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Tuesday 4/14: Black Lives Matter Action at SF City Hall
When: Tuesday April 14th 12pm to 2pm
Where: SF City Hall 1 Dr. Carlton B Goodlett
Coleman’s Executive Director, Neva Walker, will be speaking at this action to continue to draw attention the the Black Lives Matter movement and the extent to which Black communities in San Francisco have been neglected in terms of city policies and resources. The action is being organized by the Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community group, in collaboration with Black Lives Matter. The organizers are calling for the community to #SHUTDOWNCITYHALL to hold the City of San Francisco accountable for a consistent indifference towards issues of education, poverty, gentrification, police brutality and mass incarceration in black
Join us! For more information, visit the facebook event page here.
Wednesday 4/15: Support the Fast Food workers in their Fight for $15
Call for community applicants for the DCYF Oversight and Advisory Committee
The SF Department of Children, Youth, and their Families (DCFY) works to ensure that families with children are a prominent and valued segment of San Francisco's social fabric by supporting programs and activities in every San Francisco neighborhood. DCYF will allocate roughly $80 million annually between 2013 and 2016. There are five open seats on the Oversight and Advisory Committee:
Open Seat 1: available for a disconnected transitional-aged youth.
Open Seat 2: available for a parent or guardian of a child in K-8th grade.
Open Seat 3: available for a parent or guardian of a child 5 years or younger and enrolled in a publicly-subsidized or city-funded program.
Open Seat 4: available for a person with expertise/experience working in the field of children and youth services in low-income/underserved communities.
Open Seat 5: available for a person with a demonstrated commitment to improving access to and quality of services for children, youth, and families.
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In the news:
Community members demand justice for man fatally shot by police, SF Examiner 3/11/15
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