Members of San Francisco’s African American Chamber of Commerce met Wednesday with city administrators, and S.F. Travel officials on how to revitalize Black neighborhoods and businesses – in the wake of the chamber’s threat of [...]
It’s 8 a.m., and children romp on the playground outside of Starr King Elementary, a public school nestled on top of Potrero Hill in San Francisco.The morning scene of laughter and games is typical of [...]
By Allen Jones As a Black homosexual who has lived in The City since 1960, I have observed the blatant marginalization and disrespect of Blacks by City Hall that I now suspect has been going [...]
By Conway Jones Iranian-born restaurant owner and caterer Faz Poursohi has partnered with the Bayview YMCA’s Primed & Prepped to provide students with the skills and tools to overcome the barriers to their employment by [...]
By Jonathan Morales, SF State News The story of how Javon Johnson began writing poetry seems straight out of a sitcom or after-school special. “This girl in high school who I was attracted to was [...]
Interim CEO Dee Dee Brantley is leading The San Francisco Foundation in its mission as a “catalyst for change” in the San Francisco Bay Area, where it is making an impact with big ideas, innovative [...]
Students and others fighting to save San City College of San Francisco are going out into the community to find people who may want to take classes this fall.