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USF to Recognize Malveaux for Working to Improve Foster Care Systems

By Arvin Temkar, USF News   Antoinette Malveaux ’81 has been named the 2016 University of San Francisco alumna of the year for her service to the university and her work to improve the foster [...]
Jason Bell, director of SF State's Project Rebound program, will head up a statewide effort to expand the program to seven additional California State University campuses, making it accessible to 70 percent of individuals monitored by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

$500,000 Grant Will Fund Project Rebound Programs at CSU Campuses

Courtesy of SFSU News   San Francisco State University will lead a statewide effort to expand college access for formerly incarcerated individuals, the University announced today.   Seven California State University campuses — Bakersfield, Fresno, [...]
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Grants Available for Summer Family Reading Celebrations

In partnership with the Hellman Foundation and the Thomas J. Long Foundation, the Richmond Community Foundation is offering grants for Summer Family Reading Celebrations that support the West Contra Costa Literacy Coalition’s comprehensive plan to [...]
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Bay Area Educators Speak in SF at National Conference on Race And Ethnicity

    Five Bay Area Educators are speaking t the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) Friday, June 3 at 8:30 a.m. in a workshop called “Innovations on Restorative Justice, Ethnic Studies, and Race-Conscious [...]