub Oakland — a community of change that supports professional and personal growth. Servant Leader Tina Brown creates opportunities for women to be empowered and inspired to make their economic dreams a reality. Read all about it.
Wright Enterprises joins with San Francisco Interfaith Council in prayer for families and firefighters affected by the Northern California wild fires. Throughout San Francisco, the San Francisco Interfaith Council encourage houses of worship to extend an invitation to make an offering to support the critical and time sensitive on-the-ground aid work being undertaken. Congregations and individuals wishing to make online donations to the agency of their choice, are directed to the "Humanitarian Aid" link on the SFIC website. See the article.